“We will never forget that sound. Boom. Boom,” said Valeriia Horodnycha, who has been staying in Mercer Island.
“We have opportunities before us that don’t come around often,” said Mayor Angela Birney.
Mark Howley will speak about small business ownership on May 4 at River Trail Roasters.
The Stay Eastside promotion is offering $50 vouchers per night stay in participating hotels.
The goal is to get rid of the debt that was taken on during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sound Transit has set up detours, and plans for a temporary off-ramp for SR 520 Eastbound in June.
The race will take place on April 2 at 10:00 a.m., with a free kids’ dash starting at 9:30 a.m.
Library board members are appointed five-year terms, with a two-term limit.
Buttercup leaves behind her partner Newton, her caretakers, and the many beloved park visitors.
Johnny T. Stine sold his fake COVID-19 vaccines for $400-1,000 each.
An amendment to HB 1099 removed greenhouse gas emissions and vehicle miles traveled reductions.
“As long as we breathe, as long as our hearts beat, we’re going to protect our land,” said Valeriy Goloborodko.
The pitch would address the lack of a first class cricket facility in the region.
Mercer Island resident Nancy Spaeth went on dialysis at age 18 and received four kidney transplants.
City releases annual community survey results
Event runs Feb. 26 to March 6 at the Lumen Field Event Center.
The position is a four-year term and those interested are encouraged to apply by March 4.
2 Line light rail link to serve 10 new stations by 2023.
Defendant accused of selling blue M30 fentanyl pills to clients after victim died in his apartment.
The proposed levies would help provide full funding to schools.