Mary Ann Haney was awarded the Mercer Island Preschool Association’s (MIPA) first-ever “Exceptional Educator Lifetime Achievement Award.
Legislators, community members discuss issues facing state and local school district.
With three positions up for election this fall, November will bring a host of new faces to the Mercer Island School Board.
Parents, School Board worried about safety of kids walking to Elementary No. 4
More Islanders report cases of car prowling, especially in the Aviara parking garage.
Action will not be the ‘final word’ on the concept.
The city's Design Commission meets May 27 to review the Hines project - the only five-story development exempted from the moratorium.
Eleven Islanders have filed to run in the November election for City Council seats.
City can't complete major planning document until work on Town Center development code is done, Council says.
Long-time Islander says she wants to preserve and enhance quality of life.
Second generation Islander and Town Center stakeholder will run in contested race for open seat.
Delayed South-end fire station hits another snag, likely resulting in litigation for city.
After months of conversation, officials from Bellevue College and Washington State University are on the brink of signing a partnership agreement, bringing the former community college under the state university's wing.
Demonstrators will wear 'Red for ED' on Mercer Island and wave signs at 8:30 a.m. before heading to Seattle Center, where they will join teachers from the Seattle and Issaquah School Districts for a march through downtown Seattle. The march will culminate with a rally at Westlake Center.
Blood supplies are low. Need expected to increase over Memorial Day holiday
Seat left by Joel Wachs needs a "caretaker" until the November election.
Pool house roof of demolished Coval house will find a new home in MICA.
The Mercer Island School District board of directors bid farewell to Frohnmayer before swearing in new board member Ralph Jorgenson Thursday, May 14 at the board's regular meeting in City Council chambers.
Animal Planet is now warning its viewers about “Monster Week” coming soon to TV screens, but nothing will prepare viewers for the appeal of another of its shows, debuting Saturday, May 30 with a double-feature.
Public parking planned for new building, but no grocery store.