Volunteers at fireworks stand and city officials encourage residents to use fireworks safely this Independence Day.
Council also discusses fire danger due to drought and impact fees for not only schools, but also parks and transportation.
Five people rescued from the water; not all were wearing life jackets.
Superintendent says he'd need a decision by end of calendar year.
520 will close from 11 p.m. Friday to 5 a.m. Monday.
Islanders start online petitions to say they want a PCC.
As a member of the Northwest comedy scene, Rivers is at a critical juncture in his career: Opening for popular headliners and making a living from any gig he can get, at home or on the road. He’ll headline Laughs Comedy Spot July 2 and 3.
West Mercer Way house, built in 1885, went on the market Monday.
The Red Headed Stranger himself, Willie Nelson, is coming to Redmond.
A park on Mercer Island received a special visit from a woodland friend last week.
One of three finalists submitted to the Elementary No. 4 naming committee, the name was suggested by Lakeridge Elementary fifth-grader Lainie Wion.
Technology columnist Skip Ferderber explains how to listen to Internet radio stations in older cars.
Drop off items from 9 a.m. to noon at the Mercer Island campus.
City seeks input from public and stakeholders to plan for 2035.
City Council to take a ‘back seat’ in negotiations.
Many in poor condition, double-sized portables to be saved.
After delays, Fire Station 92 is open for business.
The board moved to apply a 25 percent adjustment for single-family homes and a 10 percent adjustment for multi-family homes.
Car collides with lamppost after police pursuit; man trespassed from Walgreens and other police incidents.
Firm reports seeing rise in threats over last two months