church's festival takes a different track enroute to family fun
This year, in addition to the traditional rides, games, music and food, Holy Apostles Family Fest will feature some new attractions and one past favorite, as well.
Walmart opponents claim crucial city vote invalid
The group Neighbors First New Berlin, which opposes a plan to build a Walmart Super Center on Greenfield Avenue in New Berlin, has filed a lawsuit against the city alleging that legal notice of a public hearing affecting the project was not given the required 30 days in advance.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
In context: What both sides said in abortion debate
Passions ran high when the Wisconsin Senate debated a bill to require women to obtain an ultrasound before getting an abortion.
New Berlin shopping trolley supports fight against cancer
Nine participating New Berlin businesses will join together from noon to 9 p.m. under the third annual "Denim & Diamonds" banner to raise funds for the Wisconsin Ovarian Cancer Alliance.
Green Bay Press-Gazette
The Reporter editor's column: Where is the outrage?
At the very least, half of Wisconsin's population should be outraged at legislation speeding through Madison.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Indoor go-kart track proposed for New Berlin
Pole Position Raceway would be the first two-track indoor raceway in Wisconsin, according to the proposal from local entrepreneur Christopher Daskam.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
The Rec Room
Brian Borgh is a New Berlin resident, husband and father of three. He is a Telecommunications Specialist in West Allis by day, and adventure seeker/food and music enthusiast by night.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
will listen to neighbors on major development prospect
With sewers likely coming soon to the largest tract of farmland east of Moorland Road and development following behind, New Berlin officials will hold several listening sessions with neighbors to get their opinions about the kinds of development desired.
Senator Lazich's Statement on State Senate Approval of Sonya's Law
Senator Mary Lazich released the following statements following the Wisconsin State Senate's approval of Senate Bill 206 , Sonya's Law.
News & Notes: June 10
Applications for individuals to obtain a permit to discharge fireworks must be submitted to the city of Muskego by June 30. The application is on the city's website, cityofmuskego.org, along with permit information, under "services" and then "licenses and permits."
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Shady contractors soliciting in New Berlin, police warn
The shady door-to-door contractors that state officials warned about last week are now going door to door in New Berlin, police warn.
New Berlin school budget considers tax hike
A $62.2 million proposed budget for the 2013-14 school year that calls for a property tax levy increase of nearly 3.2 percent was presented to the New Berlin School Board on Monday.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Updated: Planned Parenthood could close Appleton center
Planned Parenthood announced Monday that it would be forced to close its abortion facility in Appleton if state lawmakers approve a proposal that places new requirements on doctors who perform the procedure.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
The Kindergarten class at Innovation Station Child Care had their graduation ceremony Thursday night.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
Historic mansion may get makeover
Devan Gracyalny, president of the West Allis Historical Society, shows off the third floor of the historic Douville House.
Green Bay Press-Gazette
Carnival rides draw visitors to Heritage Days
New rides and attractions arrived Thursday at the 25th annual Heritage Days in Klemme Park.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Venture capital bill advances
The state Assembly has signed off on a bill that could help start-up businesses access the money they need to grow.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
It's a sellers' market the Milwaukee area
The tables are turning. Realtors tell TODAYSTMJ4 it's back to being a sellers' market in the Metro Milwaukee area.
Anti-abortion and ultrasound bills debated at Capitol
A state legislative committee has approved two Republican-backed bills that would make it harder and more expensive to get an abortion in Wisconsin.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
Bill would require an ultrasound before an abortion
An ultrasound would be required before an abortion under a bill moving through the Legislature, and clinics that perform the procedure would need admitting privileges at a nearby hospital - a provision that has threatened to shut down clinics in other states.