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The Mercer Island police blotter for Sept. 4 through 9.
Emerging leaders focus on diversity, development and deliberate actions.
Democratic socialist Sarah Smith seeks ‘bold new progressive vision’ in bid to replace incumbent Adam Smith.
Public and private sector representatives met to discuss the future of autonomous vehicle policy.
Tickets can be found online at transpogroup.com/avconference.html
Mercer Island Center for the Arts (MICA) and the City Council held a study session on Sept. 17.
Federally-funded facilities struggle to maintain health and safety of minors stuck in limbo
The Mercer Island police blotter for Aug. 28 through Sept. 3
The Washington State Patrol asked locals for any information to identify the vehicle and suspect.
A council committee voted to advance a last-minute “compromise” plan to fund stadium maintenance.
Project is cited at the old Tully’s location and on city-owned land.
One of Mercer Island’s signature events returned for its fifth year on Sept. 7.
The new rules will minimize suspension and expulsions for minor offenses.
The Mercer Island Police blotter for Aug. 25 through 29.
Mercer Island School District, education association ratify agreement of salary increases for teachers and staff
MIEA members ratified the agreement Sept. 4.
Mercer Island school district, education association reach tentative agreement of salary increases for teachers and staff
MIEA members will vote on tentative agreement Sept. 4.
YES partners with LWSD and BSD to address mental health and substance use issues in students sooner.
The HopeFest has served 6,500 low-income or homeless people in King County.
The Seafair safety emphasis began in 2002 and has decreased the number of BUIs, deaths and injuries.
State Superintendent responds to Betsy Devos’ consideration to arm teachers.