» Investigation: Family behind collapsed Falls building has a history of neglecting properties
» Susan G. Komen awards grant to Washington County
» Germantown Bier Stube hosts its first May Day weekend celebration
» Falls Patio Players takes to the stage for weekend two of "Hairspray"
» Germantown board votes in favor of adding on to overcrowded school
» Germantown fifth-grader wins international Destination Imagination contest
» Falls high school student reportedly pushed to ground by school resource officer
» Falls police representatives invite public to chat over coffee
» Germantown School Board could make decision about space needs at Rockfield Elementary School
» Falls school district to review facilities plans, ask for community feedback
» Family members react to survival of Falls native in Everest avalanche following earthquake in Nepal
» Menomonee Falls educators receive national awards
» Menomonee Falls village board president steps down, highlights positives from tenure
» Menomonee Falls' Jones blanks Germantown, 2-0, in softball thriller
» Falls board plans to move ahead with private property sewer lateral work
» Longtime Germantown trustee Al Vanderheiden bids farewell, thanks community
» Longtime Germantown fire captain resigns
» Germantown Fire Department, Red Cross provide free smoke detectors following fatal fire
» Participants needed for Relay for Life, May 29-30 in Germantown
» Update: 911 call reveals details of attempted carjacking in Menomonee Falls
» Child, man are crticially injured in crash
» Germantown School Board members call modular classrooms a "Band-Aid"
» Germantown school district survey yields support for pool, solutions to overcrowding
» Waukesha, Washington counties at "very high" fire danger risk
» Former Menomonee Falls village president welcomes grandson following tragic loss
-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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