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Police seek public’s help to identify suspect who stole athletic equipment from Sequoyah Middle School
“We know the video quality isn’t great, but perhaps someone recognizes this guy or maybe that safety jacket,” stated the King County Sheriff’s Office.
Lehmbecker Law firm focuses on advocacy for all types of personal injury cases.
The donations will benefit seniors at the Federal Way Senior Center.
Rebecca Martin said it’s critical the chamber continues to build on the strategic foundation for economic opportunities in the region.
Holiday gift bazaar is open is open Dec. 16-22 and Dec. 23-24.
‘Sometimes … you take a chance on something and find out it maybe wasn’t the best move.’
Hear from candidates running for seats on the Federal Way Public Schools Board and the Federal Way City Council.
Proceeds from Oct. 5 performance to benefit the Arts 4 Youth program.
Coffee with a Cop will be held at B&R Espresso Wednesday, Oct. 2.
The six championship games will be at Sparks Stadium, Harry E. Lang Stadium and Mount Tahoma Stadium.
Federal Way City Council candidates Linda Kochmar and Mark Koppang respond to resident’s question.
Two month investigation finds that smoke shop manager sold marijuana, heroin, cocaine and more to kids.
Retired FDNY Capt. Michael Dugan will speak during the event at Station 64.
The end of summer celebration will be held 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14.
In addition to the backpack and clothing giveaway, beautician school volunteers, homeless and housing assistance resources, various labor unions will host workshops and more.
King County awards $1.5M to South King County Senior Centers and Resources to help serve diverse population
Twenty-eight senior centers will form 14 hubs for targeted senior services around the region.
The first 150 kids will receive a free backpack with school supplies.
The initiative would create good cause eviction protections for renters.
The Broadway musical, which runs Aug. 2-4 and 9-11, is based on the classic Americana story written by Louisa May Alcott.
Proceeds help enable FUSION to raise funds to provide professional case management for each of the families the organization serves.