Germantown — The assessment firm that employs a man found by the Wisconsin Department of Revenue to be out of compliance with state law will see at least another year working with the village of Germantown.
Sometimes you're just looking for a little positivity. And 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 just a few weeks, some of you will be gathered with friends and/or family celebrating the end of 2015 and the beginning of 2016, as well as having the dreaded conversation about New Year's resolutions.
Germantown — When Germantown High School junior Emily Li was a child, she would spend summers in Harbin, China, with her extended family. While she fondly remembers these times, they carry with them a startling memory Li said will stay with her always.
Rockefield Elementary School students stood on the outline of a $3.5 million addtion to their school that will contain up to eight classrooms and common space during a groundbreaking ceremony on Nov. 24
Germantown — Families in the Germantown area will soon have a new option for child care.
Germantown —Three seats are up for election on the Germantown School Board in April.
Germantown —Students and staff at Germantown High School received exciting news today. The school was one of 11 schools in the country selected to receive $100,000 in the national Celebrate My Drive competition.