Q: Mr. Federal Way, I just read about the city paying $2 million more than the initial asking price for the Town Center property. What’s up with that?
The Federal Way City Council voted on Tuesday to purchase the former Target property for $8.2 million.
What do Carol Gregory, Shari Song, Greg Baruso, Roger Flygare, Richard Champion and Martin Moore have in common?
Q: Mr. Federal Way, we were so disappointed that the Mirror did not cover the recent “Shindig” fundraiser for the Performing Arts and Conference Center. Why doesn’t the Mirror support such a worthwhile project?
Cheers to Federal Way Municipal Court Judge David Larson for raising awareness about how domestic violence affects our community.
Are you burning leaves? No, it's Gov. Jay Inslee's climate plan.
Turnout, turnout, turnout! Those who vote get to decide for everyone else what is important and who wins!
Every once in a while, I get a phone call from a parent who has found porn sites on their child’s internet history. They’ve already discussed internet safety with their child; she or he is a great kid and the parents are in shock. What should they do?
Q: Mr. Federal Way, the city insists on those traffic cams at the intersection of 320th Street and Pacific Highway South (among other intersections) for safety reasons. OK, fine. But why is it OK to have a carpool lane that abruptly disappears almost as soon as you cross Pacific Highway South going east to west? I don’t think that is safe. Do you?
“During the few years allotted to each of us we are the guardians of the earth.
Voted yes on Initiative 594; voted yes on Initiative 591.
In March 2011, the Mirror formed the editorial board with the purpose of bringing together community members of the greater Federal Way area to address important issues.
How could Federal Way be ranked the ninth most stressful city in the state?
Earlier this month, I stepped into another woman’s shoes and experienced what her life felt like leading up to her murder.
Q: Mr. Federal Way, have you noticed the flag on South 320th Street is at half-staff? Why is that?
If you like public policy debates about what government should, or shouldn’t do, or about what government’s priorities are or should be, you’re going to love the debate about the 2008 King County Budget.