Two-term mayor to seek re-election to Council in November.
As House and Senate discuss transportation package, Islanders still worry about tolling.
WSDOT to clarify how to access Mercer Island, and make it easier to exit at East Mercer Way.
Memorial service set for 3 p.m. April 25 at Aljoya
Six-time MLB All-Star throws out ceremonial first pitch, poses for photos with each Little League team.
Fewer homes and seller uncertainty mute inventory across the region.
Getting his first start for the U.S. men's national soccer team, Islander Jordan Morris scored his first goal in international competition as the U.S. defeated Mexico 2-0 Wednesday night in San Antonio.
MIPD makes three warrant arrests and investigate thefts, graffiti and a hit-and-run collision.
Kumon relocates to business district; Science teacher selected for UW research program; Two ‘Destination Imagination’ teams advance to global finals; School district still closed to off-Island students.
Residents started a petition on Change.org to put proposed Sound Transit agreements to a public vote.
New Mercer Island Historical Society website; Summer youth volunteer programs; Special Election ballots due April 28.
Residents can watch the presentation at City Hall or on MI-TV Channel 21 Monday night.
Jane Meyer Brahm will run for re-election for Position 1.
School district was ‘deliberately indifferent’ in harassment investigation in 2011, court says.
Knight is moving to Colorado to ride and train horses; new attorney expected to start in May.
Island man is killed when wall falls on him at home under construction
Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano will be on hand to help usher in the 2015 Mercer Island Little League Opening Day ceremonies Saturday, April 18 at South Mercer Playfields.
Residents say more information on bus-rail integration is needed from city, Sound Transit.
Islanders snap a photo of a Canada Goose laying her eggs.
Historian, art collector, Boeing engineer, athlete and gentleman, Phil Flash was 96