On Jan. 29, the Mercer Island School District announced the hiring of Craig Degginger as new communications and alumni relations coordinator for the district.
The White House Commission on Presidential Scholars and the U.S. Department of Education have selected five current and one former Mercer Island High School students as candidates for the Presidential Scholars program.
It was a banner day full of outstanding performances for Mercer Island band students at the Eastshore Music League’s Solo and Ensemble Contest at Bellevue College.
West Mercer Elementary will present “Beauty and the Beast Jr.” at 7 p.m. Feb. 4-5 in the West Mercer gym.
RCMFS presents pianists Eleonora Karpukhova from Moscow and artistic director, Mercer Island resident Natalya Ageyeva, with cellist Haeyoon Shin in Valentine’s Day-themed program.
ThinkFiend creates a spot where one can find quality content from respected sources.
Islander Dave Hense hopes to see nephew Dwan Edwards come away with Super Bowl ring.
United Way tax preparation is free for anyone making under $62,000 and will run through April 21.
StuffHopper, the 'Amazon of selling things,' is expanding to the Eastside.
Piljin Kwak spent two weeks in Nepal, building temporary shelters during a pivotal period following a 7.8-magnitude earthquake.
District seeking nominations for new alumni award; late start may pose need for bus drivers; school district to ban hoverboards.
Rob Spitzer named president of King County Library board; Wendy Spektor elected president of dental fraternity; Paul Allen purchases another Island home.
Children's author and illustrator Paul Owen Lewis gave presentations on writing books at each of Mercer Island's elementary schools.
Community events happening around Mercer Island in the coming week and beyond.
YTN productions runs from Jan. 22 through Feb. 22.