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Many of the changes came in the form of Comprehensive Plan amendments.
The Chamber, Beach Club, PTA and more hope to inform Islanders on November ballot measure.
The council will soon begin an appointment process for Acker’s replacement.
The lakefront retirement community offers a unique lifestyle.
The initiative would enact a carbon emissions fee on large emitters.
Mercer Island Youth and Family Services to share anecdotes at its Annual Breakfast on Feb. 13, 2019.
Emerging leaders focus on diversity, development and deliberate actions.
Rookie Shaquem Griffin is changing the game as the first one-handed player in the NFL.
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.
Receptions will be held from 5-8 p.m. on Sept. 7.
Islanders get together for 50th class reunion.
The first church on Mercer Island is entering a new phase in its history.
City hopes to address concerns with multi-phase process.
Food grown in the garden will be donated to the MIYFS Food Pantry.
Incumbents, women lead in initial Aug. 7 election results.
The Mercer Island assisted living facility was recently remodeled.
Firefighter, volunteer and “rad dad” Kirk Robinson is battling metastatic melanoma.
Herzl, the SJCC and French American School need code change to start master plan.
Studio 904 and Great Winds Kite Company were planning to help people build and fly kites on July 29.