TOWN OF LYONS -- Imagine a cricket, with legs like a musician's baton, releasing a song that echoes the sound of a canoe paddle slicing through water. Kimberly Blaeser, Wisconsin's new poet laureate, conjures up such images in her poems, revealing...
As the certainty of Act 10 becomes the norm, students who never worked in a world without it look ah
Gardeners are starting to consider their gardens, so the UW Extension is starting to think of harves
Travis Schwantes believes that the crimes people are accused of committing don't accurately reflect
Diana Dykstra, former administrator/clerk/treasurer for the village of Darien, won an award for the clarity of Darien's 2015 budget.
ELKHORN — St. Patrick Parish showed off for the public at an open house Feb. 21, culminating nearly a yearlong renovation project.
Ground broke on March 16, 2014, and the congregation held its first Mass back in the church on...
Milton students braved frigid waters Valentine's Day to raise money for Wisconsin Special Olympics.
The juvenile charged with killing a friend in July in town of Sharon made another court appearance Monday afternoon in Walworth County.
The Department of Natural Resources has confirmed the presence of destructive emerald ash borer insects in the city's ash trees.
Open Arms Free Clinic is moving to a new space and expanding its services.
A barn fire that started late Sunday morning shut down Highway 59.
Walworth County officials are looking into how to keep more juveniles out of correctional facilities and in the community.
The adult-aged UW-Whitewater wrestling recruit who was a suspect in a sexual assault case will not face charges. The wrestler was a 21-year-old competing for Lincoln College's wrestling team in Lincoln, Illinois, at the time of the event.
The case against a 16-year-old who was convicted in the burning of a Sugar Creek church has been dismissed. The state Court of Appeals ordered a new trial in juvenile court last week.