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Neighbors are concerned about the environmental and safety impacts of a planned residential project.
The 80-acre facility was developed for recreation and transportation during the expansion of I-90.
The store beat other independent booksellers for the top spot in King 5/Evening Magazine’s contest.
Update: A King County Superior Court judge ruled against Seattle on Nov. 22.
City staff and volunteers served turkey, potatoes, punch and pie to event attendees.
A social media post inspired a massive community response that brought in hundreds of donated items.
The school’s newest employee is making quite an impression on staff and students.
This post was updated at 4 p.m. on Nov. 9, and at 3 p.m. on Nov. 16. This year’s contentious general election featured races for… Continue reading
Members of the local Mercer Island business community were informed at their Nov. 2 meeting that if they want to take action on climate change,… Continue reading
While the courage and sacrifice of America’s veterans will be remembered and honored on Nov. 11, those have supported them every other day of the… Continue reading
Cornell says ‘no record’ of Mercer Island Council candidate’s degree; Langley continues search | Update
Update: This story originally posted on Nov. 1. It was updated at 3 p.m. on Nov. 6, at the Reporter’s print deadline, and again at… Continue reading
Mercer Islanders dream of a Town Center that is more lively, welcoming and befitting of its small town, “village” atmosphere. A new business coming to… Continue reading
The Reporter snapped this photo of a biker and changing and falling leaves near Mercer Island’s Aubrey Davis Park in late October. Submit your photos… Continue reading
If you’re looking for a Thanksgiving shopping experience the whole family can enjoy, look no further than the Mercer Island Harvest Market, which will be… Continue reading
This story was updated on at 5:40 p.m. on Nov. 1 to reflect continued conversations with Joy Langley and Cornell’s office of media relations. According… Continue reading
For people with Parkinson’s disease (PD), the effort to initiate movement can be difficult, even “superhuman,” said Islander Marsha Karr. But she has found some… Continue reading
The Mercer Island City Council and School Board of Directors held their annual joint meeting on Oct. 26, discussing their distinct budgeting issues while trying… Continue reading
A permit has been submitted for the demolition of the old East Seattle School, a fixture in the community since 1914. The building served as… Continue reading
Despite the wet weather, a “gourd” time was had by all at Mercer Island’s second annual Pumpkin Walk on Oct. 21. Participants — mostly wearing… Continue reading
Traffic was backed up on eastbound Interstate 90 between Mercer Island and Seattle after a canoe capsized along the south side of the bridge on… Continue reading