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Attorney General Bob Ferguson to speak in Federal Way

The Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce event is from 8:30-10 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 23.

 

Dinner, auction to benefit Federal Way police officer diagnosed with cancer

Event organizers are seeking donations for Feb. 10 event

 

FUSION honors volunteers at celebration

Harrison, Ayers presented with awards for 2017.

 

Kindergarten registration for Federal Way schools opens Jan. 16

Families can enroll online or at the child’s school during regular hours.

Box truck fire shuts down South 356th Street

South King Fire & Rescue is working to reopen road.

Federal Way needs to reinvent itself

The end of the year is about saying goodbye to what happened, good or bad, and welcoming the potential that comes with a new beginning.… Continue reading

Leora Kuwitzky, 88, uses a paint pen to write the names of her grandchildren on rocks during the Federal Way Rocks event at Brookdale Foundation House. This event helped bring older and younger generations closer together. Courtesy Miasmin Andre, UW News Lab

Local group spreads love, community, kindness in Federal Way with rocks

Idea for Federal Way Rocks started by 10-year-old girl.

Leora Kuwitzky, 88, uses a paint pen to write the names of her grandchildren on rocks during the Federal Way Rocks event at Brookdale Foundation House. This event helped bring older and younger generations closer together. Courtesy Miasmin Andre, UW News Lab

Federal Way to host MLK food drive, community event

The city of Federal Way will mark Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a food drive and community event. Food will be collected from 10… Continue reading

Chamber investment is a strategy for business growth and economic connection

As we head into 2018, the Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce is fulfilling the strategic direction set by the Board of Directors four years… Continue reading

Ivory elephant, wine-tasting event benefits homeless children

A portion of the proceeds from Feb. 3 event will go to Birthday Dreams.

Mirror’s most viewed web stories of 2017

Crime articles topped the most read list for the year.

Sound Transit looking at expanding paid parking permits to solo drivers

Riders could pay for spots at Federal Way Transit Center.

LDS families unite to serve Federal Way community with projects

The first Saturday of each month, members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Federal Way Stake spend the morning working on projects… Continue reading

Village Green Retirement Campus in Federal Way to add memory care facility

The 64-bed building will care for people with Alzheimer’s and other memory-realted impairments.

That’s what neighbors do: the history of South King Fire & Rescue

Throughout South King County the story was the same — local communities seeing a need for fire protection and working together to make it happen,… Continue reading

Chamber, SCORE partnering to support small businesses

The Greater Federal Way Chamber and South Sound/Tacoma SCORE are working in partnership to support small business growth in the Federal Way region with free… Continue reading

Lions Club presents district third-graders with dictionaries

The Federal Way Lions Club completed its 12th year of providing student dictionaries to third-grade students in the Federal Way school district. The Lions Club… Continue reading

Constantine convenes county task force to review police shooting inquests

Changes could be made in process to provide more confidence in justice system

GoFundMe account supports Federal Way police officer diagnosed with cancer

Family and friends of Frank Martin have started a GoFundMe account to support the Federal Way police officer who has colon cancer. Martin, who is… Continue reading

Unknown person fires four gun shots at work truck | Police blotter

The following is a sample of the Federal Way Police log: Miscommunication: At 11:49 p.m. on Dec. 13 in the 200 block of Southwest 319th… Continue reading