Positive and uplifting stories in suburban Milwaukee and Lake Country in December

Jan. 4, 2016

For some, 2015 was a year to forget.

But there were certainly positives in the year, including many stories we reported on in December.

We hope to deliver that to you with a roundup of positive and uplifting stories from suburban Milwaukee and the Lake Country area. The following stories were published in the past month, and they feature stories that could warm your heart in the cold of winter.


Passion, talent helps Brookfield Central's Emily Oberst defeat cancer



Hillel Academy students help their classmate get a new wheelchair



Pewaukee Lake Elementary students raise money in honor of classmate with arthritis



'Perfect Brother' celebration held in memory of sibling also helps others



Cancer survivor has tropical-themed shopping experience



Oconomowoc High School students deliver gifts to Milwaukee kids



Kids treated to Wauwatosa Meijer shopping spree with Milwaukee Brewers' Scooter Gennett



Video: Harlem Globetrotters teach 82-year-old Wauwatosa resident new tricks



Wilkinson listens with 'ears of the heart' as hospice volunteer in Oconomowoc



Emergency kits donated to Waukesha County Sheriff's Department K-9 unit



Harwood family music: Made to inspire


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