Jack Bermingham, president of Highline College, was selected as a recipient of the Diversity Visionary Award from Insight into Diversity magazine, the oldest and largest diversity-focused publication in higher education.
South King Fire and Rescue officials offered free CPR training at the Farmers Market Family Safety Day last Saturday, July 19.
Organizers of the annual Federal Way Farmers Market Apple Festival & Run have committed to donating $5 per participant to those affected by the eastern Washington wildfires.
Peggy LaPorte, the founder and president of FUSION, has been named the Mirror’s Citizen of the Month for July. FUSION, which stands for Friends United to Shelter the Indigent, Oppressed and Needy, is a nonprofit charity organization that provides transitional housing and support services for homeless families and has been a mainstay of non-governmental social services in Federal Way for a number of years now.
Zoey came from a litter of six kittens and her mother was raised in a loving foster home.
The Federal Way City Council held it’s first study session regarding a new committee that would help direct an economic summit for Federal Way’s future that city officials hope to have happen by this fall.
After a couple years of planning, fundraising and hard work, the Family Funland play structure at Steel Lake park was officially re-opened on Wednesday.
The Federal Way City Council unanimously approved bringing a college to the city’s downtown as an official initiative on Tuesday.
Nico is 4 months old and looking for a loving home. Nico, who has a black patch on his chin, will sit at the background and observe the other kittens in his litter before joining in to play.
More than 50 Federal Way Walmart associates volunteered more than 300 hours for the Relay for Life cancer walk June 7 and 8 at Saghalie Middle School.
Puget Sound Starts Here is offering a coupon for free visual leak inspections and a repair discount so that motorists in King County can find an affordable fix and keep pollutants out of the Puget Sound.
Baked salmon, a wine and beer garden, live entertainment, raffles and auctions are all part of the Kiwanis Club’s annual salmon bake fundraiser this year.
The Horace Mann Companies donated more than $3,000 to help complete DonorsChoose.org projects at the National Education Association Expo in Denver, Colorado last week.
For the first time, South King Fire and Rescue officials will be offering free CPR training at the Farmers Market Family Safety Day on Saturday, July 19.
Meet Dewey and Sylvie. Dewey is an approximately 2-month-old male cat. Dewey is curious and playful. He is up for adoption as well as his mom Sylvie, a 2-year-old petite gray and white spayed feline, who needs a quiet home to call her own.
Highline College’s Marine Science and Technology Center recently received two generous donations to support their annual “Summer on the Sound” Marine Science Camp.
Rep. Linda Kochmar, R-Federal Way, was the commencement speaker at DeVry of Federal Way’s graduation ceremony on June 28. More than 160 students and 400 family members were present, earning a wide range of bachelors, masters and associate degrees.
Flower fanatics can get their fill of floral landscapes during the Federal Way Symphony’s 15th annual garden tour from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, July 19.
The year was 1944 and Robert "Bob" Morse was attending a USO dance in Oklahoma City with two of his Navy buddies when he saw three young women.
Air Force Airman Anthony R. Whitten graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.