Renovations to be paid by bond approved in 2004, will move to temp space.
A 27-year-old man tried to cash a stolen, forged a $550 check at the Farmer’s Insurance Credit Union at 1:30 p.m. on Monday, June 3. He gave his driver’s license information during the attempt, and a surveillance camera recorded the incident.
The temporary I-5 bridge replacement across the Skagit River opened to traffic on Wednesday morning, June 19.
The Mercer Island School District Board of Directors will hold their annual retreat on June 24-25 at the Mercer Island High School library. The meeting is set to begin at 8 a.m. and conclude by 4 p.m.
A revenue forecast released today shows economic growth in Washington is slow but steady and may prove strong enough to drive state lawmakers to an elusive agreementon the state budget in time to avert a government shutdown.
College awards 2,600 degrees at Commencement Ceremony at Key Arena, June 14
Skagit bridge fix will still leave it obsolete. Millions of tax dollars are being spent to temporarily fix and then permanently repair the I-5 bridge that collapsed into the Skagit River.
The Mercer Island City Council discussed two proposals that would involve construction on the edges of Mercerdale Park at their mini-planning session on Saturday, June 8.
A East King County town hall has been scheduled for Wednesday, June 19 in Bellevue to discuss transportation.
The King County Council recently adopted legislation that ensures "qualified service personnel pay equity regardless of when they joined the Uniformed Services or are called into service."
The Washington State Legislature was forced to its second special session of the year after lawmakers in Olympia were unable to reach a deal on a state budget.
King County and other local police agencies have teamed up to create a new task force to investigate police shootings.
State Superintendent Randy Dorn said he was disappointed that no budget was passed by the Legislature and that a second special session will begin on Wednesday, June 12.
The Mercer Island Fire Department, which partners with King County's Medic One emergency medical care system, was commended for its top notch service.
The Washington State Liquor Control Board (WSLCB) on Monday issued dates for filing its recreational marijuana draft rules.
Between May 20 and June 2 extra law enforcement patrolled King County roads looking for unbuckled drivers and passengers, and motorists using their cell phones or other electronic devices.
Efforts to continue to ensure that the impacts of I-90 tolling on Mercer Island and the surrounding communities are fully understood
Lindquist receives club's Achievement Award for commitment to colon cancer awareness and prevention through the Mercer Island Rotary Run.
Gov. Jay Inslee is preparing today for the possibility that lawmakers will fail to reach a budget deal in time to avert a government shutdown.
An unidentified man entered a business through an unlocked back door in the 3000 block of 78th Avenue S.E., stole a woman's wallet and used the victim's debit card at a nearby service station.