Percy is a sweet dog looking for a forever home. He was picked up as a stray dog in the Bellevue area a few weeks ago, and no one ever came for him.
The city of Federal Way is holding a free “Backyard Chickens” workshop from 6-8 p.m. March 12 at Federal Way City Hall.
Chris Flores, a senior at Federal Way High School (FWHS), was chosen as the Federal Way Rotary Club’s “Student of the Year.”
The Road Map Project recognized Federal Way Public Schools for engaging families and creating opportunity for students by removing college barriers during a ceremony on Tuesday.
As part of Federal Way Public Schools (FWPS) Global Learning Initiative (GLI), students from the Technology Access Foundation Academy (TAFA) will participate in two trips to Japan in coming months.
The Mirror has named Bob Darrigan as February’s Citizen of the Month, an honor that he feels someone else could have earned.
Tigger, a 5-year-old orange tabby cat, was brought into the shelter as a stray. He is affectionate, lovable and handsome.
Alice loves to play, hunt and pounce on anything that moves. She was captured as a kitten with her feral mom and siblings. She is interactive with toys and loves canned food.
The city of Federal Way announced that people can now apply for Community Enhancement Grants (CEG) at City Hall.
With an increased push towards “early learning development” at both the state and federal levels, Federal Way Public Schools (FWPS) has been working to get the district’s early learning program up to speed.
The downtown Federal Way Police Department substation is nearing readiness, said interim Police Chief Andy Hwang.
The first “Neighborhood Connection” meeting, a policy initiative of Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell, is set for 6 p.m. Feb. 27 at Brigadoon Elementary.
Federal Way Public Schools’ Highly Capable Program (HCP) is accepting nominations for students who will be in kindergarten through the fifth grade in the 2014-2015 school year.
Orville is a handsome little distinguished gentleman that really gets along perfectly with other dogs.
Mary Louise Goss asked many people she knew: “What would you do better?”