The Renton Municipal Arts Commission has presented the prestigious Bravo Award to Barbara Nilson in recognition of her efforts to make the arts and culture a vital part of the Renton Community.
With the closure of the Operational Emergency Center in Skyway over the summer and recent economic struggles, King County Fire District 20 is doing its part by conducting a holiday food drive for families in need.
The fourth annual Master Builder Care Foundation’s “Painting A Better Tomorrow” event helped put a fresh face on nine shelters that help the homeless and others in need in King and Pierce counties, including Vision House in the Renton Highlands.
The City of Renton is making it even easier to obtain various building permits due to a new online service. Now available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, the online building permitting gives building professionals and Renton residents self-service, online access to permit information and services.
The free community calendar is published Wednesdays and Saturdays on a space-available basis, and includes free and nonprofit local events and groups. Submit items at least a week in advance of publication dates to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Sammamish man, who briefly went into convulsions, was detained Nov. 2 as he walked from Fry’s Electronics, 800 Garden Ave. N., in an attempt to shoplift some electronic gear, according to Renton Police.