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Suzanne Skone recently sold the business to Brandon Santos, who has managed it since 2006.
The average property tax increase will be 18.18 percent on Mercer Island.
The city proclamation encourages dialogue and a shared commitment to action.
The fundraising event brought in $215,000 on Feb. 7 for Mercer Island Youth and Family Services.
The group plans to digitize past issues of the Reporter and more.
Former Mercer Island mayor’s children honor his commitment to “knowledge, excellence and altruism.”
The student actors in ‘Good Kids,’ based on the 2012 Steubenville rape case, want to start a dialogue.
City continues to explore ways to spend $10 million Sound Transit settlement.
As community re-focuses on sustainability, young activists are getting involved.
Council and city staff will set goals, review issues and discuss good governance on Jan. 26-27.
The four-year renewal levy would continue local levy funding for Mercer Island schools through 2022.
Owner Dr. Kara McCulloch will be honored at the MIYFS annual breakfast on Feb. 7.
Rep. Tana Senn’s bill aiming to address the gender pay gap is off to a fast start.
The non-traditional spa features the Seattle area’s first “Blu Room.”
Ginny Pietila, founder/owner of ‘Mercer Island’s premier athletic club,’ received the award on Jan. 11.
City proclaims Jan. 15 as MLK Day, with the help of community groups dedicated to inclusivity.
Salim Nice will serve as deputy mayor, as the city appoints new leadership for 2018-19.
The new eatery in the old Roberto’s location will feature healthful food, from salads to smoothies.
Two college juniors return to the U.S. after studying business and culture in BRIC countries.
2017 brought a new city manager, schools superintendent, residential code, I-90 lawsuit and more.