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In stark contrast to last year’s 700-member live audience, Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell delivered the annual State of the City address virtually on Feb.… Continue reading
Following is a sample from the Federal Way police log Feb. 17-21
The Mirror asked various officials about their favorite books and current reads.
The driver ran a red light and was confronted by police within minutes of stealing the car.
Questions about future public benefit remain.
First sports season to start Monday, March 8.
Councilmember Greg Baruso announced his run for election to Federal Way City Council Position 2. Baruso was appointed to council in March 2020 after a… Continue reading
Following is a sample from the Federal Way police log Feb. 10-16
No new cases found as of Feb. 15, hospital says.
Minor injuries reported from the two-car collision.
Don McConnaughey was the ‘architect of the Highline College athletic department.’
Over a foot of snow fell in the Puget Sound area over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
Sound Transit aiming for mid-2021 finish of design-build contract.
One year after the bonsai burglary, the Pacific Bonsai Museum is finding some silver linings. Two bonsai trees, estimated to be worth thousands of dollars,… Continue reading
Following is a sample from the Federal Way police log Feb. 4-9.
Proclamation recognizes the ‘valuable and lasting’ contributions made by the African American community to Federal Way.
Overnight shelter open at the Federal Way Community Center from 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. through the weekend.
Old Navy, Azteca Mexican Restaurant now open.
Investigation shows no connection between victim and suspect, who was fatally shot by Seattle officers.
School district offers hybrid and remote learning; some students may get new teacher to accommodate learning model options.