For the Mirror

Federal Way Council member Jesse Johnson announces run for state representative

Jesse Johnson seeks to fill position of State Rep. Mike Pellicciotti.

 

Federal Way mayor’s food drive brings in record 6.6 tons of donations

Waste Management delivered all donated items to the Multi-Service Center in Federal Way.

 

Sound Transit CEO provides updates on light rail link extensions at Good Eggs breakfast

Rogoff discussed ways to provide transit options for the 1.8 million new people projected to move to the region by 2050.

 

Free recycle event this Saturday at Wild Waves

Drop-off a variety of bulky or difficult-to-recycle items at no cost, including appliances, scrap metal, large branches, tires, mattresses, electronics, styrofoam and confidential documents.

Federal Way girls golf battles Thomas Jefferson, Auburn Mountainview

Federal Way earns season high of 36 points at Sept. 12 match.

Thomas Jefferson girls soccer opens season with 10-0 win against Decatur

TJHS takes on Auburn Riverside Friday, Sept. 20.

Rebecca Martin announces bid for 30th District House seat in 2020

Federal Way Chamber CEO will seek the 30th District seat left open as current state Rep. Mike Pellicciotti runs for state treasurer.

Decatur girls golf outshines Federal Way at Tuesday match

Federal Way’s Alyssa Iverson, McKenna Hulse lead the Eagles; Decatur’s Claire Xu named match medalist.

Thomas Jefferson boys tennis starts season with a victory

TJHS beat Auburn 5-0 on Tuesday.

Lottery win makes Tacoma couple’s 30th anniversary more memorable

Wife purchased winning ticket at Fred Meyer in Federal Way.

Federal Way student enjoys rewarding Waste Management internship

This internship has taken me back to places such as Steele Lake Park that I enjoyed as a child.

Response to cannabis ‘con artists’

After four years, those who want pot shops still fail to accept the results of a fair and legitimate election.

Federal Way tax preparer sentenced to 1 year in false tax returns scheme

Defendant’s clients were primarily immigrants with little knowledge of the tax system and limited language skills.

Back to school safe walking tips

Do not double-park, stop in crosswalks, or interfere with school buses in the busloading area of a school.

Federal Way welcomes new teachers at annual breakfast

‘In building young scholars up, teachers supply us with the next artists, the next public servants, and the next leaders. You shape our future.’

Federal Way’s Pacific Bonsai Museum collaborating with artists for Seattle Design Festival exhibition

“Shapeshifters: The Alchemy of Bonsai and Design” will be on display in Seattle Aug. 16-25.

Companies purchase Waterbury Park Apartments in Federal Way for $56M

RISE Properties Trust aims to restore aging, 236-unit multifamily property.

Flavor of Federal Way set for Aug. 10

Free multicultural festival will feature kid’s activities, food vendors, an entertainment stage and more.

Fill the Canoe School Supply Drive begins this week

All new school supplies donated during this time will be matched pound-for-pound by Red Canoe Credit Union.

Federal Way Lions Club awards 10 scholarships

Scholarship car show set for Aug. 24 in Federal Way.