A Federal Way family, originally from Moldova, now has a home just in time for the holiday season thanks to Habitat for Humanity and Bank of America.
Air Force Airmen Trevor S. Stephens and Sierra R. Warriner graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
Leaders from early learning, K-12 and higher education as well as numerous youth and family services organizations have banded together to form a coalition supporting a cradle-through-college state investment strategy.
The Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce will feature keynote speaker Sally McLean, superintendent of Federal Way Public Schools, during its community impact luncheon on Jan. 7.
Sen. Joe Fain, R-Auburn, hosted the Leadership Institute of South Puget Sound on Wednesday at the Washington State Capitol in Olympia.
Metro Transit will close out 2014 with an all-time high in number of bus trips taken in King County.
The following is a sample from the Federal Way police log:
After spending her entire childhood trying to get her mother to show her love, April Knight, 71, finally decided to forgive her and let her go.
Mother-of-five Veronica Bucio stood in line at Grace Church with her children, waiting to get their photo taken with Santa Claus.
To say that the Federal Way High School basketball team has started their season well is putting things mildly. The team is 5-0 and has won each game by at least 24 points so far.
Q: Mr. Federal Way, I heard a Federal Way resident is using a drone to spy on his neighbor. Is this true?
Sometimes, being a sexuality educator is a pain.
A Federal Way woman recently filed a police report alleging her neighbor of harassing her with his drone, a remote controlled pilotless aircraft.
Meredith Hill Elementary is out of power due to an outage affecting the area.
The Government Affairs Committee with the Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce met with a Sound Transit representative last week to learn about Sound Transit’s plans for the upcoming Washington state Legislative session to request additional taxing authority for a third regional transit ballot measure.
Gov. Jay Inslee on Monday released his budget proposal regarding K-12 education.
A prolific robber, thought to be responsible for robbing seven other 7-Eleven convenience stores in South Puget Sound, has robbed again.
Resident response to the idea of a tool library in Federal Way has been positive so far, leading the city, its partners at Zero Waste Washington and a group of interested residents to begin hunting for possible “storefront” locations.
Todd Beamer High School students came to teach Lakota middle schoolers about computer programming.
Federal Way resident Hester Mallonee, 56, remembers sitting in her mother’s room as a child, reading and looking at pictures of art books.