Every year the Washington state Senate offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to spend one week as a Senate page. Through the program students ages 14 through 16 can serve and get a front-row seat to how state government works.
Cut, natural holiday trees are picked up for free from all Federal Way residents each year, regardless if you subscribe to yard waste or garbage collection.
King County is making it easier to reduce the environmental impact of the holiday season with Green Holidays, a program that provides resources for sustainable gift-giving, decorating, entertaining and recycling all the waste.
King County Councilman Pete von Reichbauer welcomed King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg to the regional Monthly Good Eggs Breakfast in Auburn on Wednesday.
Highline College’s Center of Excellence for Global Trade and Supply Chain Management, along with Washington state’s nine other Centers of Excellence, is celebrating 10 years of innovation and development of a skilled workforce.
STAR 101.5 surprised Mark Twain Elementary teacher Angela Forbes and presented her with the STAR 101.5 Elementary Teacher of the Week award on Thursday.
Students at Totem Middle School will learn more about coding this month as part of an international initiative called the Hour of Code.
Students in the Totem Middle School service learning class and Builder’s Club are working to help keep the homeless warm this winter through their Giving Tree Project.
Puget Sound Blood Center is issuing an urgent appeal for people to donate blood in the days leading up to the holidays.
There are many reasons why people feel “holiday blues” and in the Northwest, causes may include:
Timmy is a sweet and small boy of about 2 years old and 9 pounds.
Seniors wanting to sharpen their computer skills will have an opportunity to learn about the Federal Way Senior Center’s computer classes
A group of students from throughout the Federal Way school district are working to bring awareness t
The public is invited to get a photo with their dog(s) and Santa.
Students at Illahee Middle School are seeking yarn donations for their Hat Club project. The students are knitting hats for Stand Up for Kids, an organization that helps homeless teens in Seattle.
Sherwood Forest Elementary welcomed 300 students, parents and community members to their fourth annual Multicultural Night on Nov. 20.
Upon strolling through The Commons mall over the weekend, one only needs to make their way to the food court to notice the holidays have arrived.
Many families from Valhalla Elementary attended a recent super-hero themed math night at the school.