» Preps football photos of the week: Level 2
» Green Bay Packaging buys 2 cardboard, packaging firms
» Townsend keys Germantown win over Oconomowoc
» Photo Gallery: WIAA state soccer tourney day one
» Germantown schools finalize balanced budget
» Global Precision Industries moves to Menomonee Falls
» Former West Allis strip club owner sentenced to prison for perjury
» Large beer garden planned for Germantown
» First Bank taking nominations for Holi-Days of Giving
» Taxes to go down for Falls school district residents
» Republican Party of Waukesha County calling for election observers
» Suburban roundup: Week one of the WIAA football postseason
» Menomonee Falls boys soccer team earns first state tourney berth
» Germantown football team advances with easy win over Brookfield Central
» Menomonee Falls stunned by Milwaukee King
» Preps football photos of the week: Level 1
» Falls soccer team advances to WIAA sectional final with 2-0 win
» GFD is "delivering fire prevention" tonight
» Menomonee Falls Radisson Hotel is officially under new ownership
» Amy Belle Elementary School Receives Award
» Orphaned Griebel children adopted by aunt, uncle
» U.S. Department of Labor fines local company more than $130,000 for violations, endangering employee
» Award-winning filmmaker to air film locally on Oct. 29
» Commercial development will be allowed at Falls gateway intersection
» Milwaukee man charged in armed robbery at Falls Associated Bank
-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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