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Agencies from Snoqualmie to Mercer Island, along with the King County Sheriff’s Office and the Washington State Patrol, are slated to be part of it.
Town Center moratorium was extended by six months last November.
A ban of that practice will be in place until the pandemic is over, Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler says.
Omari Amili will discuss Breaking the Cycle After Prison at the Rotary Club of Mercer Island’s April 6 meeting. The main meeting will begin at… Continue reading
The newest area code in Washington has infiltrated 360 territory, and 425, 206 and 253 are next.
Plan focuses on efficiency, energy, transportation and more.
Twenty-one Mercer Island High School students have qualified for the DECA International Career Development Conference by virtue of their outstanding performances in the recent Washington… Continue reading
The Mercer Island City Council will hold a public hearing at its regular virtual meeting at 5 p.m. on April 6 to receive comments on… Continue reading
High prices and a lack of available land has pushed the price per acre sky-high.
Selected reports March 15-21.
Building permit needs to be reviewed and approved next.
For the Reporter Salim Nice, Mercer Island City Councilmember, former Deputy Mayor and longtime resident of Mercer Island, announced this week he would seek re-election… Continue reading
From the city of Mercer Island Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, anti-Asian racism and xenophobia have traumatized communities across the country, and the… Continue reading
Wong issues proclamation at city council meeting.
The Mercer Island Thrift Shop will hold a one-day collection event from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on March 27 curbside in the parking lot… Continue reading
Members of the Mercer Island Police Department (MIPD) will be wearing light blue Autism Awareness-themed patches on their uniforms in April, which is Autism Awareness… Continue reading
MIHS senior kicks into her fourth year on varsity.
30 high schools in Washington affected
Selected reports March 8-14.
The directive requires districts to offer at least two days of on-campus instruction per week for all grades.