The Franciscan Center for Weight Management at St. Francis Hospital in Federal Way has been reaccredited by the American College of Surgeons and the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program.
The RAM Restaurant and Brewery’s recent Drink Pink promotion raised approximately $8,235 to benefit the American Cancer Society.
For most children, Christmas morning is a magical time, but for many foster children who may find themselves in a new home during the holidays, Christmas morning can bring worry about whether Santa will find them.
TCC, the largest Verizon premium wireless retailer in the U.S., will open a new store in Federal Way on Dec. 11.
University of Western States recently held its 2015 homecoming and Northwest Symposium. The event culminated in a celebratory homecoming dinner on Oct. 17, when Federal Way chiropractor Dr. James Kurtz was selected as the 2015 "UWS Alumnus of the Year."
With the new year right around the corner, many will begin making resolutions to get fit in the upcoming year. Gyms will be overcrowded for a few weeks, only to see the numbers decline rapidly for a multitude of reasons.
CHI Franciscan Health welcomes Tony McLean, market president for South King County. As market president, he holds responsibility for St. Francis Hospital, Federal Way and as of Jan. 1, 2016 will oversee Highline Medical Center, Burien. McLean has been serving as president of St. Francis Hospital since October 2008.
Weyerhaeuser scores 95 out of 100 in LGBT equality scores
The opening of the Holiday Bazaar was Friday, Nov. 20 in the food court of The Commons Mall. Patrons may shop for unique gifts or decorations for the holidays every Friday, Saturday and Sunday until Dec. 20.
Lonnie McGraw has been selected as branch manager of Washington State Employees Credit Union's newest branch in Federal Way.
Dr. Jolene Harlow, a Federal Way doctor of chiropractic, was recently named Volunteer of the Year by the Washington State Chiropractic Association. She was presented with the award at an annual conference on Oct. 10. The 1,000-member group is the only statewide association that represents the chiropractic profession.
Federal Way resident Anna Rodriguez steps off her bus from Seattle, tired and frustrated. Inside her red purse, she has a growing list of errands to run at local stores — with no way to cross them off.