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The Super 8 in Whitewater is one of the hotels in the area that has recently partnered with Community Action on its voucher program to help those who are homeless. But the city’s police chief had concerns.
Days before it was scheduled to go to trial, Pumpers & Mitchell’s has a settlement with the city of Whitewater to have its liquor license renewed for the next year but serve a two-month suspension in the fall.
Pumpers & Mitchell’s in Whitewater faces an uncertain future after the police department asked the city’s elected officials to reject the bar’s request for a renewed liquor license.
Whitewater saw “a number of large gatherings” over the weekend, which prompted UW-Whitewater’s vice chancellor for student affairs to plead with students to follow coronavirus safety protocols.
An investigation “did not establish” that the driver was using a cellphone, impaired by drugs or alcohol, “or was distracted in any other manner” at the time of the accident, Police Chief Aaron Raap said.
Whitewater police do not believe a late October fight was a hate crime—contrary to some social media posts and comments, the city’s police chief said Monday.
The former manager of the SweetSpot Bakehouse in Whitewater pleaded guilty Friday to stealing more than $32,000 from the business and was sentenced to four years of probation.
This month, a group will assess the Whitewater Police Department’s status as an accredited police agency in Wisconsin.
In a standing-room-only room at Whitewater’s city hall, Aaron Raap was sworn in as the new police chief in a ceremony Friday that also honored retiring Chief Lisa Otterbacher.