WHITEWATER--The Whitewater Police Department is hosting the annual National Night Out celebration on Tuesday, Aug. 5, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Cravath Lake Park, located at 341 S. Fremont St., Whitewater.
ELKHORN--The second installment for 2013 real estate property taxes in Walworth County is due on or
Angel Cruz and Froilan Avila-Romo, both of Harvard, Illinois, were arrested Wednesday on drug related charges.
A village of Fontana snowplow driver can be compelled by a judge to accept an injury settlement under the Worker's Compensation Act, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
A Williams Bay teacher accused of posting threatening comments on Facebook in June has reached a resignation agreement with the Williams Bay School District.
Ronald Carstensen and Donald Hoeft Jr., former Lake Geneva Street Department employees, made their initial appearance in court Tuesday.
The four people accused of being involved in a Friday morning Whitewater shooting made their initial court appearances Tuesday.
The U.S. Attorney wants to permanently divest the owner of The Delavan Smoke Shop of his store and the $766,097, according to documents filed Monday in federal court.
The timeline is completely laid out for the Crossridge Park playground project planned at North Parkview Drive near the Parker YMCA in Milton. Now all that's left to do is find a way to finish paying for it.
Jeffrey J. Kohl, 40, of 117 N. Washington St., Elkhorn, is facing his fifth charge of drunken driving.
Darnell L. Mansfield, 29, of Madison is charged with his fourth drunken driving offense.
Paul A. Michel, 35, of Blue Mounds, is charged with his fifth drunken driving offense in Walworth County Court.
The Tallman House has a new angle on its tours. The focus: old technology.
A UW-Whitewater professor will use his second Fulbright Scholar award to teach and do research in Columbia.