New Berlin — The 48th edition of the Fourth of July here parade will be the most musical and for the first time, the festival on the grounds of Malone Park will have a record 12 bands. A helicopter will offer a bird's eye view of the events for $40.
New Berlin always celebrates the Fourth of July in a big way, but this year it also will celebrate coming together one week in May and building a playground that all youngsters, even those in wheelchairs can enjoy.
A fundraiser for the New Berlin Police Canine Unit will be held noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 16, at Cappoochino's Dog Wash & Grooming Salon, Sendiks Plaza, 3640 S. Moorland Road, New Berlin: Meet Condor, a New Berlin Police dog, meet Zappa a champion Newfoundland and dogs from the German Shepard Club. Silent auction baskets, home-baked dog treats, do-it-yourself dog wash $15 and nails trimmed $10 will be offered. 262-789-5210
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New Berlin — Proud Mustangs took their place alongside many American classics at the first "Smokin' Cars & Barbecue" Car Show of the year at the New Berlin City Center, Moorland Road and National Avenue.
LindenGrove recently announced the election of Joe Garza to its board of directors. Garza is the superintendent at the School District of New Berlin.
New Berlin —A New Berlin grandfather who pleaded guilty to fourth-degree sexual assault of a granddaughter was placed on one year of probation by Waukesha County Circuit Court Judge Lloyd Carter.