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An exotic fruit with a unique smell caused a neighbor to be concerned that a meth lab was operating in an apartment building in the 300 block of West Newhall Avenue.
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The Waukesha Creative Arts League is sponsoring a 2014 WRAP exhibit and workshop at the Oconomowoc Arts Center.
The canopy of a tree infested by emerald ash borers begins to thin above infested portions of the trunk and major branches.
Attorney Sally Piefer of The Schroeder Group S.C., Attorneys at Law in Waukesha has been elected to the Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin Board of Directors.
A 42-year-old Wauwatosa woman has been charged with stealing more than $12,500 and dozens of recreational passes from the Waukesha office of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources .
During a Common Council meeting last fall, Alderman Andy Reiland said he was worried that not enough people were getting involved in aldermanic races.
Joe Banske, a Town of Waukesha supervisor, said there's still work to be done in the town, and he wants to continue playing an essential role.
Brandon Loll, 164 N. Moreland Blvd., was charged Thursday, Feb. 27, in Waukesha County Circuit Court with providing a dangerous weapon to a person under age 18 and possession of a dangerous weapon by a person under age 18. According to the criminal complaint, Waukesha police officers were dispatched at 9 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 23, to a residence on ... (more)
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This spring, some UW-Waukesha students will gain real-world experience through participation in a new course, Local Applications of Global Sustainability.
Elm Grove residents now have a new local Web site where they share news, opinions and photos with their neighbors, and get the latest local news and information about their community.