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A water main broke early Wednesday morning on First Hill, leaving a utility pole dangling over the road in the 7300 block of S.E. 36th Street.
The gray cat across the street from Ginna Seese’s Island House apartment was not easy to catch.
Firefighters responded to a small fire in a Newell Court apartment unit on 78th Avenue S.E. early Friday morning just before 9 a.m.
The annual Ten Thousand Villages sale opened today at the Mercer Island Presbyterian Church and will continue through this weekend.
What began as a flight attendant’s commitment to write to one soldier on deployment has grown into an operation involving two Mercer Island schools and people across America.
Mercer Island is one of 10 locations in King County where Republican voters can turn in their ballot to a GOP Victory Van. The mobile van program is a get-out-the-vote effort of the King County Republican Party.
Mercer Island High School grad illustrates fourth children’s book.
The residents of Covenant Shores held their third annual fair on Thursday, Oct. 18.
Mercer Island Rotary has named seniors Samuel Chong and Isabel Christy as the Islanders of the month.
A Mercer Island physician speaks out about the health care crisis.
When Zach Tubbs returned from his tour of duty in Afghanistan, he brought home the flag that he had flown over Camp Dwyer, Helmand Province.
A new commander has taken the helm of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5760 on Mercer Island.
Lillian Giu was walking her dog along her usual route when she was attacked and bitten by an unleashed labradoodle in a neighborhood a couple of blocks from Mercer Island High School on Thursday, June 21. The victim’s dog, a 20-pound poodle-terrier mix, was also attacked.
Sitting at the dinner table with her family, Audrey Unger decided that she wanted to put skydiving on her bucket list. Two of her sons had done it, and she was turning 82 on June 6.
A vehicle plunged 70 feet down a ravine in the 4600 block of East Mercer Way after 10 p.m. on Wednesday, June 13.
Alpenland Delicatessen has been sold. The new owners, Chris and Dianne Masaoka, will take over the restaurant on June 4 and plan to keep everything the same.
A 14-year-old girl’s evening jog ended with a phone call to 911 and a run for home at 7:21 p.m. on Saturday, May 19.
Alpenland Delicatessen has been sold. The new owners, Chris and Dianne Masaoka, will take over the restaurant on June 4. They plan to keep everything the same, from the menu to the European imports and the nutcrackers.
After 13 years on Mercer Island, New Hope International Church is moving to a new location in the Beaux Arts neighborhood.
The garden in front of the Mercer Island Community and Event Center will soon exhibit pieces of a lunar module once intended for an Apollo mission.