North Shore NOW's roundup of Spring 2014 election results.
On the municipal side:
Whitefish Bay Village President Julie Siegel narrowly defended her seat on the Whitefish Bay Village Board. Story includes returns of other contested North Shore municipal races.
On the schools side:
Newcomers Paul Buzzell and Wendy Francour won seats on the Mequon-Thiensville School Board. Story includes returns of other contested North Shore school races.
Two otherwise uncontested races heated up when write-in candidates threw their hats into the ring. Our story covers the Mequon District 2 race, where former mayor Connie Pukaite upset former alderman Bob Ashmore with a write in bid, as well as the Fox Point Village Board race, where declared candidates Christine Symchych and Terry McGauran held off write-in challenger Marty Tirado.
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- Whitefish Bay woman takes home grand prize at the Hottest Kitchen Entrepreneur Challenge
- Animator of 'Yellow Submarine' and other influential shows will appear in Whitefish Bay
- Whitefish Bay sleep consultant is a dream come true for North Shore parents (2)
- After extensive cancer treatment, Whitefish Bay mom finds new purpose in ice pops (1)
- Whitefish Bay entrepreneur wants to revolutionize school fundraisers
- Whitefish Bay's 28 minutes of fame is 'Around the Corner' (2)
- Whitefish Bay's first ice cream social of the season is June 15 (1)
- Whitefish Bay Community Band sets summer schedule
- Memorial Day ceremony planned in Whitefish Bay