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Hostess has been closed since November, but Aunt Millie's has been around since April.
The Neighborhood Files
While the DOT is suspending work for the Memorial Day weekend, there are a number of construction areas that could muck up your travel plans if you don't slow down.
Both athletes are returning to the state meet, held May 31 and June 1 in La Crosse, for the second straight year.
Business, The Neighborhood Files
The City of Greenfield has plans to repair Edgerton Avenue from 76th Street to 68th Street beginning June 15.
As our armed forces come home from the Middle East, the local Veterans Affairs benefits office is being stretched.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker could appeal to both social and fiscal conservatives, making him a candidate to "fear" in the Iowa Caucuses, progressives warn.
Extra officers will be on every highway and street all weekend, says Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, and municipal police back that up.
Schools, Business, The Neighborhood Files
The Village Center ad hoc committee gathered more than two dozen ideas to improve Downtown Greendale. But any major changes likely won't come for awhile.
Police & Fire
Authorities say after stuffing a bag with stolen merchandise from a Southridge department store, a Milwaukee woman sprayed mall security with pepper spray when she was confronted at the store exit.
Hollywood wants to capture Wisconsin's deep abiding affection for the Green Bay Packers and they are going to make a reality show about cheeseheads.
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