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Show and cruise roll into town for 18th consecutive year.
City Hall is scheduled to reopen on Sept. 7.
City council honors Mercer Island Community Fund.
A person hurled concrete debris at a Mercer Island Fire Department ambulance while its crew was transporting a patient along Interstate 90 to Seattle for… Continue reading
Ten Mercer Island candidates are involved in the upcoming election.
Uhlers made an impact on the community for nine years.
Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs releases report.
A Recology truck’s mechanical line failed and leaked hydraulic fluid onto the 5400 block of 89th Avenue Southeast on the afternoon of July 8, according… Continue reading
City to purchase and raze vacant residential property to improve sight lines and safety.
Classes began on July 10 at south-end Island space.
July is also declared Parks and Recreation Month.
‘I can’t wait. I really missed it,’ said one patron.
Camps, picnics, field rentals and more are on tap.
Ridolfi is the group’s lead climate guide on the Island.
Polson will return to the event after a year off.
Island’s Covenant Living at the Shores marks 40th anniversary.
Due to fire risk from forecasted scorching weather, interim fire chief may prohibit usage.
Four major projects will cost a total of about $3.4 million.
Mercer Island’s Marine Patrol recovered an adult male who drowned in Lake Washington at approximately 5:30 p.m. June 17. He went missing about 22 and… Continue reading
ONE MI and the city of Mercer Island are inviting residents to engage in the conversation of “What Freedom Means to Me.” In the week… Continue reading