Marshfield program teaches girls soccer, builds confidence in unexpected ways
MARSHFIELD - Tiaras, tutus and stuffed animals have long been at home among soccer cleats and shin guards in Marshfield, where for more than two decades
Marshfield town meeting to decide on $50 million override request
MARSHFIELD — Voters Monday night will have to decide if the town can raise taxes for 30 years in order to pay off a total of $49.8 million in
Marshfield football turns attention to B.C. High after amazing win
The Marshfield football team is hoping that they can continue playing the role of the “Road Warriors.”
High school football: Marshfield carries perfect record, top seed into playoffs
Valley Football Association-West Division champions among 10 local teams who begin postseason run on Friday
The sweet truth: Your guide to Maple Fall Fest in Marshfield
Maple Fall Fest is one of the most popular events in Marshfield and this year features it's handcrafted arts and crafts but also a new event.
Marshfield woman about to turn 107 shares secret to a long life
Ivy Sorenson, 106, has a long history in the area. She grew up on a farm in Unity and worked as a teacher for 41 years.
How cold is too cold? Here's how Marshfield schools decide to close in bad weather
In the event of bad weather, Marshfield School District guidelines cite safety of students and staff as the number one reason to cancel school.
‘We’re not competing’: Marshfield leaders struggle to solve single-family housing shortage in city
Lack of available single-family housing is forcing people to move outside of Marshfield city limits, which is hindering economic development.
Marshfield Mayor Bob McManus to mark 100 days in office with town hall meeting
Residents can meet with the mayor Tuesday in the Drendel Room at the Second Avenue Community Center.
Marshfield's 2020 budget proposes a 2% tax increase. Here's more you should know.
Take a look at the highlights of Marshfield's proposed 2020 budget.
St. Vincent's food pantry in Marshfield serves 500 people monthly. Here's how to help.
USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin's Stock the Shelves campaign aims to raise funds to provide 1 million meals for people across the state.
Marshfield man left newborn puppies in trash, now he must pay the shelter caring for them
Robert Wild, 56, must pay more than $5,000 to the Marshfield Area Pet Shelter to reimburse it for caring for the puppies he abandoned in the trash.
Waukesha Will Get Lake Michigan Water—Now What?
Waukesha still needs to jump through a few hoops before it receives Lake Michigan water under the Great Lakes Water Compact.
What's next for the Great Lakes region now that Waukesha has won?
The first real test case for the landmark water-withdrawal agreement known as the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River Basin Water Resources Compact, or simply the Great Lakes compact, is now one for the books. The city of Waukesha, Wis. has prevailed in its defense of a 2016 permit it received to...
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Waukesha finally finds a homeless shelter, but did it bend the rules to get there?
The city is willing to sell its old fire station to a nonprofit group for use as a homeless shelter in winter. But a policy question over the sale made the decision a difficult one.
3 things you should know about Waukesha's medical marijuana referendum
On Nov. 6, voters living in the city of Waukesha will be asked if medical marijuana should be legalized by the state.
Plans for Waukesha's baseball and soccer complex could depend on the ruling of an obscure panel
The city wants to extend a tax increment financing district to help finance the development of a baseball stadium and soccer complex at Mindiola Park. But first, the taxing jurisdictions must approve of the idea.
Wondering when Northview Road work will be done? Waukesha now has the answer
Plagued by utility relocation problems and other issues, Northview Road approaches completion more than two months beyond its targeted date.
Here's your guide to the rides at the 2019 Waukesha County Fair
Over 10 different rides are spread out across the west side of the Waukesha County Fair.