- Best of Federal Way
- Green Editions
- Home Delivery
- About Us
Miloscia honored for his contributions to promoting Ukrainian history, heritage and culture.
UW Athletic Director Jen Cohen served as keynote speaker.
Federal Way, Kent partner to make funding available.
Sound Transit seeks feedback on route alternatives and station locations.
The U.S. Army Field Band & Soldiers’ Chorus will tell the story of America’s Army during free event.
Residents can drop off appliances, confidential documents and more.
Applicants need to provide two short letters of reference by Oct. 5.
Pilot site to connect scholars with technology, while providing additional support.
Federal Way Public Schools hosted its first New to FWPS Teacher Breakfast on Aug. 22. This event provided teachers who are new to the district… Continue reading
We all have a choice, a choice that is especially important for persons of color today.
Event runs noon to 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 8, at Town Square Park. Tickets are on sale.
Mark Koppang earned the honor from the Association of Washington Cities.
The Metropolitan King County Council confirmed the appointment of Jeanne Burbidge to the 4Culture Task Force on Monday. Burbidge will serve as a representative of… Continue reading
At the age of 17, I had my first experience with traveling to a different country. Even though the journey to Canada didn’t involve jet… Continue reading
Fifty Federal Way students will receive Advanced Placement Scholar Awards in recognition of exemplary college-level achievement on AP exams, the College Board announced. To qualify… Continue reading
Part 2 in a series from the Federal Way Jury Diversity Committee on racial disparities in jury service.
Four Federal Way Public Schools (FWPS) scholars and one assistant coach took home awards from the recent Speech and Debate Nationals held June 16–23 in… Continue reading
The 90-plus club At its May luncheon, the Women’s Club of Federal Way recognized its members who are 90 years or older. Those recognized were:… Continue reading
Rebecca Martin will serve a three-year term on the Certified Chamber Executive Commission.
King County Metro’s new fare of $2.75 aims to make riding transit more convenient and avoid confusion over fare payment that leads to delays in… Continue reading