Heidi Jacobs

Federal Way Day Center marks a year of serving community’s homeless

First anniversary celebration set for 5-6:30 p.m. Jan. 18 at St.Vincent de Paul Church Social Hall.

Federal Way Sears to close in early April

Company announced closure of 64 Kmart and 39 Sears stores throughout the country in early 2018.

Two men die in separate accidents on Pacific Highway

One man died in two-vehicle accident on Friday, and the other was hit by a car late Saturday.

Federal Way Coalition Against Trafficking hopes to expand reach

Organization will host a community forum on Jan. 10 on the business impacts of human trafficking.

Councilwoman Susan Honda appointed as Federal Way’s deputy mayor

Honda received four votes in favor, 3 opposed.

New Hope Christian Fellowship to provide temporary shelter for homeless families

Church hopes to have building ready by mid-January.

Federal Way leaders make resolutions for 2018

The Mirror reached out to local community leaders to see how they plan to better themselves and their community in the new year. Some of… Continue reading

Shelley Pauls a cheerleader for Federal Way organizations, events

Pauls frequently asked to help find volunteers for projects.

69-year-old woman dies in Federal Way condo fire

SKFR determining cause of blaze that damaged eight units.

Grant will help city of Federal Way promote trails, walking

Parks department recently received a $10,000 Get Active, Stay Active grant.

Federal Way woman volunteers with organization that gave her toy-filled shoebox as a child

Ialanji received a box from Operation Christmas Child as a girl

16-bed mental health evaluation and treatment center opens in Federal Way

The new facility is one of eight in the county to serve involuntarily committed patients.

Jeanne Burbidge, city’s longest serving council member, ends 20-year career

Burbidge was Federal Way’s mayor and deputy mayor during two decades of service

Community court could address mental health, substance abuse issues

Federal Way Municipal Court hopes to have new program running early next year.

Crime down 10 percent so far from last year in Federal Way

Residential burglary, larceny, vehicle theft, forgery, vandalism all show decreases from 2016

Federal Way City Council sets priorities for 2018 legislative session

The Federal Way City Council has outlined eight priorities it wants the state Legislature to address in its next session, which begins Jan. 8. The… Continue reading

Girl Scout to build community garden for Gold Award project

Federal Way Public Academy sophomore needs volunteers to start garden at Lifeway Church

Tree lighting ceremony features Santa, entertainment

More than 27,000 illuminate tree at Town Square Park

Federal Way woman promotes Polynesian culture through community events, festivals

Polynesian Holiday Bazaar set for Satruday, Dec. 16, at Green River College

Longtime Federal Way attorney recounts career serving clients

In his 47 years practicing law, attorney Bill Murphy has always been an advocate for his clients. “Part of my service to my clients was… Continue reading