GRAFTON PLAYERS CELEBRATING a return trip to the playoffs (top photo) after beating Nicolet last Friday included Zach Weir (12), Joe Birch (20), Jay Garza (54), Caleb Buback and Dominic Voiland (1). Photo by Mitch Maersch
The word of the week for the Grafton High School football team heading into last Friday’s North Shore Conference battle against Nicolet as “finish.” That’s exactly what the Black Hawks did, which means their season doesn’t finish this week. The...


The Port Washington Common Council earlier this month did as the writer of a recent letter to the editor urged and just said no — a resounding no to a developer’s request for $5.25 million in tax incremental financing assistance for what would be the city’s largest subdivision built on valuable south bluff property. Even in a...

Good Living

Sitting in his childhood bedroom in his parents’ Saukville home after performing at Milwaukee’s Summerfest, it hit him. Patrick Martin, a Port Washington High School graduate with two college degrees, realized he wasn’t going to achieve his dream of...


THE FORMER BEST BUY store in the Grafton Commons could soon house T.J. Maxx and Five Below retail stores. The building has been vacant since November 2018. Photo by Sam Arendt
Plans are moving forward for two new tenants to set up shop in the former Best Buy space in the Grafton Commons. The Village of Grafton Architectural Review Board on Thursday, Oct. 10, approved a proposal from Berengaria Development for T.J. Maxx...

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