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State Rep. Pellicciotti to introduce fraud protection legislation

With recent data leaks jeopardizing the financial information of millions of Washingtonians, state Rep. Mike Pellicciotti, D-Federal Way, will introduce new legislation next session to… Continue reading

Washington Coalition for Open Government honoring state Sen. Mark Miloscia

The Washington Coalition for Open Government recently announced it will honor state Sen. Mark Miloscia, R-Federal Way, with the organization’s Ballard-Thompson Award for 2017. The… Continue reading

Centerstage Theatre presents Front & Center fundraiser

Centerstage Theatre hosts its Front & Center fundraising event at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 10, at the Knutzen Family Theatre, 3200 SW Dash Point… Continue reading

Federal Way community invited to participate in ‘We Scare Hunger’ food drive event

For the fifth consecutive year, Federal Way Public Schools students will host the We Scare Hunger event to stamp out hunger. Students and other community… Continue reading

Cranberry products not reliable for UTI treatment, doctor says

Urinary tract infections are common and painful: Nearly half of all women will experience a UTI in their lifetime. This creates a prime market for… Continue reading

Kiwanis Club of Greater Federal Way receives grant to support reading achievement

The Pacific Northwest Kiwanis Foundation recently awarded the Kiwanis Club of Greater Federal Way with a $3,000 grant. The grant will support third grade reading… Continue reading

Federal Way students learn about career opportunities during Lakota treatment plant tour

On Oct. 17, Federal Way Public School scholars toured Lakehaven Water & Sewer District’s Lakota Wastewater Treatment Plant in Federal Way. Lakehaven leadership shared the… Continue reading

NWSO concerts to feature Federal Way students

The Northwest Symphony Orchestra will put on a pair of family concerts featuring Federal Way and Highline students. The concerts will be at 7:30 p.m.… Continue reading

Learn about human trafficking at Oct. 24 presentation

The Federal Way Coalition Against Human Trafficking hosts a Human Trafficking 101 presentation from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 24, at the Ron… Continue reading

Chamber to honor three businesses with Impact Awards at annual gala

The Greater Federal Way Chamber will honor three businesses with Impact Awards at its annual Gala. The Gala is from 6 to 10 on Saturday,… Continue reading

Panera Bread in Federal Way offers lunch delivery

Panera Bread now offers home or office delivery of its lunch menu in the Federal Way area. The restaurant will deliver within an eight-minute radius,… Continue reading

Council gave school bond issue careful consideration before endorsement | Guest Column

Last week, during my weekly breakfast with friends at Black Bear, I was asked by a former council member why the Federal Way City Council… Continue reading

‘The Nutcracker & The Tale of the Hard Nut’ coming to Federal Way’s PAEC, tickets on sale

Tacoma City Ballet announces its 62nd year and inaugural performance of “The Nutcracker & The Tale of The Hard Nut” at the Federal Way Performing… Continue reading

Todd Beamer grad earns military honors

First Lt. Lauren Gabbert, RN BSN, a 2011 graduate of Todd Beamer High School, recently graduated from the U.S. Army perioperative nursing course at Madigan… Continue reading

Historical Society of Federal Way hosting ‘Boots on the Ground’ photography exhibit at West Hylebos Wetlands Park

Buildings, boats, planes, trains and automobiles highlight photographer Robert Dobson’s exhibit as the Historical Society of Federal Way hosts its monthly program showcasing local culture… Continue reading

School bond can make Federal Way team stronger | My Perspective

In my last column, I talked about local governmental entities that have the greatest impact on our daily routines and community quality. I got one… Continue reading

Working together for the greater good| Rebecca Martin

A critical determinant for investment decision-making is based on the climate for doing business in that area. To have a strong business environment and to… Continue reading

The opposite of free speech | Diversity

“Rhetoric” is a word which often sounds negative, but the 2000-year-old discipline which I teach at Highline College has some valuable insights to offer our… Continue reading

Highline invites public to attend LGBTQIA events

The public is invited to Highline College for a weeklong series of educational events and activities exploring LGBTQIA identity and social justice issues. The series… Continue reading

How do we stay hopeful? | Diversity

Times feel dark. Sometimes my columns name the darkness. This time I wanted to talk about hope. But I hear it; I feel it; it… Continue reading