Member of the Cedar Grove-Belgium soccer team consoled each other after losing to Kenosha St. Joseph’s in the Division 4 state championship game at Uihlein Soccer Park in Milwaukee Saturday. Photo by Mitch Maersch
It wasn’t the color they were looking for, but Cedar Grove-Belgium’s soccer players still came home with medals around their necks – along with bumps, bruises and aches – from the Division 4 state soccer final at Uihlein Soccer Park in Milwaukee on...


Press room workers, graphic designers, reporters, ad sales reps, editors, office staff, drivers, photographers, anyone who makes his or her living as an employee of an American newspaper can empathize with the fears being voiced by employees and owners of U.S. businesses that will suffer in the trade war set in motion by...

Good Living

Andrew Lavey is happy he and his wife Mary have adopted Ben (left) and Jonah, who both have Down syndrome. Photo by Sam Arendt
Mary and Andrew Lavey of Cedar Grove didn’t initially set out to permanently grow their family beyond three children. They felt a calling to serve as foster parents to orphan babies who came from difficult circumstances — sometimes even picking them...


IT’S BEEN 20 years since Wayne’s Drive-In at Five Corners in the Town of Cedarburg opened its doors, and the staff is celebrating with a host of fundraisers. Among the staff members at the restaurant are (top photo, from left) Rachel Gosselin, Rhaea Morgan, Mary Champeny, General Manager Steve Michalica, Ryan Commons, Jennifer Gelinskey and Kaley Gelinskey. Photos by Sam Arendt
  It’s been 20 years since Wayne’s Drive-In opened its doors at Five Corners in the Town of Cedarburg — and the restaurant is celebrating not with a party but with a plethora of community fundraising events. “The community supports us, so we try to...

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Wisconsin’s largest paid circulation community weekly newspaper. Serving Port Washington, Saukville, Grafton, Fredonia, Belgium, as well as Ozaukee County government. Locally owned and printed in Port Washington, Wisconsin.

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