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The Neighborhood Files, Summer
There is a lot crammed into the three-day weekend, and sometimes getting to a parade or ceremony gets lost. Do you make it a point to attend? Will you attend this year?
Hannah Rohde of Waukesha West was the dominant performer at Thursday's sectional at North, but all three city schools are sending athletes to state.
South had the best team performance, while Dylan Chmura of West took home two first-place awards at Thursday's sectional at Waukesha North.
Volunteers in the News
Caroline Reddy has a two-year assignment helping small-scale farmers improve their businesses in a poor African nation.
Gov. Scott Walker participated in last week's ribbon cutting at International Business Systems, a Swedish company with offices all over the world.
Police & Fire
So it’s finally starting to warm up in Wisconsin, and suddenly there’s a nudity epidemic. This is our weekly weird crime roundup, OMG PD.
The FBI compiles crime statistics annually and Patch has used that data to create a searchable database for Wisconsin information.
The National Transportation Safety Board wants another lowering of the blood-alcohol standard for drunk driving. It stands at .08; the NTSB wants it at .05.
SCORE Complex in Racine hosts the 2013 National High School Rugby Girls Championships, and DHSA and Catholic Memorial are among the eight finalists.
An amorous couple needed police assistance to deal with a “wardrobe malfunction.” Welcome to OMG PD.
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