City considers contracting with Metro to save bus service on the Island.
Mercer Island High School Science teacher Julia DeBroux is one of 20 high school educators who have spent part of her summer improving science education.
Bright colors spill from baskets of tomatoes, zucchini and summer squash at the Farmers Market last Sunday.
Mercer Island, Bellevue, and Eastside Fire & Rescue Departments responded to a house fire at 3406 97th Ave S.E. around 8:30 p.m. Friday, July 25.
Changes are ahead for Islanders who are looking to get their musical instruments fixed or a bicycle tuned up just in time for school.
On Wednesday, just before midnight, Albertson’s employees reported that two people had stolen alcohol and fled in a dark-colored SUV. The vehicle seemed to have been occupied by three people, according to the reporting party.
MI Center for the Arts also gets a piece of Mercerdale Park
Traffic volumes fell between 40 and 60 percent during lane closures.
Just 3 of the 16 Island routes will be left untouched, City to consider ‘buybacks’.
The Mercer Island City Council will hold a public hearing at its regular meeting in August to discuss creating a Transportation Benefit District; Parks and Rec to consider repairs to Groveland.
The Washington State Department of Transportation will close all lanes of Interstate-90 across Lake Washington in order to accommodate air show practices and performances of the six Navy jets during a four-day period.
An Action Athletics cheer team member soars among the trees lining 78th Avenue Southeast, thrown aloft by her teammates in the Summer Celebration! Grand Parade on July 12.
Reacting to an unsatisfying resolution with the King County Library System (KCLS), City Council on Monday, July 7, created a Library Advisory Board to force continued dialogue about the library remodel.
Donations of cash or diapers accepted until Saturday morning at Eastside Baby Corner at 1510 NW Maple Street in Issaquah
As of Sunday morning, contractor crews had replaced half of two of the huge expansion joints on I-90 at the East Channel Bridge.
The book, released last month and entitled, “Distant Replay!” is a 359-page history of Jewish Washingtonians involved in sports.
Theft, car prowls reported out of Mercer Apartments; Islander loses over $4,000 to mail scam.
Annual city ‘Dashboard Report’ reflects well on city operations, staff.
Linking buses to trains requires land; extra parking not yet included
Kevin Velasco was released from rehab Saturday evening, July 12. He'd been there almost a month battling heroin addiction. By Monday morning, he was dead.