Police investigating shooting threats written on bathroom mirror at Todd Beamer High School

Federal Way police ramped up security on campus on Monday, and will continue to do so on Tuesday as well.

Federal Way lights up the holidays

The city of Federal Way held their annual Christmas tree lighting on Saturday.

Federal Way celebrates completion of new Town Center steps

The downtown staircase just below the PAEC offers a connected path to Town Square Park.

Washington Low Income Housing Alliance is among supporters of statewide “just cause” legislation to protect tenants in Washington. However, some landlords say removing the ability to quickly remove tenants limits their ability to get rid of problem renters. (Courtesy image)

Tenant advocates prepare for another push in Olympia

Following wins in Burien and Federal Way, just cause evictions are on the 2020 Legislative agenda.

Historical Society of Federal Way’s new exhibit reflects on World War II

The society’s annual open house and exhibit grand opening is 2-4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7.

Pride flag will fly at Federal Way City Hall, mayor says

Council votes to move issue in front of mayor to decide on whether to authorize special interest flags at City Hall.

Federal Way set to open overnight homeless shelter during severe weather

Church of the Nazarene or Family Life Community Church will be first to open doors when temperatures dip to 32 degrees for 24 consecutive hours.

South King Tool Library bulb sale Dec. 11

Anyone interested in lowering their carbon footprint (and saving on energy) is encouraged to attend the bulb sale.

Three Decatur baseball players sign National Letters of Intent

Seniors Brady Houston and Spencer Sugg to play at Tacoma Community College, Mason Hymer to play for Columbia Basin College.

Possible vacant Federal Way City Council seat in 2020

Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell is endorsing Jesse Johnson because it will look good to Democrats.

Business alliance serves women of African diaspora in South King County

Nourah Yonous launched the African Women Business Alliance in 2017 to find ways to lift women up.

Opinion

Mind over miles: Thoughts from the Seattle Half Marathon

Mirror reporter runs the 13.1-mile race in 2:01:40.

 

’Twas the time before Christmas in Federal Way

“For us to regain prosperity … an improved retail sector would be nice, and we must keep traffic moving and crime heading toward Fife.”

 

 

Marketplace

Updating your kitchen is as easy as 1-2-3!

Transforming your kitchen countertops, backsplashes and cupboard doors can be done in a day

 

‘Mischief and mayhem’ take Centerstage in eclectic theater season

Save on season tickets for Centrestager Theatre 2019-20 performances

 

Comcast honors Federal Way student

Leaders and Achievers Scholarship Program awards $95,000 in scholarships to Washington students

 

Sports

Federal Way Mirror Female Athlete of the Week for Dec. 6: Emily DeBoer

TJHS senior led bowling team to opening season win.

 

Life

Highline student finds her voice

Umoja Black Scholars Program enhances the cultural and educational experiences of African-American students.

 

Multi-Service Center raises $156,000 at annual Crab Feed

Federal Way’s Multi-Service Center raised funds to support its programs at its annual Crab Feed on June 1.

 

Northwest
Demonstrators from La Resistencia protest Amazon’s involvement with ICE. Photo courtesy of La Resistencia

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