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Let the games begin. After a lengthy wait during the pandemic, Mercer Island High School fall sports teams will finally begin their seasons in March.… Continue reading
Island resident does her own form of yard work.
MI Parent Edge and Youth and Family Services sponsor webinars.
Open record public hearing set for March 16.
Local National Charity League members create gratitude cards.
They reside in the high school’s SAFE and Minds Matter clubs.
Camping in parks is already banned.
Rare Disease Day is set for Feb. 28.
Mercer Island Youth and Family Services Foundation holds 19th annual event virtually.
City lights up outdoor community art project.
Renovation is included in city council’s biennial budget.
Second- and third-graders begin hybrid learning.
Puget Sound region keeps rolling in Phase 2.
Junior Ethan Yang leads the way as team collects more than 700 items.
City council voted to dismiss code of ethics violation complaint.
Council proclaims February as Black History Month.
Longtime Island resident currently serves on the Planning Commission
Second- and third-graders are scheduled to return to the buildings on Feb. 8
A man fell approximately 30 feet onto the Mercer Island light rail tracks under construction on Jan. 27, sustaining multiple traumatic injuries. At about 12:55… Continue reading
One member said he smelled a ‘cover-up’ within a violation complaint.