Islander and judge shares his philosophy of dealing with challenges
Islanders big and small came to sing, dance and play at the Firehouse on Dec. 6 after lighting the Christmas tree at Mercerdale Park
Betty, a Boston Terrier who belongs to a family in the 7200 block of West Mercer Island is lost
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson says his office is prioritizing as best it can to deal with current and pending legal challenges in the state in the face of a slimmer budget, and he's confident critical issues are being addressed.
Ebooks and their e-reader devices have been with us since about 2007, but there’s no comparison between those original e-readers and what’s available today.
Coffee shop collisions, six pieces of jewelry stolen and $1,500 of missing items in car prowl
A King County Superior Court judge reversed a finding by a lower court finding the Mercer Island School District discriminated against a student.
Students taught how to use AEDs, give CPR at 'Nick of Time'
This has been a difficult snow season to get underway, hasn’t it? So far, we’ve seen a few good storms hit the Cascades, but mostly it’s been lots of cold, dry conditions.
Watch for these road closures in the coming weeks: Through Friday, morning, December 13, the I-90 express lanes will close nightly at 8 p.m. for Sound Transit work
Newest 85-unit Dollar Development project could open by holidays
Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense is inviting the public to “a ceremony of ‘Remembrance and Resolve’ to honor and remember the 26 lives lost at Sandy Hook Elementary School last year as well as the thousands of Americans lost to gun violence every single year.”
Earlier this fall, the city released a zoning map effectively displaying that nowhere on the Island could entrepreneurs open a marijuana storefront. Still, as of last Tuesday, Dec. 3, there were two applicants for licenses on the Island—one for production, and the other an application for retail space.
Non-profit market benefits other Island businesses as well
Six Mercer Island orchestra students will perform as part of the All-State Orchestra at the Washington Music Educators Association state conference in Yakima, Wash.
Teachers from Mercer Island High School, Islander Middle School and Lakeridge Elementary recognized as National Board Certified teachers.
Mercer Island High School student, Ben Pawlosky talks about his time in Africa
Symetra and the Seattle Seahawks honored Mercer Island High School teacher Jan Sayers as a “Symetra Hero in the Classroom” during a classroom presentation Dec. 6 at Mercer Island High School.
The Mercer Island School District will participate in the national event ‘Hour of Code’, which will encourage coding and computer science access and instruction.
This adventurous young otter got herself into a boat