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From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Feb. 21, Advancing Leadership Youth sponsored a walk to benefit Federal Way's homeless through the Reach Out Federal Way organization.
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Democrat Roger Flygare are running for state rep. position 1. Republican Katrina Asay and Democrat Roger Freeman are running for state rep. position 2.
With its stereotypes glamorized in popular culture, organized crime evokes images of ruthless mafia bosses with Brooklyn accents, sharkskin suits and machine guns.
One of the biggest expenses for a business is office space — and all the necessities that go with it.
The former Federal Way City Councilman said he will not call it the "c" word - cancer - just yet. He awaits more information from doctors on an official diagnosis.
Reach Out Federal Way, a homeless advocacy organization, plans to open a winter shelter for homeless women in South King County.
Federal Way leaders are concerned about the consequences of losing money for tourism promotion.
As one of Federal Way's biggest cultural festivals, the annual Desna Cup returns this month with soccer, volleyball, food and activities for the whole family.
The Municipal League of King County has chosen Jeanne Burbidge, longtime Federal Way City Council member and former mayor, as its Public Official of the Year. Burbidge will be honored March 18 in Seattle at the league’s Centennial Celebration Dinner. The Mirror recently sat down with Burbidge to discuss public life, Federal Way’s first mayoral election — and what she would fix with a magic wand.
Federal Way schools will take on a new tradition with the annual celebration of Martin Luther King.
The TV show "Shark Tank" generated a positive ripple effect for a Federal Way ice cream shop.
What do veterans and food trucks have in common? Both have the power to bolster Federal Way’s community pride and economy.
The Mirror hosted an election forum Oct. 23, featuring candidates for Federal Way School Board. Candidates fielded questions from the audience. The forum was moderated by Dr. T.M. Sell of Highline Community College.
Editor: Dr. Phil, it appears Federal Way has a contender for the vacant downtown parking lot. Some people already hate the proposed design for the tentatively titled Crystal Palace.
Students from 13 schools participated in Storming the Sound for Salmon. Sponsored by the city and school district, the program immersed Federal Way children in the West Hylebos Wetlands Park.
Federal Way Superintendent Rob Neu delivered his annual State of the Schools address Wednesday, focusing on challenges in the district in the past, present and future.