New Berlin — With the New Berlin School Board vote in June to not only save the ailing Eisenhower Middle/High School swimming pool but to expand it to eight lanes, three swim groups have joined together to make both the Eisenhower and New Berlin West swimming pools top-notch.
New Berlin —The West Community Theatre, beginning in 2013 with a summer theater workshop for youth, will continue its summer productions with "Shrek Jr." opening Friday, July 31, and Lionel Bart's "Oliver!" Aug. 7 to 16.
New Berlin —The weather couldn't have been better for the Fourth of July celebration here, and many people went home with honors in addition to happy memories.
New Berlin —The Eisenhower Middle/High School library doesn't look much like itself, gutted and wires hanging from the ceiling,. But this fall, it will have comfy stuffed chairs, conference rooms and a cafe with coffee and bites to go.
New Berlin — From one police officer saving the life of a New Berlin man being crushed under a wheel of his truck to another chasing down and battling a violent suspect, the awards committee of the New Berlin Police Department had a lot of good work to choose from as it singled out officers and two citizens for honors this year.
In the wake of two fires at the new joint county/city recycling facility located in the city of Milwaukee, Waukesha County recycling officials are stressing how important it is not to put propane tanks and cylinders with recyclables.(1)
New Berlin — "Jurassic World" continues to rule the box office, but one New Berlin teen got to see the film before the crowds rushed to the theater, as well as meet his idol, Chris Pratt, who stars in the movie.
New Berlin — Graham Street neighbors of the New Berlin Hills golf course are relieved at the recent common council vote to take a driving range out of the golf course master plan.(1)
New Berlin — After years of battling over whether the failing swimming pool at Eisenhower Middle/High School should be rehabilitated because of cost, the New Berlin School Board on Monday voted to go ahead with the project, paying for it with proceeds from the sale of district properties and with surplus funds.(4)