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A $10 donation provides five meals for St. Francis Hospital workers at May 6 event.
Both measures were approved unanimously at Tuesday night’s virtual council meeting.
The Washington comprehensive sex education bill passed in the Senate on March 7.
The Federal Way Community Center, Dumas Bay Centre and PAEC to remain closed through April 27.
Mayor places freeze on landlord late fees charged to renters; City also to donate $15,000 to Multi-Service Center food bank.
The club donated $3,500 to Communities In Schools to help feed more students; $3,500 to local churches to provide groceries to those in need.
During the first week of this crisis, MSC has seen a 25% increase in the number of customers to the food bank that serves the Federal Way School District area.
The meeting at noon Friday, March 20 will include representatives from the Federal Way Police Department, South King Fire Rescue and others.
Federal Way mayor activates Emergency Operations Center; Permit Center closes for in-person business
City of Federal Way’s weekly update regarding COVID-19 prevention.
The court is rescheduling hearings to take place after May 1 unless the case involves a threat to public safety.
The closures will take effect Thursday, March 12 through March 31.
Couple honored for their work to help others in the Federal Way, Auburn communities.
Pages assume a wide variety of responsibilities, from presenting the flags to distributing amendments on the House floor.
Low-income households encouraged to apply by Feb. 25; 2,500 to make list.
The legislation passed by the Senate on Monday would bar juvenile holding facilities from subjecting teens to solitary confinement.
Kochmar completed more than 60 hours of training credits and demonstrated community service.
Wilson said Senate Bill 5434 would help keep younger children safe from the deadly shootings that are spilling into public venues with increasing frequency.
Victim rights advocate will bring voice for women, seniors, youth and other vulnerable populations in the criminal justice system.
El Centro do la Raza’s programs target poverty reduction and self-sufficiency, at the individual, family and community level.
The suspect was arrested at his place of employment in Puyallup on Jan. 30 and booked into Snohomomish County Jail.