As of Oct. 1, Washington employers can receive a tax credit for hiring unemployed veterans.
The Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce will hold a business briefing on transportation, addressing State Route 509 and State Route 167 (the Puget Sound Gateway Program), from 2-3 p.m.on Monday, Oct. 24 in the boardroom in the Chamber's offices (31919 1st Ave. S., Suite 202)
With about 10 percent of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport employees living in Federal Way, the Port of Seattle, which runs the airport, and the city of Federal Way have a clear and vested interest in economic development around King County.
Iora Primary Care, a local primary care doctor's office, has broken ground in Federal Way and will open their doors to new patients in October 2016.
The Communicating for Business Network, a Toastmasters group geared toward business communications development, will meet on Sept. 23.
The Women's Club of Federal Way will begin their monthly luncheons to work on their yearly charitable contributions to FUSION, Federal Way Care Giving Network and Reach Out of Federal Way.
Changes to work hours and requirements for teens are here.
Curves of Federal Way (2316 SW 336th St.) will host an open house Sept. 12 through Sept. 24, inviting the community to tour the facility and receive a free consultation and special offers.
Federal Way Public Schools is continuing its program of business sponsorship designed to raise revenue for high school athletic and activity programs.
IHOP restaurants nationwide will sell a short stack of buttermilk pancakes for $1 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 23, with all proceeds benefiting No Kid Hungry, a nonprofit that combats childhood hunger. The Federal Way IHOP is located at 178 SW Campus Dr.
Four entities operating in Federal Way were recognized in King County's 10th annual "Best Workplaces for Waste Prevention and Recycling" list.
The largest Soviet car show in the U.S. is coming to Saghalie Middle School and Saghalie Park (19th Ave. SW) Aug. 19-21.
Cricket Wireless and The Salvation Army are inviting the Federal Way community to be part of "Stuff the Pack," a school supply drive to help provide kids in Federal Way with the tools they need to be successful this school year.
The Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce will host its annual State of the Chamber luncheon Aug. 3 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Twin Lakes Golf & Country Club (3583 SW 320th St.).
UPDATE: After some false starts, Legendary Doughnuts in Federal Way officially opened its doors on Wednesday.
Sleep Train is holding its annual School Supply Drive from now until Sept. 4.
The Communicating for Business Network, a Toastmasters group geared specifically toward business and career communications development, will hold its next meeting Friday, July 22.
Village Green Director of Resident Services Tasha Griffin recently earned her Master of Science in Nursing with a focus on Nursing Education.
The Communicating for Business Success Network, powered by Toastmasters, is a business communications-focused club that gives members the opportunity to advance their careers and businesses by mastering the art of spoken communications to clearly, confidently and compellingly make their message to grow their business.
The Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce is inviting community members to the ribbon-cutting ceremony for Cafe Rio Mexican Grill.