For the Mirror

The show will go on for Centerstage

Theater group announces 2018-19 schedule despite uncertainty with operation of Knutzen Family Theatre

Federal Way man pleads guilty to fraud, identity theft charges

Offenses stem from credit card fraud scheme in Connecticut

School district defends standards-based grading and reporting

By James Crawford, chief academic officer for Federal Way Public Schools

Tips for surviving allergy season in the Pacific Northwest

With flowers blooming and temperatures starting to warm up, you may be reaching for your allergy meds — or maybe not. It’s a little too… Continue reading

Governor approves city of Federal Way’s application for Opportunity Zone

Status allows for tax breaks to encourage development, job creation

FW Harmony Kings host teen singers in competition

Singers from the five states and two provinces that comprise the Evergreen District of the Barbershop Harmony Society met April 21 at Journey Church in… Continue reading

Play ball!

Federal Way National Little Leaguers take part in opening day ceremonies

Multiple organizations partner with WSP to bring resources to Federal Way rest area

Help will be available to those in need from 8-10 p.m. April 27

Volunteers beautify Celebration Park

Clean-up efforts were a part of 13th annual Parks Appreciation Day

Former postal worker indicted for stealing mail

Mail handler from Federal Way allegedly stole, pawned electronics

Emerald Downs 2018 calendar at a glance

Here’s a look at the 2018 calendar for Emerald Downs, which kicks off the season Sunday, April 22, with 67 live race days. Post times:… Continue reading

Familiar faces return to Emerald Downs for 2018 season

Opening Day is April 22 at the race track.

Mayor reorganizes management of Performing Arts and Event Center

Duties of executive director will be assigned to deputy public works director

Washington Youth Academy hosts community forum

Event set for 5 p.m. April 24 at FWPS Educational Service Center

Flood and emergency preparedness experts highlight town hall

Meeting set for 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 18, at Thomas Jefferson High School

Pair indicted in fraud at former Federal Way precious metals company

Former president/CEO and vault manager allegedly defrauded customers of more than $25 million.

Federal Way teachers earn National Board Certification

Federal Way Public School (FWPS) teachers who earned National Board for Professional Teaching Standards Certification in 2017 were honored by the district’s school board at… Continue reading

Sound Transit seeks public input on Tacoma Dome light rail extension

Open house scheduled from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, April 18, at Todd Beamer High School.

Textbook stipend for Gold Star families signed into law

Legislation sponsored by Rep. Kristine Reeves helps families of injured, deceased service members.

Enumclaw defeats Federal Way in girls tennis

Eagles won singles matches, while Hornets swept in doubles play