Family looks to raise money based on total ascent to build a high school classroom in Rwanda.
After leading the DECA chapter and lacrosse team at MIHS, Chamber scholarship winner Brett Bottomley is off to Massachusetts for college this fall.
The award honors a non-Rotarian who exemplifies the ideals of Rotary in their business or personal life.
Reporter intern travels to eight European countries in 12 days with travel company.
Free online ride-search tool connects veterans to more than 70 transportation services in Central Puget Sound
Technology columnist Skip Ferderber explains how to listen to Internet radio stations in older cars.
The event benefits the professionally-trained clowns who entertain sick children at hospitals like Seattle Children's.
West Mercer Way house, built in 1885, went on the market Monday.
The Mercer Island Schools Foundation nears its $1 million goal.
The 2015 Mercer Island High School graduates won’t be traveling too far from the nest for post-graduation plans.
The National Charity League Evergreen Chapter honored the community service and leadership contributions of its graduating seniors at the chapter’s annual Senior Celebration, held in May at the Seattle Design Center.
A total of 92 members of the Class of 2015 earned an award for their work helping in the community.
Islander Dana Berejka started The Diane Foundation in honor of former pen pal in Rwanda.
Islander graduate Kris Brackmann begins her professional journalism career this summer working as an intern for the Mercer Island Reporter.
School district announced the teachers who will make up the Core Team at Elementary No. 4; All Mercer Island public schools are ‘Green’
MIHS radio station wins General Excellence Award second year in a row
The 2015 Brain Injury Art Show will run from June 8 to July 24.
MISF wants members for 2015-16 school year; PTSA names Scholarship Award Recipients for 2015.
District also hires new Director of Transportation; MISD seeks input on 1:1 iPad program.
The 2014-15 Mercer Island School District (MISD) retirees are: Michael Flaherty, hired in 1992; Carol Wiseley, hired in 1997; Sue Jobe, hired in 1998; Jean Field, hired in 1998; and Jan LaFountaine, hired in 2009.