Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Continental Properties is proposing a large development in the parking lot of Riversbend Golf Club in Germantown that would accomodate the two franchises.
Rejoice Menomonee Falls. It’s been confirmed. Olive Garden is looking to build a restaurant in our backyard. Premonitions about potential Olive Garden developments have tumbled around in the Falls rumor mill for years. And as it says in a pretty popular book, “Speak, and it shall be done.” Continental Properties is proposing a substantial development in the parking lot of Riversbend Golf Club on County Line Road in Germantown. The development would include an Olive Garden and a Buffalo Wild Wings franchise. To accommodate the new restaurants, Riversbend would also tear down its existing clubhouse, and construct a new one just west of its current location. Germantown planning staff is are reviewing the proposal, and they expect it will …
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Sussex Village Park will soon become home to Life Church's Amazing Race 5K, and all the proceeds are slated to help fund missionaries worldwide. The registration deadline is May 6, so unpack those running shoes for a good cause.
Looking for a reason to get in shape for summer? Look no further, as a new 5K race is being introduced to Sussex with proceeds going to a very worthy cause. Life Church, a non-traditional parish based out of Germantown, is movings its annual Amazing Race 5K to Sussex Village Park on Sunday, May 20 in order to accommodate its congregation of more than 2,200 people. Kevin Ganiere, a representative with Life Church, says the Village Park is the perfect space considering they recently opened up another location. "We've done it at Germantown's Kinderberg Park up the street from our Germantown campus for five years," Ganiere said. "But last year we started another campus at the Marcus Majestic Theater, and Sussex seemed like a great spot in …
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
The girl Chargers are facing Waukesha West in regionals while the boys are on to sectionals versus the undefeated Germantown boys.
Both the boys and girls teams at Hamilton High School have proven themselves this basketball season, but this Thursday and Friday will truly be judgement days. The boys team (13-11) is facing off against the undefeated Germantown team (24-0) at Waukesha North High School at 8:30 p.m. on Thursday. And this game certainly won't be a cakewalk for the Chargers as Germantown took down Menomonee Falls on Saturday 84-47. The winning team will be up against either De Pere (23-1) or Sheboygan North (21-3) in the state semi-finals. Also, with the first conference championship in school history under their belts, the girls basketball team at Hamilton (17-5) is on to regionals versus Waukesha West (9-13). The two teams will go head-to-head on Friday …
Monday, October 24, 2011
This video shows the Chargers first round of playoff games in a style and quality comparable to the NFL.
After dominating Germantown in the first round of WIAA football playoffs, the Hamilton Chargers are scheduled to face off against Manitowoc Lincoln on Friday. However, the Sussex team will have to pull out all the stops during the second round of playoff games. Manitowoc Lincoln has a perfect record this season (10-0), and just burned the Milwaukee Madison Knights 42-0 on Friday, according to the Herald Times Reporter. The Chargers have only lost one game this season to Brookfield Central, and will play the No. 1-seeded team on Friday at 7 p.m. at Municipal Field. A special thanks to 18-year-old Justin Clough of Menomonee Falls for producing this outstanding video posted on his YouTube page Saturday.