Thomas Jefferson High School graduates Reid Mayfield, Russell Ison, Jason Allmaras, Eric Radford and Johnny Volland recently reunited to repeat a sixth-grade group photograph and to chat about their respective college experiences.
The community can help guide the future of Town Square Park, Federal Way’s first downtown park, by responding to the city’s online survey about the park.
Pepper is a sweet male kitten with a charming personality. Pepper is social, affectionate and handsome.
Thomas Jefferson High School has been hard at work all summer to make the first harvest of their new Community Garden a successful one.
Local radio station STAR 101.5 surprised Green Gables Elementary teacher Kimarie Nuez and presented her with the STAR 101.5 Elementary Teacher of the Week award on Sept. 18.
The Federal Way Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration will give the public its ninth opportunity in four years to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs.
Ellie the cat is looking for a home. She is a very outgoing, affectionate young girl that loves her people time. As soon as you sit down she wants to be on your lap.
Highline College received the 2014 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the oldest and largest diversity-focused publication in higher education.
Students in grades six through eight at Saghalie Middle School are beginning to learn the Korean language this year, thanks in part to a $14,000 grant from the Korean Ministry of Education.
Two Federal Way students recently attended a remote school in Nagappatinam, India that was established to provide an education to children who were some distance away from government schools.
The Greater Kent Historical Society, Kent Museum and historical partners celebrate the 150th anniversary of the telegraph with a series of free programs.
There’s no time like the present to prepare your home and family for an emergency. That’s especially true in September, National Preparedness Month.
Mayor Jim Ferrell has appointed Stephanie Courtney to the position of city clerk, pending City Council confirmation.
Dylan is a 5-year-old German shepherd that is looking for his forever home. He was originally rescued from a euthanasia shelter where he was brought in as a stray.
The Washington Association of Sewer and Water Districts recognized 30th District Rep. Linda Kochmar, R-Federal Way, for her outstanding support of special purpose sewer and water districts.
By the time Tom Medhurst was 7 years old, he slept in an old station wagon with his parents and three older siblings that they considered home.
The Decatur Football Booster Club held their second annual Balls of Fire Golf Ball Drop to raise funds for the Gators football team on Saturday at Decatur High School.
Federal Way Police Department Chief Andy Hwang awarded a number of Police Chief Citations to police officers, civilian staff members and community members for their help with assisting Lee Emory-Rosengreen after a U-Haul truck with all of her possessions was stolen earlier this summer.
The Federal Way Police Department has joined the coordinated effort to increase the chances of saving a life by adding 14 automated external defibrillator devices in police patrol cars.
The Federal Way Mirror will host a public candidate forum from 6-8 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 22 at the Twin Lakes Golf and Country Club, 3583 SW 320th St., Federal Way.