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Federal Way couple opens first U.S. location of Canadian restaurant
Three professionals will be recognized by hundreds of their peers at the Washington Health Care Association (WHCA) conference in Spokane on May 23 for excellence… Continue reading
Life Care Center of Federal Way names new executive director Samantha L’Allier was recently named executive director at Life Care Center of Federal Way, a… Continue reading
Four years ago, I arrived in the Pacific Northwest as the new CEO of the Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce and in May attended… Continue reading
Josh O’Connor, publisher of The Daily Herald in Everett, has been appointed President/Publisher of Sound Publishing, which produces 42 titles in the state including the… Continue reading
The Chayah Movement will host a clothing swap April 21 in Federal Way.
One year before I entered business school as an MBA student, I was an eager and passionate student journalist who was months away from graduating… Continue reading
The drive-thru coffee shop with the cult following is located at 27525 Pacific Highway S.
The Chamber remains focused on the impact taxation has on economic development efforts.
Popular family-owned burger joint expected to open in October on West Hill
Store relocated from Center Plaza to 30817 Pacific Highway S., Suite B.
Nearly 70 employees at the company’s Salmolux division are affected.
The chamber will conduct a tourism enhancement study.
Loftium will provide to $50,000 if buyers list spare room on Airbnb.
Kimberly DeMile, owner of Federal Way Jazzercise, recently started a local chapter of BAM.
Jet Chevrolet advertised in the Mirror’s inaugural edition and is still doing business today.
Federal Way’s first indoor dog park opened Jan. 18.
The Mirror has received multiple awards over the past 20 years for its journalism and advertising.
Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce CEO says business retention is a top priority.
Center offers part- and full-day preschool program for 100 students.