New Berlin —The New Berlin West Middle/High School Idea Center was packed with children and parents eager to see the first draft of what is being called an all-inclusive playground to be built in New Berlin's Malone Park.
New Berlin — The upbeat music and uplifting story of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice' "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" will be on the New Berlin West Performing Arts Center stage starting Friday, Feb. 5.
New Berlin police are predicting that the earliest they will conclude their investigation regarding alleged sexual contact between a female New Berlin West Middle/High School teacher and a male student will be Monday, Feb. 8.(1)
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.
BuySeasons, Inc. of New Berlin will layoff 128 employees at its facility, 5915 S. Moorland Road, beginning on April 1 and ending on July 1. The layoffs will be permanent, according to a news release from the state Department of Workforce Development.
With slow progress on fundraising and concerns about ongoing maintenance costs, the New Berlin Junior Woman's Club and the city of New Berlin have dropped plans for a splashpad in favor of a playground that could be used by children of all abilities.
New Berlin — The New Berlin Lions Club looked back last week on its being a driving force in this community as the charitable organization topped off its 65th year with a Parade of Checks presented to dozens of charities
Governor Scott Walker will come to the New Berlin School District on Monday morning to recognize the district for its efforts in the area of career preparation.(10)
New Berlin —With the new year beginning, the New Berlin Public Library has started a community service projects program with the January and February project aimed at communities and families of the world.
New Berlin —A New Berlin man, 47, who allegedly misrepresented himself as a wealthy former Green Bay Packers football player and may have conned an unemployed woman out of thousands of dollars is scheduled for a preliminary appearance on Jan. 25 in Waukesha County Circuit Court.(1)
There was laughing, talking and even joking as people with mild to moderate memory loss and their caregivers got together to socialize at a Memory Cafe in Delafield, a concept that New Berlin and other librairies have since adopted.