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Correcting the structural imbalance | Mayor Jim Ferrell

Federal Way has fallen behind in keeping up with inflation over the years.

Federal Way Police Department hosts Coffee with a Cop March 10

Event is from 10 a.m to noon at Honor Coffee in the Commons Mall.

Sound Generations seeks volunteers to deliver Meals on Wheels

Program provides food to homebound senior citizens.

Startup company helps homebuyers with down payment

Loftium will provide to $50,000 if buyers list spare room on Airbnb.

Kiwanis Club of Federal Way presents Stop the Bleed on March 7

Community is invited to attend event at Twin Lakes Golf and Country Club.

Candidates announce plans for 30th District legislative seat runs

Claire Wilson will run for state Senate, and Mark Greene is seeking state representative position 2.

How reading and writing with your child boosts more than just literacy | University of Washington News

Children who read and write at home — whether for assignments or just for fun — are building long-term study and executive function skills, according… Continue reading

District: Together we can prepare scholars for greater success with literacy

Parents can work with children at home on reading.

J.R. Celski Courtesy US Speedskating/AlienFrogg

Federal Way native speedskaters finish 5th as part of Olympic relay team

Celski, Tran part of relay that won the B final Thursday.

J.R. Celski Courtesy US Speedskating/AlienFrogg

Paid family leave is the blueprint for affordable childcare

Reeves argues Washington can do more to help families.

State Sen. Miloscia to host 30th District telephone town hall meeting Feb. 20

Residents are encouraged to dial in to the hour-long meeting, which begins at 6 p.m.

Tom Papa brings comedy act to Federal Way PAEC

Tickets start at $25 for show scheduled for 8 p.m. Feb. 25.

Beatles vs. Stones tribute show to play at Federal Way PAEC

Renowned tribute bands Abbey Road and Satisfaction face off at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 16.

Federal Way needs higher education center

Federal Way is a city that has grown in more ways than one. Its population has risen from nearly 68,000 in 1990 to more than… Continue reading

City flags to be lowered in honor of former governor

Flags to be flown at half-staff through Tuesday.

For longtime FW auto dealership, some things never change | Mirror’s 20th anniversary

Jet Chevrolet advertised in the Mirror’s inaugural edition and is still doing business today.

From watchdog to community service, Mirror has a history of excellence | Mirror’s 20th anniversary

The Mirror has received multiple awards over the past 20 years for its journalism and advertising.

Uptown Square Early Learning Center celebrates opening with ribbon cutting

Center offers part- and full-day preschool program for 100 students.