• Recipients of this year’s Lindbergh High School Memorial Scholarships have been selected. Academic scholarships went to Mercy Hoang Nguyen, $1,250; Dalia Amin, $1,000 and Matthew Lemke, $750. Kelsey Cobb also received a Technical Scholarship for $1,000. More than 20 applications were received for this year’s scholarships. Semi-finalists were interviewed by a group of community members whose input was used to select the recipients.
St. Vincent de Paul is suggesting some ways to use the tax rebates arriving in the mail, all of which would help a worldwide organization that has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Sierra Leone’s civil war officially ended in 2002. But Ishmail Daramy of Renton knows his African country still suffers.
Sue Tiffany needed some help maintaining the yard of her good friend, Avalee Graves, who was in failing health.
Kent and Renton firefighters spent nearly two hours at a large-scale decontamination drill Thursday to help prepare for a potential hazardous materials spill or the release of a poisonous gas by a terrorist group that could injure or kill residents.
Art and autos will combine July 6 at the Return to Renton Annual Car Show, lining the streets downtown and including an art gallery sponsored by Arts Unlimited.
The driver of a 2002 Acura that crashed into an apartment complex on Talbot Road South in December, resulting in the death a passenger, has been charged with vehicular homicide.
The discovery of a human jawbone in the Renton Highlands last Thursday may go down as an historical mystery.
The mood is merry inside the wood-paneled club house. People sing along to folk songs the man in the corner strums on his guitar. A young girl dances. An assortment of appetizers and cakes sit nearby.
Renton School Board honored Lindbergh High School’s 12 Outstanding Seniors at a meeting Wednesday.
A human jaw bone was uncovered Tuesday at a residential construction site at 2211 Edmonds Ave. N.E., according to the Renton Police Department.
This weekend’s heat has brought the seasonal calls for safe use of the region’s rivers and the City of Renton’s swimming pools and beaches.
Renton Salvation Army is hosting its annual Need Knows No Season Benefit Dinner at the Spirit of Washington Event Center June 26 at 6 p.m. Tickets are not yet for sale.
Hearing Examiner Fred Kaufman recently approved — with basic conditions — the plans for a downtown apartment and retail building that would take up five downtown lots anchored by Jet City Espresso, at the southwest corner of South Second Street and Main Avenue South.
Supporters of the Renton School District’s $150 million construction bond measure are putting on a final push this weekend to get voters to mail in their ballots.
It’s not every second grader who can comfortably throw around words like thou, thee and doth. But the students in Harvey Sadis’ Cascade Elementary class aren’t any second graders.
Eleven Renton School District teachers were honored recently at the Excellence in Education Ahead of the Class awards ceremony.