Heidi Jacobs

Supporting Special Olympics: Federal Way Police Officer Donovan Heavener leads department’s fundraising efforts

Department raised $16,000 last year to support athletes, games

 

Reversing course: Mayor Jim Ferrell reconsiders renaming 320th Street after public feedback

Road’s name would have changed to South Veterans Way

 

Federal Way resident loses 111 pounds

Marion Harmon was named Washington’s Queen of TOPS

 

The show goes on for Centerstage – for now

City extends contract to operate Knutzen Family Theatre for two months

Overcoming the odds: Federal Way High School senior credits mentor with helping him graduate

David Brambila is the first in his family to receive a high school diploma.

Federal Way middle-schoolers compete in district track and field meet

Illahee dominated all but one of the six divisions

Explore the world at FWPA’s Culture Fair

Seventh-graders will present on various countries June 11-12

Chopra, Still named Athletes of the Year

16 student-athletes were nominated for the honor

Giving youth a voice

Local leaders team up to host youth forum June 11

Grant from Google will help Federal Way schools expand STEM programs

Announcement was made during ribbon cutting for TAF@Saghalie

Federal Way boys baseball takes third in state tournament

Eagles defeated Wenatchee last Saturday after semifinal loss to Richland

Doug Baxter works to support youth in the community

His efforts have included reducing violence and keeping kids out of juvenile justice system.

Federal Way High School baseball heads to state semifinals

Eagles defeated Puyallup Vikings in regional matchup last Saturday to advance

The Chopped Leaf offers healthy dining alternative

Federal Way couple opens first U.S. location of Canadian restaurant

Federal Way police announce arrests, pending charges in four 2016 homicides

Three men are in custody, with one as primary suspect in all four cases

Break the Chains 5K helps woman leave sex trafficking industry

Jennifer Tucker will share her story at this year’s walk on May 19

Full throttle: Federal Way Police Department outfits officers with electric bikes

The bicycles provide faster response, especially in downtown core.

Federal Way mother wants to walk at graduation for slain son

School officials have denied request because Wesley Gennings did not have enough credits.

Flavor of Federal Way to showcase city’s diversity

Performers, vendors, nonprofits, volunteers sought for Aug. 18 event

Federal Way may face deficit as it prepares 2019 budget

Additional increases may result in a million shortfall