Wauwatosa historic log cabin may be moved to North Avenue in time for Christmas
After an intense debate over moving a well-known log cabin; it is looking like the cabin could be moved before Christmas.
New governor’s wacky dancing caught on camera
That's what voters wanted - a governor who loves to dance. Gov. Ned Lamont was sworn in Wednesday, and at the galas that followed the festivities Lamont, apparently overtcome with sheer joy and excitement, decided to cut a rug and, boy that rug sure was cut. To ribbons. To the tune of "Play That Funky Music," no less. Twitter user Chris Soto, captured the esteemed governor's moves, and posted them online. It looks like the governor was attempting to do the running man, maybe. Soto is Lamont's legislative affairs director.
School board OKs suspensions of 2 Schalick wrestling coaches
Two Arthur P. Schalick High School wrestling coaches, four team members, and other students are suspended as state police investigate a "hazing."
Pope's white Lamborghini up for raffle; winner gets trip to Rome
VATICAN CITY — A custom-built 2018 Lamborghini Huracan coupe autographed by Pope Francis is back on the block, but, this time with an online fundraising platform, not at an elite European auction house.
10 Questions with ... Brandon Blake
Current job title: Principal of the Compass Academy alternative school in the Bowling Green Independent School District.
Oconomowoc woman won a national bodybuilding competition to earn her professional status
Guerra also works as a part-time trainer at the YMCA at Pabst Farms.
3 teens injured in Sonoma Valley tree crash
The crash happened on Leveroni Road, as the driver navigated a left curve near Arnold Drive, the CHP said.
Couple sued for $400k in Eugene dog-attack case
A former Eugene couple is being sued for $400,000 in connection with a 2016 pit bull attack that allegedly left a dog trainer with substantial facial
Not fade away... how robots are preserving our old newspapers
In a Yorkshire outpost of the British Library, archivists using the latest conservation technology are digitising 300 years of newspapers – and that’s just for starters
Developer purchases former Andersons general store
Steve Roumaya, a local hotel developer, has purchased the former Andersons general store in West Toledo and plans to turn it into a mixed-use commercial ...