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Jim Harrer had a business opportunity in the palm of his boxing glove and didn’t even know it. Harrer, a long-time member of the iLoveKickboxing… Continue reading
Iora Primary Care of Federal Way is restoring the humanity of health care one Uber ride at a time. The car service company partnered with… Continue reading
Report: State’s economy adds more jobs in October; unemployment rate falls to 5.4 percent
Curves in Twin Lakes named Franciscan Breast Center the recipients of this year’s Breast Cancer donation drive. In addition to screening for breast cancer, Franciscan… Continue reading
Youth in Federal Way will benefit from the unanimously adopted 2017-18 King County Budget, with Federal Way Boys and Girls Club receiving funds for capital… Continue reading
Wild Waves and Enchanted Village has changed ownership – again. CNL Lifestyle Properties, the owner of the Federal Way-based theme park since 2007, recently announced… Continue reading
The Greater Federal Way Chamber recognized three businesses with impact awards as part of its annual gala on Saturday, Nov. 12. Award recipients include: Red… Continue reading
Toy drive for foster kids running through Dec. 18 From staff reports The holidays are nearly here, and Sleep Train’s Toy Drive is seeking community… Continue reading
The Federal Way Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Northwest Real Estateis located at 622 S. 320th St.
The Communicating for Business Network, a Toastmasters group geared toward business and career communications development, will hold its next meeting Friday, Nov. 18. Held at… Continue reading
As a way of saying “thank you” to military members, Brown Bear Car Wash announced it will offer free car washes to all current or… Continue reading
At Caffe D’arté, coffee-roasting is serious business. From its Federal Way operation, the Italian roaster ships its premium coffee all over the world. And it… Continue reading
Through 2022, Washington employers can receive a tax credit for hiring unemployed veterans
Over the next month, Xerox in Federal Way will add 150 new customer care associates
The Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce will hold a business briefing on transportation, addressing State Route 509 and State Route 167 (the Puget Sound Gateway Program), from 2-3 p.m.on Monday, Oct. 24 in the boardroom in the Chamber's offices (31919 1st Ave. S., Suite 202)
With about 10 percent of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport employees living in Federal Way, the Port of Seattle, which runs the airport, and the city of Federal Way have a clear and vested interest in economic development around King County.
As of Oct. 1, Washington employers can receive a tax credit for hiring unemployed veterans.
The Communicating for Business Network, a Toastmasters group geared toward business communications development, will meet on Sept. 23.