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The Menomonee Falls Village Board on Monday approved an amendment to the village's certified survey map that combines parcels to allow for the construction of a 45-stall parking lot at Village Hall.
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In just over two years Diane Sutrick has moved her business, Peace Yoga Studio, to three locations in downtown Menomonee Falls.
16 hrs ago | City of Menomonee Falls
The Menomonee Falls Memorial Day Parade will be held on Monday May 27th at 10 AM.
20 hrs ago | Patch.com
Updated 9:22 a.m.: The two left lanes of southbound Highway 41/45 in Menomonee Falls near Highway 100 were closed Wednesday morning for an accident, but traffic was flowing again by 9 a.m. WISN 12 News reported just after 8:30 a.m. that a crash has caused the closures and backups were present.
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The Menomonee Falls Police Department has issued a warning to residents about a driveway paving scam.
Congratulations to Kellie and Derek for being crowned the Mirror Ball Champions.
Memorial Day is a time to commemorate those who have fallen in service to the United States.
Kohl's Department Stores on Wednesday announced a $250,000 cash donation toward tornado relief efforts in Moore, Okla., and the surrounding area.
While investigating the burglary, officers recovered a cellphone in the victim's yard and discovered it belonged to a resident in the N50 W16100 block of Maple Crest Lane, who reported her purse, was stolen out of a her car during the same time frame.
Germantown's Memorial Day ceremony begins at 10 a.m. with a visitation of six cemeteries in the village starting at Last Home Cemetery located on Pilgrim Road, just north of Mequon Road.
A defective brake light led to a familiar charge for a Sussex man early Wednesday morning in Menomonee Falls.
About 33,000 retail and real estate professionals are expected to attend International Council of Shopping Centers convention this week in Las Vegas.
It's been a long time since we've heard from Zach Steinbach. Nearly five years ago Steinbach fronted The Color Truth, a Milwaukee band that seemed poised to take the next step with its big, melodic, poppy rock and roll.
Judy Berry, a devote Brett Favre fan, joked that she would retire when ol' number four hung up the cleats.