Federal Way's Multi-Service Center and honorary co-chairs Lydia Assefa-Dawson, Jim Berrios and Yolanda Trout-Manuel will hold the third annual MSC Helps fundraising luncheon on Thursday to benefit Multi-Service Center.
Around 50 local employers with full-time, part-time and temporary job openings will be at Highline College's Fall Job Fair.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the Federal Way Coalition Against Trafficking and the Federal Way Domestic Violence Task Force are inviting the community to join them in saying, "No More."
Candidates for governor, Superintendent of Public Instruction and Legislative Districts 30 and 48 will be at the Korean American Coalition's candidate forum on Sunday.
The Multicultural Book Club will hold its next meeting at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 25, at the Federal Way 320th Library (848 S. 320th St.).
Kano is a 2-year-old male Pit Bull Terrier and Boxer Mix who weighs about 75 lbs (ID #A498049).
The Federal Way Women's Club will host their next luncheon on Wednesday, Oct. 19, at 11 a.m. at the Twin Lakes Golf and Country Club (3583 SW 320th St., Federal Way). The event is open to the public for $15.
EarthCorps is inviting volunteers to help improve the health of forested parks across Federal Way this autumn.
When we silence our own voice and we do not share out our story and authentic word, we are not only selling our family and coworkers short, but ultimately we are selling our own selves short.
For the fifth consecutive year, TAF Academy has been recognized as a "School of Distinction" for its commitment to improving student outcomes.
A screening mammogram is the best way to detect breast cancer early. The earlier cancer is detected, the greater the chance it can be treated successfully.
The Reach Out Breakfast, an annual fundraiser for the non-denominational collection of local churches that was held Sept. 27, raised thousands of dollars in donations and recognized community volunteers that help the group serve the homeless in South King County. Sharry Edwards, far left, and Jonathan Nguyen, middle, both of Federal Way, were honored with Reach Out's "Pay It Forward" award for their efforts to aid the indigent. Photo courtesy of Mike Dziak
Six students from Federal Way have earned undergraduate degrees for the summer 2016 semester from Washington State University. Those students are
Peanut is a 12-year-old female cat, domestic shorthair, orange Tabby (ID #A499935).
Candidates in the race for both Legislative District 30 state House seats will attend the Mirror's annual debate next week, and everyone in the community is encouraged to attend.
Tour the cabins of two pioneers and enjoy the boardwalk of a rare, picturesque 120-acre wetlands preserve located less than a mile from I-5.
Federal Wayans can help ensure local foster children find their favorite kicks by donating new shoes to Sleep Train's Shoe Drive for Foster Kids.
The 2016 Mayor's Day of Concern for the Hungry collected 7,800 pounds of food for the Multi-Service Center's food bank, according to Multi-Service Center CEO Robin Corak.
Several community members spent some of their Wednesday, Sept. 14, at the corner of South 320th Street and Pacificy Highway South to show their support for local peacekeepers.
For the 15th straight year, Fright Fest at Wild Waves Theme Park (36201 Enchanted Parkway S., Federal Way) will be open from Sept. 30 to Oct. 30.