For the Mirror

Senate passes Wilson bill to make childcare facilities gun-free zones

Wilson said Senate Bill 5434 would help keep younger children safe from the deadly shootings that are spilling into public venues with increasing frequency.

Attorney and community volunteer Jamila Taylor running for state House seat

Victim rights advocate will bring voice for women, seniors, youth and other vulnerable populations in the criminal justice system.

El Centro de la Raza to host Federal Way open house Feb. 7

El Centro do la Raza’s programs target poverty reduction and self-sufficiency, at the individual, family and community level.

Snohomish man who recently moved to Federal Way arrested for child rape, molestation

The suspect was arrested at his place of employment in Puyallup on Jan. 30 and booked into Snohomomish County Jail.

Moore running for Pos. 1 in 30th District House race

Moore seeks election to Rep. Mike Pellicciotti’s seat as the representative runs for state treasurer.

FTA awards $790 million grant for Federal Way, Kent light rail extension.

Construction to start in 2020, be completed in 2024

Centerstage presents: ‘Let There Be Love’

The show opens Friday, Jan. 31 and runs through Sunday, Feb. 23.

New legislator Jesse Johnson gets to work in Olympia

Johnson was appointed to the Housing, Community Development Veterans Committee as well as the vice chair of the Consumer Protection Business Committee.

MLK Jr. Week kicks off at Highline College

Community invited to attend free events.

Federal Way Public Schools kindergarten registration opens Jan. 21

Two exciting activities are offered to welcome and introduce kindergarten scholars and their families to FWPS.

Federal Way resident, Jack Walsh, announces run for 30th District seat

‘Whether volunteering locally or serving on the City of Federal Way Human Services Commission, I have seen our government failing those it serves.’

Federal Way Public Schools to host free vaccination clinic for K-12 students

The free vaccination clinic has been rescheduled for 3-8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 23 at Federal Way High School.

Federal Way Council member Moore will run for 30th District House seat

Martin Moore is running as an independent/Republican, seeks to take to Olympia his experience building consensus and helping most vulnerable.

Rainier Junior Rugby Club to host skills camp for new players

In partnership with players the Seattle Saracens Rugby Club, the camp is held Jan. 11 for boys and girls in first through 12th grade.

Federal investments push Federal Way light rail project forward

Actions will enable critical project to enter construction in early 2020.

Local estate awards $10 million to local colleges

Seventeen technical and community colleges will use the funds for scholarships, grants.

Federal Way Public Schools Highly Capable Program referral open through Jan. 10

Program provides services to scholars who are designated as highly capable learners.

South King Tool Library bulb sale Dec. 11

Anyone interested in lowering their carbon footprint (and saving on energy) is encouraged to attend the bulb sale.

Federal Way hosts ribbon-cutting ceremony for Town Center steps project

Local dignitaries will gather Dec. 4 to cut the ribbon to celebrate the completion of the Town Center steps project.

Federal Way offers warming shelter due to inclement weather conditions

The Federal Way Community Center is available as a respite from extremely cold temperatures.