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Nonprofit is helping those in need.
Legacy nonprofit has been thriving for 83 years.
Market runs Sundays through Sept. 27.
Excitement abounds in the realm of online instruction
Members approve ordinances for further discussion on both subjects at Sept. 1 meeting.
MIHS DECA Club members roll out campaign.
Emergency Preparedness volunteers lead the way.
Mercer Island Radio Operators is a staple in the community
Greenbergs set up a foundation to local Jewish school.
Rep. Smith speaks at Rotary Club of Mercer Island meeting.
Council says city has reached an impasse with agency on Bus/Rail Interchange design.
Event covers MIonline, special education services and more.
Kamins Construction project is slated to take six weeks.
Recent ordinance focuses on eating and drinking establishments
These are challenging times, said Mercer Island School District board president Deborah Lurie. As the school year nears — one that will begin remotely —… Continue reading
Ethan Evans fired up his golf clubs to the tune of 12 birdies and one eagle en route to notching the 44th Annual Washington Junior… Continue reading
A virtual design charrette focused on Luther Burbank Park waterfront renovations was overflowing with participants on Aug. 6. Built in 1974, the park’s waterfront docks… Continue reading
Stroum Jewish Community Center camp is more important than ever.
Mercer Island City Councilmember Jake Jacobson felt it was vital to schedule a second reading of the ordinance regarding the six-month Town Center development moratorium.… Continue reading
Retail establishments get the green light to remain open during COVID-19 pandemic.