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Reeves, Wilson, Senn to host Facebook Live panel, Q&A Feb. 6.
Robin O’Grady will begin her new role on March 1.
The Federal Way Community Center is available as a respite from extremely cold temperatures.
United Way and Highline continue partnership, add morning, Saturday hours.
Artwork part of PSE’s project to save customers money by reducing graffiti clean-up costs.
Ask mayor questions about what’s happening in Federal Way at noon on Jan. 24.
Federal Way legislator will also introduce campaign finance reform legislation.
Whips are charged with finding level of support for legislation, amendments and budgets.
Washington currently ranks fourth in the nation in terms of gender parity in the state Legislature.
Crew of moms and kids call for ‘all hands on deck’ to champion family-friendly policies.
Hilarious whodunit murder mystery playing Feb. 1-24 in Federal Way.
Service dog Kaiser saves lives while confronting armed suspect.
7 talks over 4 days begins Jan. 22.
30th District legislator brings career experience in student needs.
The Hour of Code is designed to demystify code and show anybody can learn computer science.
Drive raised $1,800 and several carloads of food.
Real holiday trees are picked up from all residents on your collection day between Dec. 26-Jan. 11.
Project is the result of the city’s design competition to showcase its new Cottage Housing Ordinance.
‘Peace Doves’ Funds will support Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence.
Retailers will be charged $25 fee per abandoned cart, $25 fee for disposal.