Sleep Country's Foster Kids Day at Wild Waves Aug. 23
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Administrators, staff and volunteer organizations welcomed parents and students at the annual Saghalie Middle school welcome back barbecue on Friday.
The Federal Way Police Department reminds all drivers, students and parents to put safety first in school zones and near bus stops.
Millions of people go to agricultural fairs and petting zoos this time of year, and children of all ages love to be around the animals.
Tucked away in one of Brookdale Foundation House’s cottages lives 91-year-old author Evelyn Ruth Gibb.
At 11 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 29, the Assistance League of South Puget Sound is putting on Operation School Bell event at the Kohls in Federal Way, 2101 S Commons Federal Way.
School attendance is among the biggest predictors of academic success, and the importance of establishing good attendance habits begins in kindergarten. Missing just two or three days each month can quickly add up, said Jennie Tibbitts with the Federal Way School District.
Misty is an 8-year-old old Rottweiler mix, female (ID #A470934).
The Washington State University Extension Master Gardener Program is open to everyone with an interest in gardening and a willingness to use their knowledge, experience and enthusiasm to make a positive impact on their local community.
Ginger is a 2-year-old female cat, domestic short hair brown tabby (ID No. A430917).
In remembrance of the 14th anniversary of the 9/11 tragedy, South King Fire and Rescue will hold its annual 9/11 memorial service at noon on Sept. 11 at fire Station 64 (3700 S. 320th St., Federal Way).
This summer, 243 students from low-income families in Federal Way have books at home to read.
Thousands crowded into Saghalie Park on Saturday for the Desna Cup and Cultural Festival.
Fuchsia Days, a special five day celebration of hardy fuchsias at PowellsWood Garden, is hosted incollaboration with Tahoma Fuchsia Society and Puyallup Valley Fuchsia Society.
A trip to Belize would typically mean someone would have to pack sunscreen and a nice bathing suit. For Abbi Smith, the list is a little bit different: gauze, ointments and CPR mannequins.
BECU young members are excelling in the classroom and the community.
Umpqua Bank recently awarded $6,000 to Communities in Schools,
Members of the Federal Way Lions Club selected popular community activist Dick Mayer as their 2015 Lion of the Year.
It only takes 10 minutes for a car to reach deadly temperatures for a child or pet trapped inside.