For the Mirror

Grammy winner Shenandoah to perform in Federal Way Sept. 26

Country band reunites to launch new chapter in their storied career.

TJ girls tennis team wins state championship

Nancy Cabanas places second in state, highest finish ever for TJ singles player.

Scholars learn about college and career readiness at Amazon headquarters

Scholars asked Amazon employees about the company and heard advice on how to become college and career ready.

Goats, greenhouses, gardening at free summit

King Conservation District and Highline College Partner for Urban Ag Event

Thomas Jefferson girls tennis ties to West Central District title

Thomas Jefferson girls, Decatur boys onward to state tennis tournament.

There is a Santa Claus

His real name is Roger Flygare.

State Rep. Mike Pellicciotti announces early bid for state treasurer

“I am starting this campaign early so that I can meet with Washingtonians in all 39 counties of our state.”

Federal Way Chorale to gift scholarship at Saturday performance

Rogers High School senior Charlie Stevens will recieve $2,000 towards his music degree.

Federal Way Touch-a-Truck event Saturday has something for everyone

Children will have the opportunity to climb on, in and all over many of the vehicles to see firsthand what they look like and how they work.

Music Battle Royale benefits people experiencing homelessness

Proceeds from performances benefit Federal Way Day Center.

Eagles baseball takes third in districts, advances to state regional playoffs

Federal Way loses to Camas, wins against Tahoma on May 11.

Federal Way activates new software for public records

The city received a state grant of $26,455 for the implementation of the new public records software.

Eagles baseball team dominates with 10-run no-hitter in playoff win over Enumclaw

Todd Beamer baseball knocked out of playoffs after mid-season win streak.

Thomas Jefferson girls tennis ties for first place at NPSL tournament

Seven athletes from Federal Way high schools advance to West Centeral Districts on May 16.

Eagles baseball team conquers NPSL

FWHS baseball ranked second in state; Todd Beamer to battle for playoff advancement on Saturday.

Bonsai Fest! returns to Federal Way May 11-12

A two-day celebration over World Bonsai Day and Mother’s Day weekend.

Federal Way Public Schools hosts training about homeless and housing supports for scholars

Learn and gather resources at community-wide training May 4.

Mama Stortini’s sneak preview party to benefit Federal Way arts

All ticket proceeds from May 3 event go to support the Arts 4 Youth Program.

IRG raises massive flag from Weyerhaeuser era to honor local veterans

Flag raised at Woodbridge Corporate Park signifies ‘continued restoration, preservation efforts.’

Federal Way mayor hires Bill Vadino as his policy adviser

Vadino was the executive director of Kirkland Chamber and the Kirkland Downtown Association for more than a decade.