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t ‘Climate’ is what you expect, not what you get
Jane Carol Britt was found dead in her car March 19
Federal Way could be home to a jail before December 2012.
The city council is willing to take steps toward making Federal Way an environmentally-friendly city, but is not ready to pursue long-term annual funding.
John Southern, 44, had no way of knowing it at the time, but he saved lives when he shot himself in the head eight years ago.
There are angels in Federal Way.
Christine Peterson wrote in desperation a letter to people like President Bush, Oprah Winfrey and Montel Williams, asking the question: Have you ever met anyone with ALS?
Federal Way’s Festival Days will not take place in 2008, according to Bob Hitchcock, a member of the festival committee.
A total of $895,000 is up for grabs to Federal Way nonprofit groups and public agencies looking to improve the quality of life for select groups of residents.
With wedding season approaching, many brides-to-be are dreaming of their big day at a venue in Seattle or on the Eastside.
In a corner close to North Military Road and Lake Dolloff Elementary School hides a blueberry paradise for anyone who has a love of natural escapades.
Things are even tougher this year for Federal Way students who are in need of clothing.
A male nursing assistant is being held on $1 million bail in connection with the March 18 homicide of Federal Way resident Jane Britt, 75.
Aid for the city’s low-income and homeless will come in the form of school uniforms and weekly dinners, thanks to the Federal Way Mission Church.
• On April 9, SCI will begin final grading in preparation for paving between the View at Redondo Apartments and the Buddhist Learning Center, 28621 Pacific Highway S. Crushed rock and asphalt pavement will be placed the week of April 14, weather permitting. The driveway and parking lot at Western Union Checkmate, 28722 Pacific Highway S., will be restored at this time.
After living away from Colombia for almost 20 years, Federal Way resident Carolyn Acosta decided it was time to help the needs of her native country — even if that meant working from afar.
Federal Way police officer JulieAnn Benjert does not brandish a cape or have any inhuman abilities — but she is still considered a hero.
If parents haven’t yet talked to their fifth- or sixth-grade students about underage drinking, it might be too late.