Suburban News Roundup
Featured Photo Whitefish Bay pays $138,000 in exchange for village manager resignation
Whitefish Bay — Village officials agreed to pay roughly $138,000 in various forms of compensation in return for Village Manager Patrick DeGrave's resignation, according to a resignation agreement acquired through records requests.
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Elmbrook schools, Brookfield police warn against 'Junior/Senior wars' and 'paranoia' games
The Elmbrook School District and the Brookfield Police Department are warning teenagers not to participate in delinquent activities called Junior/Senior "Wars" and "Paranoia," reminding participants that those "games" can result in criminal charges.
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Featured Photo City says goodbye to 'Mr. Wauwatosa'
From spring cleanups to serving at the food pantry to a long stint of service on the Common Council, it is not difficult to look around Wauwatosa and see the impact Dick Bachman had on the community.
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Featured Photo Fox Point to replace footbridge after years of debate
After years of heated public meetings, the Fox Point Village Board has decided to build a new footbridge on Bridge Lane.
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Featured Photo The Rock baseball stadium proposal strikes out, for now, in Franklin
Franklin — The Rock Sports Complex's proposed professional baseball stadium will not be paid by the taxpayers, the project's task force has decided.
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Featured Photo Mequon, Weickardt reach deal on River Club subdivision
Mequon — After a nearly three-year struggle to reach a deal, city officials and River Club of Mequon owner Tom Weickardt have agreed to terms on a more modest subdivision development near the club and along the Milwaukee River.
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Fingerprints on Pringles can lead police to robbery suspect
Brandon D. Freeman, a 25-year-old man without a listed address, faces up to 10 years in prison and $25,000 in fines if convicted of being a party to the crime of taking property from the Brookfield Place gas station, 3075 N. 124th St., about 8:30 p.m. April 20, 2013.
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Featured Blogger Straight From the Shrink
Jenna Behrens
Well it finally seems like we have made it out of winter and we are onto spring! What a great feeling. As I'm typing this, I am enjoying the sunlight hititng my back and lighting up our house
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April 16, 2014

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Police vs Fire basketball benefit

The Police took on the Fire in the 4th annual Basketball Challenge at Catholic Memorial High School to benefit Brookfield Police Lt. Tom Vento, who is fighting cancer.

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