SENIOR MADI JOHNSON-HASS (right) takes over as the Grafton softball team’s ace this season. Press file photo
By MITCH MAERSCH Ozaukee Press staff Not many high school softball teams have played multiple games this season, but Grafton with its synthetic turf already split a pair at home. And senior Megan Crass gave the Black Hawks nearly two weeks to bask...


No place is safe from America’s drug plague, not even the comfortable, well protected communities of Ozaukee County. The deadliest drug—fentanyl—is here. Type “fentanyl” into the search box on the Ozaukee Press website and half a dozen headlines from recent local news stories involving the synthetic opioid appear. “Woman’s...

Good Living

Eileen McGinley is well equipped to bake and decorate gorgeous cookies like the garden-related goodies (top right) from the kitchen of her Grafton home. Photo by Sam Arendt. (Lower photos) EILEEN MCGINLEY’S COOKIES have won two online contests. McGinley is taking a break from running her home-based Manchester Ovens to raise five children but still concocts her creations for family and school events.
By MITCH MAERSCH Ozaukee Press staff It’s not that Eileen McGinley set out to create exquisite artistic desserts, but she was on maternity leave and was bored. “I’m just going to make some cookies,” the Grafton resident thought, “and I was just...


By KRISTYN HALBIG ZIEHM Ozaukee Press staff Businesses outside of downtown Port Washington now have the opportunity to be part of Port Main Street Inc. Main Street initiated a new associate member program on March 16 that allows businesses located...

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