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Lori and Jeff Allen and their daughter, Savannah, keep a beloved local holiday tradition alive.
In late February, the Federal Way Public Schools district hit the mark of one million meals provided so far this school year. Dedicated Nutrition Services… Continue reading
In coordination with President Joe Biden’s order honoring the more than 500,000 Americans who have lost their lives to COVID-19, Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell… Continue reading
Federal Way resident Fartun Mohamed was reappointed to the Mental Illness and Drug Dependency (MIDD) Advisory Committee by the Metropolitan King County Council on Feb.… Continue reading
The Federal Way resident now leads the largest caucus of Black representatives in Washington state’s history.
All lanes between S. 204th Street and S. 208th Street closed Friday night to Sunday night; detours available.
The Federal Way Public Schools (FWPS) Highly Capable Program referral window is closing soon. FWPS staff, families, community members and scholars may refer a student… Continue reading
Due to the pandemic, the nonprofit created a five-day drive thru pick up event.
Free masks, hand sanitizer from noon to 3 p.m. at both Safeway locations in Federal Way.
Federal Way’s financial legislative asks include COVID-19 relief, expansion of broadband internet, crime and public safety.
The donation will be used for continuing rental assistance programs in early 2021.
The Federal Way Municipal Court has several upcoming closures in the month of December. The City of Federal Way Municipal Court will be closed to… Continue reading
Police department will be fully funded while adding three officers.
Two suspects from Auburn have been charged with first-degree robbery and a hate crime in the severe beating of a Black man in Federal Way.… Continue reading
Federal Way Public Schools partnered with SKFR, Local IAFF 2024, the Aid Fund and the South King Firefighters Foundation to host the eighth annual two-day event.
Department received 2019 Circle of Honor fundraising plaque and a Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) torch award on Oct. 26.
Jeanne Burbidge was awarded MSC’s second-annual Help, Hope, Change award.
Over three weeks, more than 250 people voted in the contest.
Renters assistance grant offered through El Centro de la Raza
Virtual meeting from 7-9 p.m. Oct. 14