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King County Metro’s new fare of $2.75 aims to make riding transit more convenient and avoid confusion over fare payment that leads to delays in… Continue reading
Two students from Federal Way were among 82 students from throughout Washington to receive Comcast NBCUniversal’s Leaders and Achievers Scholarship for the 2018-19 school year.… Continue reading
Volunteers from Federal Way, Milton team up to clean up Pac Highway
Federal Way’s Claire Xu tied for low amateur honors
The Federal Way Multi-Service Center is providing free meals to children this summer. Meals will be served Mondays through Fridays through Aug. 28. There is… Continue reading
Residents are encouraged to attend organized Fourth of July celebrations
Federal Way Municipal Court was part of a survey in 2017 that revealed a low rate for people of color appearing for jury service both… Continue reading
Federal Way Municipal Judge Rebecca Robertson was recently installed as president of the District and Municipal Court Judges Association at the DMCJA Spring Conference. DMCJA… Continue reading
Reading at least 30 minutes a day can help prevent the “summer slide.”
About 1,400 tickets to local entertainment venues have been handed out since 2016
The class won the chat through a computer coding challenge with Code.org.
Camps run weekly from June 25 to Aug. 31
The City of Federal Way Parks Department will host a groundbreaking ceremony at 10 a.m. June 21 for the new Panther Lake Loop Trail. When… Continue reading
Dr. Curtis Baxstrom of Northwest Vision & Learning Center in Federal Way has been named the 2018 recipient of the G.N. Getman Award by the… Continue reading
Thomas Edward Gates has a law practice in Tukwila
Abdikarin Mohamed allegedly claimed two items were stolen from his car.
Event has been rescheduled for Sept. 19.
The Federal Way Police Department and South King Fire & Rescue invite youth ages 13-17 years old to apply for the summer FW Teen Safety… Continue reading
Last Saturday’s efforts focused on 320th Street
Various sites will offer free breakfasts, lunches for children