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The Neighborhood Files
Did you see the surprise dance on Friday?
From McNugget dispute to grass fires at the fireworks, Waukesha Patch brings you the most read stories this month.
Milwaukee was the No. 1-rated market for Sunday's Olympic broadcasts, despite the lack of local athletes and the tape-delayed prime-time events.
Customers get alert when paying their bill on the utility company's website.
The Wisconsin State Fair begins Thursday, starting 11 days of activities at State Fair Park. Some new things are in store—including new youth admission policies—and old favorites continue to draw fairgoers.
Dan Vrakas shares what Kohl's Corporation's decision to remain in Menomonee Falls means for all of Waukesha County.
Police & Fire
Waukesha Police Department calls from July 29 and July 30.
Police & Fire, The Neighborhood Files, Summer
Annual crime prevention event in Frame Park is being held Wednesday, Aug. 8.
Kathleen Cummings hired an attorney to represent her after a local business owner filed an ethics complaint against her based on her dueling roles as a Waukesha alderman and a county board supervisor.
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