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The Monday evening festival welcomed performers of all ages and music genres.
None of the building’s units had working smoke alarms, fire official says.
May marks the sixth straight month Federal Way has seen rent increases.
Local tribal leaders told district the school name is a “a misrepresentation of a spiritual term.”
About 90 community members, leaders and elected officials gathered to celebrate on June 18, the day before the Juneteenth holiday.
Residents pressure city to clean up homeless encampments.
Mayor seeking roadway safety changes from Washington State Department of Transportation.
The goal is to implement body-worn cameras by Jan. 1, 2022.
About 1.3 million county residents have completed their COVID-19 vaccine series.
Gratitude was a common theme among seniors at this year’s Federal Way graduation ceremonies. Grateful to have made it through the year. Grateful to see… Continue reading
Eileen & Callie’s Place is hosting Celebrate 18!, a celebration and resource event, Saturday, July 17.
Pfeiffer’s salary places her as the No. 15 highest paid superintendent or district executive in the state.
Campbell is stepping down as superintendent of Federal Way Public Schools this June.
Following is a sample from the Federal Way police log June 3-8.
The 42-year-old man appeared to be suffering from a mental health crisis, police said.
Everything you need to know about Federal Way Public Schools’ graduation weekend June 10-13.
Police have detained the 44-year-old suspect.
The City of Federal Way hoping to welcome back the community with celebrations in 2022.
Monthly contests for local singers, musicians are held at the Federal Way Farmers Market.
The GOODE Foundation helps single parents connect with resources and develop a sense of hope.