Hazen High School will hold its annual College Fair in the gym 10–11 a.m. Friday.
Renton School District will hold registration for fall entrance to kindergarten May 5 – 15.
Three Renton High School students and one Lindbergh High School student have qualified to compete in the FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) National Leadership Conference in Atlanta June 23–30.
The Rotary Club of Renton has recognized three high school students as its May Youth of the Month.
Hip Hop I, for ages 5-10 and Hip Hop II, for ages 8-10, will perform with other Renton Community Center dancers May 17 at Hazen High School. For information about the classes or other Community Center classes, call Jennifer Spencer at 425-430-6711, or the front desk at 425-430-6700.
Tickets are on sale for the annual RAYS (Renton Youth and Family Services) “Signature Showcase” Dinner and Auction May 31 at Renton Technical College.
King County property owners/taxpayers are reminded that real estate and personal property taxes for the first half of 2008 must be paid or postmarked by today (Wednesday) at the latest.
Several miles of the Valley Freeway will turn HOT on Saturday.
Crews finally got the dry weather they needed last weekend to finish the second white stripe that will separate the HOT lanes from the general purpose lanes.
King County Fire District 20 (Skyway/West Hill) has completed its first Community Emergency Response Team Academy.
Seniors and their families can learn about housing options at Senior Housing Fair at the Renton Senior Activity Center, 211 Burnett Ave. N., 10 a.m. to noon, Tuesday, May 13.
To register teams for the Renton Relay for Life, go to www.rentonrelay.org or call Jacqui Judd, 253-486-4615, or Nancy Knowles, 425-564-9835.
A 39-year-old Seattle man shot in the back during a robbery attempt in east Renton Monday night is expected to recover, after undergoing surgery for life-threatening injuries.
It was a free foxtrot lesson at the Seattle Center that got Elijah Clayton into ballroom dancing.
The Internal Revenue Services will open several Taxpayer Assistance offices in the state this Saturday to help people file a tax return in order to receive their income-tax rebate.
Beth Compton didn’t celebrate her 25th birthday by going bowling or clubbing, or even out to eat. Instead, she and about 14 friends cleared blackberry bushes and ivy from Cavanaugh Pond Natural Area, which is just off the Cedar River Trail and Renton-Maple Valley Highway.
In an election that cost about $50,000, Bob Vos of Auburn was re-elected March 18 to the Board of Supervisors of the King Conservation District.
Two top city administrators have new titles, part of the city’s efforts to combine short- and long-range planning under one boss and all planning employees in one spot.
About 150 wheelchair athletes will come to Renton this weekend for the National Wheelchair Basketball Association varsity championships, hosted by Northwest Adaptive Sports, the Seattle Sonics and local Kiwanis clubs.