» Sport Shorts: Oct 1, 2015
» Germantown swimmers rally for win over D2 champ Grafton
» Trash changes in Germantown delayed a month
» Several coyotes, foxes spotted in Menomonee Falls
» Germantown mansion destroyed in fire
» Michael Kirkendoll's pick lifts Whitefish Bay football team over Germantown
» Local churches celebrate, react to Pope Francis' address to Congress
» Menomonee Falls approves developer agreement with E.R. Wagner
» Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in Menomonee Falls welcomes Vicar Steve Bogie
» Falls Patio Players kicks off 50th season with 'Godspell'
» Post-unification period key in latest Falls Hall of Fame class
» Germantown boys volleyball team earns top state ranking
» Sport Shorts: Sept. 24, 2015
» Germantown board hits pause button on Saxony Village proposal
» Menomonee Falls' Cheery Cherry Fall Fair to benefit CMH Emergency Department
» Menomonee Falls native completes three-month service in Conservation Corps
» Milwaukee firm moving to Falls could get $600,000 in village funds
» Germantown School District seeks input on facilities
» Sendik's to introduce food recycling at area stores
» Lightning strike causes Germantown house fire
» Riverwalk on the Falls development moves forward
» Emergency repairs close Highway 45 southbound in Washington County
» Pavement repair to fully close US 45 southbound near Richfield
» Top-ranked Germantown boys volleyball team fights off Nicolet
» Kohl's to hire more than 69,000 associates this holiday season
-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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