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The Neighborhood Files
While the DOT is suspending work for the Memorial Day weekend, there are a number of construction areas that could muck up your travel plans if you don't slow down.
The Chargers did not have any individual champions against a tough field in their own sectional, but still sent athletes to the state meet next weekend in La Crosse.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker could appeal to both social and fiscal conservatives, making him a candidate to "fear" in the Iowa Caucuses, progressives warn.
Get out and walk or run with NFL player and Pewaukee native J.J. Watt in his 3rd annual walk/run, have a good time and help the J.J. Watt Foundation.
Tyler Wischnefski was recipient of the fifth annual U.S. Youth Soccer William J. "Billy" Goaziou Scholarship for his involvement with the sport at the community.
Contractors are bidding to take on the paving duties of the first phase of the project, which includes the portion of the trail that runs from Merton to Highway 164 in Sussex.
Westcott will be responsible for staff development, course scheduling, student attendance and disciplinary matters.
Hollywood wants to capture Wisconsin's deep abiding affection for the Green Bay Packers and they are going to make a reality show about cheeseheads.
Waukesha County has a new trampoline park and Patch got a first-hand look at leaping basketball, flying dodgeball and so much more. Take a look!
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