High school spring sports are still possible this season, after the WIAA Board of Control last week voted to delay a decision on what to do about season and tournaments. In the meantime, however, practices aren’t being held with schools delivering...


Aside from the barely-above-freezing air temperature, some days last week seemed like summer at the Port Washington lakefront. Individuals, couples and families—fathers, mothers, kids and dogs—were strolling on the walkways of Coal Dock Park and the Harborwalk, taking in the lake views, watching the ever-present fishermen...

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Nick Grosenick is preparing for a 115-mile bike ride by taking spinning classes and training at Zuzu Pedals in downtown Port Washington and taking his bike out for lengthy spins on the road. To motivate him, Grosenick is working to raise awareness of the need for automatic external defibrillators for the Port Fire Department. Photo by Sam Arendt
Nick Grosenick is a hard-core bicyclist who races mountain bikes. Now the 40-year-old Port Washington man is training to tackle the challenge of a bike ride of more than 100 miles with  virtually non-stop peddling.            Grosenick said he knew...


THE HARBORVIEW HOTEL in downtown Port Washington closed its doors to guests on Friday, March 20, due to the recent spike in cancellations. Owner Eric Lund said he hopes to return to business as soon as possible because he has furloughed all but two managers at the hotel. Other area hotels in Port and Grafton remain open, but they are also experiencing a number of cancellations and may eventually shutter operations. Photo by Sam Arendt
Area hotels are struggling to stay afloat as people cancel their plans due to the coronavirus outbreak.  The Harborview hotel in Port Washington closed on Friday, March 20, owner Eric Lund said. “We had to make the tough decision to close the...

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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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