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Nicolet's Calin Dumitrescu plays second singles during the WIAA Sectional at the Moreland Racquet Club in New Berlin on May 23.
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Last month, the Oak Creek Community Center asked Patch to help solicit public input on bands that should be included in the 10th anniversary of the summer concert series.
14 hrs ago | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal
The emerald ash borer, the damaging green beetle that was officially discovered last year on the northwest side, will continue to infest Milwaukee on a broader basis, the city's forestry services manager said Wednesday.
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Holyfield-Tyson apparently broke out Saturday night at Diane's Second Chance Saloon .
There's been another report of a cougar sighting in southeastern Wisconsin, but state wildlife officials remain skeptical about whether the big cat is really prowling around the area.
Memorial Day is a time to commemorate those who have fallen in service to the United States.
Plans for an indoor firing range and gun shop at a 6th Street business took a step forward Tuesday.
Oak Creek police are investigating a string of burglaries that include incidents at three Asian restaurants.
A driver in the car-motorcycle crash early Sunday at 13th Street and College Avenue was drunk and texting at the time of the accident, according to an Oak Creek police report.
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A St. Matthew and Oak Creek alum is now a district commander for the Milwaukee Police Department, as Urban Milwaukee reports .
More than 4,500 runners will pass through Oak Creek on June 7 and 8 as part of the Ragnar Relay Series.
The reconstruction of Drexel Avenue was one of the biggest and most complicated road projects in the recent history of Oak Creek.
A US court has dismissed a case filed by a Sikh rights group accusing Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal of being involved in human rights violations.