The days surrounding the Fourth of July can be an endless series of explosions, piercing whistles, bright lights, shouts and confusion. To your pet, the whole world seems to be under attack.
As Tonya Pane took her 15-year-old son to his driver’s ed class, she asked him what he liked about his school.
The King County Green Schools Program recently recognized 55 schools for their conservation achievements.
Blood donors in Pierce and south King County will soon notice a big change in the bloodmobiles where they donate.
Lakota Community Garden made its first contribution to the Federal Way Multi-Service Center on June 26.
When Leonard Loflin was 15, growing up on 64th and McKinley in Tacoma, his mother Irene decided to encourage him and his two sisters to pick up an activity.
The Federal Way Senior Center is having a fundraising yard sale from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on July 23-25 and July 30 to Aug. 1.
Bloodworks Northwest has issued an urgent appeal for donors today after collections began to dip sharply as a result of the mounting heat wave and reduced collections caused by summer vacations.
Residents and staff of Federal Way apartments, condos and mobile home parks are encouraged to attend the city’s recycling ambassador training from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, June 30 at Federal Way City Hall, 33325 Eighth Ave. S. to become their complex’s on-site recycling expert.
Keller Williams Puget Sound realtors in Federal Way are seeking recipients for its fifth annual charity auction.
The Federal Way Police Department and South King Fire and Rescue wants to remind residents that fireworks are illegal within the city limits of Federal Way.
Missy is a 3-year-old female pit bull terrier, brindle in color, about 55 pounds (ID No. A449169).
Are you into making crafts or handy with “putting up” preserves, and want to share your creations with others?
The city of Federal Way is offering citizens a place to find relief in advance of a forecasted heat wave.
Todd Beamer High School graduate Lt. Lauren Thomas graduated in May from the University of Portland with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
Air Force Airman Eaenok Park and Airman First Class Connor D. Dunlap recently graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
Three Federal Way High School Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets recently graduated from the Hawaii Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps cadet leadership class.
Gene Sharratt was recently recognized for his dedication, passion and outstanding contributions to education by Highline College.
Twenty-two students, parents, school and city officials and Rotarians celebrated scholarship winners from the five Federal Way high schools at an awards luncheon June 4. The scholarships totaled $40,000.
Federal Way reaches a monumental milestone on June 20: the 25th anniversary of the city’s incorporation.