» Jackknifed semi closes 2 lanes of northbound Highway 45 at 124th St.
» Missing, injured dog, Kiwi, still missing in Germantown
» NMS in the Falls to hold information night
» EXIT Realty XL adds new team member
» Kohl's Cares to craft kits for kids
» NMS Schedule distribution at NMS to occur August 19 - 21
» Menomonee Falls Harley-Davidson facility to start offering additional tours
» Crews clear crash that closed right lane of NB Highway 45 at Good Hope Road
» Germantown baseball team competes well in tough summer
» 'Milwaukee lion' spotted in Glendale
» 'Lights out' factory expansion underway in Germantown
» Hansen, Menomonee Falls baseball team get weight lifted with title
» Tokoto makes stop at Falls Fest after NBA draft
» New York manufacturer to acquire Magnetek for $188.9 million
» Manchester was a giant in world of Menomonee Falls athletics
» Six-run fourth lifts Menomonee Falls to semifinal win over Pewaukee
» Falls baseball team routs Franklin for state championship
» District names new Rockfield Elementary principal
» Inaugural mud run raises $4K for Germantown teacher grants
» Germantown resident wins MS scholarship
» The Suburban 16 Power Rankings: Watt, Niebrugge, and others on the next level
» Familiar face to lead Germantown parks department
» Battle-tested Menomonee Falls confident heading into state tourney
» Wine added to Falls Fest lineup
» Menomonee Falls' DeCloux crowned Waukesha County's Fairest of the Fair
-Investigation: Family behind collapsed Falls building has a history of neglecting properties
-Partial building collapse near Su Casa happens overnight in Menomonee Falls
-Eyewitness describes Menomonee Falls building collapse as 'insane'
-Tenants pick up pieces from building collapse management calls 'a Godly act'
-Falls issues raze or repair order on site of March building collapse
-Photos: In and around North Hills Plaza
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