This Week: School Bus Crash, Controversial Lawmaker Loses Election, Which Amendments Passed
In case you missed them, here's a look at the top stories on East Lake Patch from November 4-10.
The car's 18-year-old driver was charged with failing to stop at a stop sign after she allegedly pulled in front of the bus carrying 21 students from Brooker Creek Elementary School.
East Lake native Carey Wiley wrote this story in honor of her younger sister Carisa Herald, who died from injuries she suffered in a car crash in 2011. Carey and her mother have started a jewelry line called "Sister's Suitcase" in honor of Carisa.
Dr. Johnny Johnson and Dr. Oscar Menendez used tooth costumes, a billboard and the Internet to let people know they wanted voters to get rid of commissioners who removed fluoride from the county's water. Their strategy worked.
Incumbent David Root, 55, beat Sharon Hurst, 55, by 2315 votes.
Republican incumbent Peter Nehr lost his seat in the state house to Democrat Carl Zimmermann, who is a teacher.
Take a closer look at the 11 constitutional amendments and how Floridians voted on them.
Everything you want to know about Election Day in East Lake, all in one spot.
East Lake Patch is highlighting interaction with our readers. Today, we're featuring some great photos that were taken by reader PParker.
The Florida winner, who will receive $250, will now be entered to win the $5,000 grand prize in Patch's Best Halloween Costume in America contest!