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May 2017 blaze destroyed nine businesses in Federal Way’s downtown core
Dr. David Velling has specialized in pain management for two decades
Longtime multimedia sales representative Cindy Ducich has been promoted to sales manager for the Federal Way Mirror. Ducich, who first joined the Mirror in 2009,… Continue reading
Joint Rivers in Auburn is the first marijuana outlet in the state to offer the service
Polly Shepherd has been named the new publisher of the Federal Way Mirror. As regional publisher for Sound Publishing’s South King County titles, Shepherd already… Continue reading
About 40 percent of Washington jobs are tied to international trade.
On June 25, more than 120 garden center owners and industry leaders from across the United States toured Branches Garden Center, 3909 S 320th St.,… Continue reading
Rebecca Martin will serve a three-year term on the Certified Chamber Executive Commission.
Dr. Curtis Baxstrom of Northwest Vision & Learning Center in Federal Way has been named the 2018 recipient of the G.N. Getman Award by the… Continue reading
Thomas Edward Gates has a law practice in Tukwila
BBB warns of con artists targeting online job hunters
Membership in the Chamber of Commerce is a smart business investment. While accurate, it’s pretty dry business-speak that in no way captures the very real… Continue reading
Samantha L’Allier has worked in senior care since she was 17.
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