Actor, comic stops in to help Youth Theatre Northwest transition to its next stage.
Four Mercer Island teams that participated in the Destination Imagination (DI) Regional Tournament at Mercer Island High School (MIHS) will advance to the DI State Tournament in East Wenatchee on March 29.
Mercer Island School District Superintendent Dr. Gary Plano sent a letter to Country Village Day School parents detailing the Mercer Island School Board's vote to give 180 days notice to tenants of its North Mercer campus.
Police report several car prowls at the Woodlake Condos.
On Feb. 24, the Mercer Island High School Sparkle Effect cheerleading squad, made up of students with special needs, was featured with the cheer team on Q13 Fox News.
Vote to make up shortfall for buses, roads is this month.
Special election results certified, Snoqualmie Pass closed to traffic much of last weekend.
Little Acorn and Country Village get 180-day notice last Friday to leave North Mercer campus.
City Council unanimously rejected a proposal to build 18 homes on the site of the Coval property, to a room full of applause Monday night.
The Mercer Island School District issued tenants of its North Mercer campus on Friday, Feb. 28 a 180-day notice that its lease agreement will terminate Aug. 31.
Representatives Judy Clibborn and Tana Senn meet with Mercer Islander and Congressional Medal of Honor recipient Hiro Nishimura to honor his service in World War II, on February 19, Day of Remembrance.
Black History Month has been used as a time for education, celebration and reflection in public schools on Mercer Island.
The Mercer Island School District announced Wednesday, Feb. 26 the launch of a mobile version of the district and individual school websites.
The monthly Lion's Club dinner will reassemble for dinner at Aljoya, at 7 p.m., Mar. 1.
Sound Transit plans for a light rail station at Mercer Island are steadily advancing.
Scientist tells students to pay attention in English class.
In conjunction with Black History Month, the Mercer Island Arts Council is presenting Margaret Wrinkle, author of the novel "Wash" at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 26, at Island Books.
Study Session on transportation is from 6 to 8 p.m. Regular meeting starts at 8 p.m.
Lynn Peterson, the new head of the Washington state Department of Transportation was one of the first agency heads appointed by incoming Governor Jay Inslee took the oath of office in Olympia a year ago. The State’s transportation system needed reform and now, Inslee said.
Mercer Island’s plastic bag ban will go into effect in roughly 60 days.