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The men allegedly stole trench coats, a computer monitor and other property of Federal Way Public Schools on Jan. 24.
Washington State Patrol says a medical emergency caused the crash.
With new high-volume COVID-19 vaccination centers in neighboring cities, local residents are searching for vaccination options within Federal Way. King County Public Health — Seattle… Continue reading
Some positive cases now found on third floor; first floor outbreak discovered on Jan. 26.
Certification advances the quality of teaching and learning by maintaining high and rigorous standards, district says.
New resource removes barriers, increases health care access for students at no cost.
Larry Jones and his family are the Mirror’s Hometown Heroes for January.
Proposal may remove 132 forested acres to allow for 1.5 million square feet of new development.
Following is a sample from the Federal Way police log Jan. 20-26
Outbreak occurred in the first floor Surgical Unit between Jan. 11-26.
King County Public Health shut down the Federal Way vendor on Monday, Jan. 25.
186 residents and staff were vaccinated at the retirement communitys first clinic on Jan. 26.
Maritime Emergency Response Vessel is the only resource of its kind between Seattle and Tacoma.
A community center in the neighboring limits of Northeast Tacoma will soon become a temporary warming shelter for homeless individuals, and local residents are wondering… Continue reading
Following is a sample from the Federal Way police log Jan. 13-19
Proclamation urges people to “exercise their patriotic responsibility to strive to challenge racism until it is no more.”
The third virtual meeting to be held via Zoom from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 27.
Hosted by Make Music Federal Way, event honors nationwide deaths and 74 Federal Way residents who have died.
Fire started in the garage around 11:40 p.m. Jan. 20 near the 30100 block of 50th Lane S. in Auburn.
While no location decision has been made yet, Public Health — Seattle & King County says new sites will serve between 500-2,000 people per day.