Editor Sarah Worthman email@example.com
Government, The Neighborhood Files
Regular DMV hours will resume again Monday.
Costs to maintain well water in Bayside continue to balloon, but switching to municipal water carries a large, long-term price tag.
Judge Nelson Phillips has two primary challengers as he vies to be elected to his first full term on the bench.
Darling's base comes out to support her, while Milwaukee's turnout wasn't as strong.
GOP incumbent Darling pulled out an eight-point victory over Democrat Pasch in costly election.
Republican Alberta Darling and Attorney General JB Van Hollen say new Justice Department unit could recover $6 to $7 for every $1 spent.
Kathy Nickolaus has seen "human error" from her office during prior elections.
State Supreme Court candidates campaign manager says group is comparing poll data to voting machine tapes.
County clerk failed to properly save the City of Brookfield's votes to her countywide total, an error that could mean victory for Prosser.
Advertise on Patch and reach potential customers in your backyard and beyond. Click here for more information.
Learn more »
If you want to help local causes, or your cause needs local help, your next click should be right here.
Learn more »
Enter your tip here and it will be sent straight to
Editor Sarah Worthman, Jeff Rumage, and Jessica McBride,
Fox Point-Bayside Patch's (incredibly grateful)
Fox Point-Bayside news, events, and deals sent to you daily and breaking news as it happens.
See more options
You’re now signed up!