Jessica Keller

Federal Way City Council imposes one-year moratorium on new self-storage facilities in city

A dramatic increase in the number of applications and pre-applications for self-storage facilities in the city has prompted the Federal Way City Council to put… Continue reading

‘Where there’s a need, there’s a Lion’

From providing health screenings at the farmers market to vision checks for children and much more, the Federal Way Lions Club stays busy helping the… Continue reading

Eagle volleyball coach Walker’s work off the court leading to big gains

For the first time since Donja Walker became head coach of the Federal Way High School volleyball team in 2009, she will be able to… Continue reading

No capital budget stalls critical projects in Federal Way

The failure of lawmakers to pass a state capital budget this year means millions of dollars are in limbo for critical projects in Federal Way.… Continue reading

Diabetes doesn’t slow sisters down

For sisters Evie and Lilly Tucker, living with the challenges of diabetes is something they must endure. Taking control of their illnesses while maintaining regular… Continue reading

City excited for expansion of DaVita corporate offices in Federal Way

After months of work and discussion between city of Federal Way staff and DaVita representatives, the kidney dialysis company is prepared to move its last… Continue reading

Federal Way City Council quashes safe injection sites for heroin addicts within city

If a safe heroin injection site is opened in South King County, as rumors have recently suggested, it will not be in Federal Way. The… Continue reading

Update: Ferrell, Honda likely to advance, council primary race still close

Based on early primary election results, the top two candidates vying for the Federal Way mayor’s seat are likely set, while two candidates in the… Continue reading

Citizen of the Month: District employee helps students succeed as school supply drive organizer

This August, for the last time in more than 17 years, Federal Way Public Schools Business Application Manager David Wilson will organize his last school… Continue reading

FUSION Decor Boutique getting fresh start at new location

With more square footage, a loading dock and garage, a better layout and more light, FUSION Decor Boutique’s move uptown to a new location has… Continue reading

PAEC inaugural season opens with Beatles tribute band

While finishing touches are being put on the almost-complete Performing Arts &Event Center, which is set to open Aug. 19, a full slate of performances… Continue reading

Fire destroys Federal Way home Wednesday morning

No one was injured in a fire that destroyed a home in Federal Way Wednesday morning. South King Fire & Rescue was called to the… Continue reading

Strong parks system enhances city’s livability

With more than 30 parks in Federal Way, residents of all ages have plenty of recreation areas from which to choose for exercise, play or… Continue reading

Federal Way man arrested on suspicion of vehicular homicide, arson

Law enforcement officers arrested a Federal Way man Thursday in connection with a fatal hit-and-run incident in April. According to a Washington State Police press… Continue reading

Council candidates share ideas on shaping city’s future at forum

Residents will have a lot to ponder when casting their votes in the Aug. 1 primary to determine which two Federal Way City Council Position… Continue reading

Updated: Federal Way mayor’s adviser McNey resigns after incident involving police, will not face criminal charges

Federal Way Senior Adviser to the Mayor Steve McNey resigned his position following an incident involving Federal Way police Sunday evening. According to a statement… Continue reading

Federal Way mayor’s race heating up with candidates zeroing in on issues

In addition to the four candidates running for City Council position 4, Federal Way voters will also be deciding who will advance to the general… Continue reading

A fruitful venture: Winery opening up new opportunities in Federal Way

Tucked away in the urban hustle and bustle, Federal Way’s first winery is carving out a niche — one grape, one vine and one acre… Continue reading

Police, human services, development catchwords in council primary race

Editor’s Note: Read about the candidates in the Federal Way mayoral primary race in the July 7 edition of the Mirror, or check out the… Continue reading

For Todd Beamer graduate Bird, technology a life-changer, future career

Todd Beamer High School graduate Sam Bird has always been interested technology, even as a young child. First, her father got Bird her first video… Continue reading