That annual rite of summer, the Shorewood Crossroads Festival, has passed us by.
This really stinks and we here at the Shorewood Patch would be mired in a really deep depression if it weren't for the heartening fact that hey, we're still Shorewood.
That's right. The fair might be over, summer's be drawing to a close, the economy may be in the toilet, but at the end of the day, we're in Shorewood. How great is that?
If you're in Shorewood, you know what we're talking about. If you're not in Shorewood, well, we're sorry for you.
And while we're enjoying being in Shorewood, we can also take comfort in the fact that we always have next year, and another Shorewood Crossroads Festival.
But before we start looking to the future, let's do some living in the past. We do it right here every week, and we call it the SHOREWOOD REWIND.
The Shorewood Crossroads Festival ended.
Breakthrough scientific study by the Shorewood Patch
An extensive research project undertaken by the tireless staff here at the Shorewood Patch yielded irrefutable proof that there is absolutely no correlation between the sleeveless white undershirt and domestic violence.
Three cheers for Chief Puleo
Shorewood Trustee Dan Anderson read a proclamation lauding recently retired Police Chief Robert Puleo and various village board members wished Puleo well.
The world's shortest man, Junrey Balawing of the Philippines, appeared on the Shorewood Patch.
Legal expert critical of cops Shorewood
Patch legal expert John Schrock was critical of the manner in which the Shorewood police handled the arrest of local teen Jacob Gajcak. In his blog, Schrock said "it appears that questionable procedures were used which might not only hinder the prosecution of Gajcak, it might subject the officer and Shorewood to liability."