LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL baseball teams such as Port Washington and Grafton, shown above in a North Shore Conference game last season, will have to renew their rivalries in the sport during the spring in 2019 after decades of playing in the summer. Photo by Sam Arendt
The WIAA’s announcement that baseball will only be playing in spring starting next year could have varying impacts on local programs. Port Washington, Grafton, Cedar Grove-Belgium and Ozaukee all will make the move to spring after decades of summer...


Money is pouring into Wisconsin. Hold the applause. This is not good news, because it’s not good money. It’s so-called dark money from mostly anonymous sources bent on corrupting the impartiality of the state’s judicial system at its highest echelon, the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Wisconsin doesn’t lead the nation in much these...

Good Living

The merging of the Volunteer Center of Ozaukee County with the Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee last year allowed Brenda Peterson to focus on two of her other passions. Calling herself an intuitive artist messenger, Peterson, the former executive...


SHIRLEY SCHANEN GRUEN, whose paintings of Port Washington have defined the city for the past four decades, posed for a portrait in her studio last yea). Her Franklin Street studio is closing Saturday and will reopen in May as the Blue Awning Gallery under the tutelage of Linda Sanduski of Mequon. Press file photo
Port Washington artist Shirley Schanen Gruen, who has had a studio in downtown for 40 years, is putting down her palette and taking down her easel. Her studio at 303 N. Franklin St. will close with a reception from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March...

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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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