A Q&A with artist John Sisko about the 9/11 beams artwork.
A newspaper reporter who is a medic with the Washington National Guard describes days in the ‘black zone’
The Mercer Island City Council will hold a public hearing to determine a position on I-594 concerning background checks for gun ownership at its regular meeting Sept. 2
Private sector jobs up, while public sector jobs fall.
A Washington State Patrol lieutenant who was driving a motorhome used as a mobile DUI processing center pulled over a driver for suspicion of DUI.
The $55 million annual budget provides for the very smallest items — such as filling a gas tank to hiring a technology specialist, to the very largest — the construction of a new elementary school
Artists and others given notice in March and April.
YFS shop changes donation policy, cancels remodel plans.
Owners Jeff and Lara Sanderson of Stopsky's Deli announced today that Homegrown Sandwich Shop will move into their old space.
Website estimates cost of drunk driving in dollars and cents; a DUI on MI is 17th costliest in state.
After nearly three-and-a-half years in business, and just as many on the Island, Jeff and Lara Sanderson announced they’d sold the space they’d called home since 2011.
Leak from old fuel tanks not discovered until 2004.
Mercer Island School District posted on its website changes to bus routes for the 2014-15 school year.
Man seen near school four times. Parents, neighbors encouraged to call police if they see any suspicious activity.
Traffic offenses also up, while adult arrests have slightly decreased.
Over 100 participants took to the waters of Lake Washington in various watercraft to paddle across the East Channel and back to raise money and awareness of childhood cancers.
Property owners who believe assessed value exceeds market value may challenge online.
On Mercer Island, 48 single family homes and condos were added to the market in July bringing the total of housing units offered for sale on the Island to 105; 15 percent less than were added a year ago.
2014 property valuation notices arrive in the mail.
A beloved Island deli will shut its doors this week after "three fantastic, roller-coaster years"