Katie Metzger

Renowned celloist to perform on the Island

Kate Kayaian will give a solo concert on Oct. 27 at the SJCC.

 

Fact check: Prop 1

Vetting statements regarding Proposition 1

 

‘Technologist and philanthropist’ Paul Allen dies at 65

The Microsoft co-founder and Seahawks owner died from cancer on Monday.

 

Proposed commuter parking and mixed-use project receives nine submissions

Council will review top finalists on Nov. 15.

Mercer Island native studies to become master sommelier

Tyler Alden aims to be one of 273 people worldwide to hold distinction in wine, beverage service.

Mercer Island Rotary Club launches Music Mends Minds program

The goal is to help seniors with cognitive decline find community through music.

Mercer Island galleries debut new art at First Friday

Islanders enjoyed paintings, wine and conversation at the event.

Mercer Island City Council updates transportation, zoning codes

Many of the changes came in the form of Comprehensive Plan amendments.

Pro and con groups to weigh in on Mercer Island levy at upcoming forums

The Chamber, Beach Club, PTA and more hope to inform Islanders on November ballot measure.

Mercer Island City Council member Tom Acker steps down, citing health and family

The council will soon begin an appointment process for Acker’s replacement.

Covenant Shores celebrates 40 years on Mercer Island

The lakefront retirement community offers a unique lifestyle.

Mercer Island City Council votes to endorse I-631

The initiative would enact a carbon emissions fee on large emitters.

MIYFS to celebrate 30 years by sharing 30 stories

Mercer Island Youth and Family Services to share anecdotes at its Annual Breakfast on Feb. 13, 2019.

Female mayors discuss opportunities in their cities

Emerging leaders focus on diversity, development and deliberate actions.

Young Islander meets Seahawk inspiring kids with limb deficiencies

Rookie Shaquem Griffin is changing the game as the first one-handed player in the NFL.

Mercer Island seeks partner to develop commuter parking and mixed-use project

Project is cited at the old Tully’s location and on city-owned land.

Islanders enjoy wine, music and more at Art Uncorked

One of Mercer Island’s signature events returned for its fifth year on Sept. 7.

Mercer Island galleries to feature contemporary pieces at First Friday Art and Wine event

Receptions will be held from 5-8 p.m. on Sept. 7.

MIHS Class of ’68 are 68

Islanders get together for 50th class reunion.

Emmanuel Church welcomes new rector

The first church on Mercer Island is entering a new phase in its history.