So what news came and went in the past week? Find out and catch up!
From the courts, a Sussex Man was charged for his involvement in a Waukesha gas station burglary, along with a man from Colgate for the incident, which occurred on Feb. 27.
In Lisbon, a noise complaint led police to find marijuana brownies at an underage drinking party according to reports, and charges for a former Lisbon resident for growing and possessing the weed.
A Sussex woman who police say stole her parents vehicle is also facing drug charges. She was charged on Feb. 22 with possession once police caught up with her and found the drugs in her purse.
A Sussex area woman was killed in New Berlin freeway crash on March 2, after she attempted to cross lanes of traffic when her car was disabled on I-43.
In an effort to respond to higher demand for hardball use, Armory Park's Softball Diamond will be converted to a baseball field. The decision was approved at the Sussex Village Board meeting last week.
In business news, we "uncovered" a product that you've likely seen on TV, made right here in Sussex. In addition, the news was good from Quad/Graphics, which saw a profit increase in the fourth quarter of 2012.
Schools have a plan, as Hamilton's new five-year strategic plan was unveiled at a recent board meeting. Personalized learning will be among the areas of focus in the near future.
The news was also good for Lannon Elementary, which was recognized for state award. The Department of Public Instruction awarded the school the distinction of being a Wisconsin High-Achieving & High-Progress School.
To end on a lighter note, the Village of Sussex has gotten into the spirit of spring by posting an online Easter Basket Hunt, where clues will be given between March 5 and 19 to find a laminated picture of an Easter basket. The winner will receive the real deal at the end of the contest.