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The city received a state grant of $26,455 for the implementation of the new public records software.
Todd Beamer baseball knocked out of playoffs after mid-season win streak.
Seven athletes from Federal Way high schools advance to West Centeral Districts on May 16.
FWHS baseball ranked second in state; Todd Beamer to battle for playoff advancement on Saturday.
A two-day celebration over World Bonsai Day and Mother’s Day weekend.
Learn and gather resources at community-wide training May 4.
All ticket proceeds from May 3 event go to support the Arts 4 Youth Program.
Flag raised at Woodbridge Corporate Park signifies ‘continued restoration, preservation efforts.’
Vadino was the executive director of Kirkland Chamber and the Kirkland Downtown Association for more than a decade.
Federal Way Eagles secure 13th win of the season on Wednesday, remains in top spot of NPSL.
SB 5437 would make more students eligible for the state’s early childhood education and assistance program.
Sound Transit will work with the FTA to demonstrate its readiness and capacity to achieve the project’s scheduled 2024 completion.
The selected candidate will take the oath of office on Tuesday, May 14.
Learn more about general benefits, home loans, education, training and more.
A Federal Way open house is set for April 23 at the Performing Arts and Event Center.
Program teaches kids about the importance of preventing stormwater pollution.
Washington state ranks No. 1 nationally in the concentration of STEM-related jobs.
The selected candidate will take the oath of office on April 23.
Chamber states development on former Weyerhaeuser property will create 3,100 jobs.
A 35th anniversary auction and gala will kick off the symphony’s emerald anniversary celebration on March 30.