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This is Shorewood's 13th case of pertussis this year. North Shore health officials say the bacterial disease is a growing problem across the entire state.
Only one person so far has filled out an official application for the seat vacated by Michael Mishlove. Also Monday, the board created an ad hoc committee for the energy efficiency project.
The annual arts & crafts fair held by Shorewood's Booster Club is this Sunday and there will be no shortage of goods in support of local athletics
Local administrator salaries are in line with other county districts. Use our interactive database to see which school administrators are the highest and lowest paid throughout the state of Wisconsin.
The Whitefish Bay/Shorewood/Nicolet co-op hockey team defeated Grafton/Port Washington 11-1 on Saturday night.
Officials say commitment is the No. 1 quality they are seeking in applicants interested in assuming the School Board seat recently vacated by Michael Mishlove.
A look at this week's local events and news.
Schools, Public Safety
Someone posing as a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter is trying to schedule off-campus photo shoots and interviews with area high school students, according to an email sent to Whitefish Bay High School on Friday.
A member of the board for more than six years, Mishlove said there's no one reason he decided to step down, but the dynamics associated with a new board contributed.
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