Congratulations to Cal Greatsinger: Village Green's volunteer of the month!
On the heels of the City Council's public safety meeting addressing gun violence in mid-May, a former Councilwoman called upon the city of Federal Way's Diversity Commission to examine how their work can help unite the city once again.
The 17th annual Garden Show sprouts up Saturday, July 16, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Twin Lakes Golf and Country Club (3583 SW 320th St.).
Smokey is a 13-year-old female cat, gray, domestic short hair (ID #A496748).
Federal Way's Multi-Service Center raised more than $92,000 to support its programs at its annual Crab Feed event on June 4.
Federal Way resident Jevohn Woods choreographed and performed an original dance in Pacific Ballroom Dance's spring concert "Let's Get Loud" June 3-4 at the Auburn Performing Arts Center.
Over 500 youth ages 14-18, including 90 teens from Federal Way, will come together June 24-25 to produce a modern-day musical called "Pressing Forward with a Steadfastness in Christ."
Overcomer Covenant Church will host its annual conference June 24 - 26.
Cy is a 10-year-old male cat, domestic short hair, black and white (ID #A491977).
Beamer '06 grads host reunion Sept. 10
The Metropolitan King County Council on Wednesday recognized "Juneteenth," the celebration of the end of two centuries of bondage of Americans of African descent in the U.S.
Seven recent high school graduates from Federal Way are bound for Pacific Lutheran University after receiving a full-ride scholarship to the Washington college.
Tiesha Clark has been selected as Mrs. Federal Way 2016 and will represent her city at the Mrs. Washington America Pageant on July 9.
Alfred is a 1-year-old male Chihuahua mix, about 8 pounds (ID #A494128).
Three high schools students from Federal Way spent their June 2 at the governor's mansion in Olympia accepting a $1,000 college scholarship for their community involvement and academic achievement.
Montessori Academy at Spring Valley held its annual salmon release May 20 to help the salmon numbers in West Hylebos Creek, which runs through the campus of the Federal Way school.
When Tacoma was chosen as the Northern Pacific Railroad's terminus, the city rose from the mudflats and took the lead as the Northwest's destination for opportunity. In "Hidden History of Tacoma," readers can learn about the city's early notables and uncover the stories behind the historic landmarks.
Metropolitan King County Councilmember Pete von Reichbauer and the Federal Way Soroptimists will host Federal Way's 27th Annual Flag Day Celebration on June 11 at 10 a.m. at the King County Aquatic Center (650 SW Campus Drive).
The Federal Way High School Pacific Islander Club took home four first-place awards at the second annual Samoan Arts High School Competition at Mt. Rainier High School on Saturday, May 14.
Every year, the Federal Way Rotary Club awards scholarships to graduating high school seniors based on their financial need, scholastic achievements, leadership skills and service to the community. This year, the Federal Way Rotary awarded over $20,000 to 20 Federal Way high school students at its luncheon on May 26.