Sleep Country's Foster Kids Day at Wild Waves Aug. 23
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When Edna Brasfield, 93, reminisces about her life in Australia during the height of World War II, she immediately brings you back to that moment
Retaining its original name and general route throughout South King County, Military Road is part of the Fort Steilacoom-Fort Bellingham Road constructed
Sparrow is a 13-year-old male Jack Russell terrier (ID No. A474688).
The Federal Way Coalition of the Performing Arts presented a check to the city of Federal Way at the last Council meeting for $58,888, bringing the total raised for the Performing Arts and Events Center to $735,034.
The Federal Way Public Schools is seeking family and community members interested in serving on the Instructional Materials Committee.
Federal Way Jim Ferrell and several City Council members joined volunteers at various local grocery stores and collected food donations during the Mayor's Day of Concern for the Hungry on Saturday.
Highline College has received the 2015 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award from Insight Into Diversity magazine,
Amelia Phillips has been named one of this year’s 100 Inspiring Women in STEM, an award presented by Insight Into Diversity magazine.
To help mark the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, Washington students in grades 8 through 11 are invited to take part in an essay and letter-writing contest.
Deuteronomy (Deuter for short) is a 12-year-old male Persian cat (ID No. A473571). Deuter is a sweet, friendly, loving and affectionate guy.
Mayor Jim Ferrell gave the oath of office to Federal Way police officer Catriona Silver during the council meeting on Tuesday.
Join Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell in helping put food on the table right here in Federal Way.
For the past several years, King County has worked to reduce human trafficking and the commercial sexual exploitation of children.
The Federal Way PTSA Clothing Bank is open once monthly for elementary school students in the Federal Way school district throughout the school year, except for December and June.
The National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced the names of semifinalists in the 61st annual National Merit Scholarship Program.
King County District Court has unveiled an online, e-mitigation system for citizens to deal with traffic tickets.
Brooklake Christian School student Presley Anderson organized a fundraiser last weekend to help the fallen firefighters and victims of the eastern Washington wildfires.
As part of Federal Way Public Schools' continuing effort to increase student achievement, the board of directors in May approved six half-day late starts for the 2015-2016 school year.