Haley Donwerth

Sharon Boyle’s work with the special needs community spans nearly four decades

Sharon Boyle finds her work with the special needs community rewarding and plans to continue with it as long as she can. Boyle, the Special… Continue reading

Federal Way High School grad heads to Special Olympics with local soccer team

John Emmett started playing soccer when he was 13 at the urging of his friends, and he hasn’t looked back since. Emmett, who graduated from… Continue reading

Remembering Wesley

Special ceremony will be held for slain teen on what would have been his high school graduation day.

Federal Way awards Spectra contract to operate PAEC

Spectra, a venue management company, will take over operation of the Federal Way Performing Arts and Event Center beginning Aug. 1. The Federal Way City… Continue reading

Fire damages Brooklake Church

Tuesday morning’s fire caused $150,000 worth of damages to the building’s entrance.

Students’ voices heard at youth forum

Event was hosted by Councilman Jesse Johnson, other community leaders

Residents win right to clean Lake Jeane

Campaign underway to raise money to help fund clean-up of toxic algal blooms

Washington CAN protests unfair treatment of apartment residents

Tenants at Kitts Corner Apartments claim management has discriminated, charged high fees

Latest IRG applications prompt concerns over traffic, environmental issues

Residents are worried about development of the former Weyerhauser Campus.

Overcoming a childhood diagnosis

Tim Dempsey will represent Federal Way in the 2018 Special Olympic Games

Federal Way looks at imposing storage facility registration fee

Revenue would be used to curb potential shortfall for 2019-20 budget

Federal Way teen undergoing cancer treatment meets Taylor Swift

Cora Kasperson’s best friend made sure she wouldn’t miss seeing her favorite singer in concert.

Xander Lopez, a sixth-grader at Woodmont K-8, releases his salmon, which he named Sam Goode after a character in his favorite book series, “I Am Number Four,” into the West Hylebos Wetlands on Wednesday. HALEY DONWERTH, the Mirror

Federal Way students release salmon into West Hylebos Wetlands

Storming the Sound with Salmon teaches kids about environment, pollution

Xander Lopez, a sixth-grader at Woodmont K-8, releases his salmon, which he named Sam Goode after a character in his favorite book series, “I Am Number Four,” into the West Hylebos Wetlands on Wednesday. HALEY DONWERTH, the Mirror

From criminal justice to journalism

New reporter looks forward to pursuing career in Federal Way

Teachers, parents share concerns over IEP, safety issues in Federal Way Public Schools

Superintendent Tammy Campbell said the district working to address the matter.