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Mile-long traffic jams, bus crashes, a grim forecast ahead — things have been chaotic since snow hit Western Washington earlier this week. But for most of the kids in the region, snow just means a day off and some unbridled fun. Mercer Island Reporter photographer Chad Coleman caught a few kids taking advantage of the snow earlier today at Mercer Island's Homestead Field. Enjoy. Then get out in the snow.
Community Events, May 2015
On May 24, the Cruise on Colby Avenue took over Everett, Wash., with classic cars, movie car-icons and just some plain cool cars. “If I had to guess, I would say 100 [or more],” said Danielle McClory, a cruise purviewer. “We saw Corvettes, Mustangs, El Caminos, and an entire line of VW bugs and buses,...
The lack of funding for maintenance and expansion of current roads is severely lacking and both the state and federal legislatures know this, however they still can’t find the funding to keep roads vehicle-safe. On July 1, approximately 5,000 Oregon drivers will start begin volunteering in a pay-by-mile program which will charge road users $0.015...
Every day, roughly 10,000 members of the Baby Boomer generation – those born between 1946 and 1964 – reach the official retirement age of 65. Many will continue to enjoy a high level of physical and mental health and be better off in multiple aspects than preceding generations. But a growing number will suffer from steep decline...
It’s no secret that when it’s time to hurry up and get to the holiday party, that’s when traffic is the worst. Here’s a quick guide to traveling in the Puget Sound this holiday weekend. 1) Early bird gets the worm The earlier you leave the less people will be on the road, no matter...