From fresh flowers and vegetables to fresh donuts and pies – the Thiensville Village Market has something for everyone. Brian Kramp stopped by Village Park as vendors got ready for Tuesday’s Farmers Market.
A group working to recall four school board members in the Mequon-Thiensville School District has until Monday, Aug. 23 to submit thousands of signatures, and organizers said Friday they think they'll make their goal.
A group of upset parents has launched a petition to recall four members of Mequon-Thiensville Board of Education.
The debate over whether to keep mask mandates in place, amend them or remove them altogether marched on Monday.
A Thiensville police officer was hurt in a hit-and-run. The striking driver was later found and arrested.
Nine fire and EMS departments in Ozaukee County are answering more calls with fewer people, according to a new report from the Wisconsin Policy Forum, which says the system needs repair -- and soon.
The Thiensville Fire Department, along with nearly a dozen other agencies, helped rescue a person from a frigid situation Saturday, Feb. 13.
Anyone with information regarding Ede's whereabouts is asked to contact the Thiensville Police Department at 262-242-2100.
What is left of a downtown Thiensville restaurant which featured Nepali-inspired cuisine is now being demolished.
The owners of "the cheel" -- which featured Nepali-inspired cuisine -- are now hoping to fly above the devastating loss.
Older construction can make things challenging for firefighters, as hot spots can hide in the dead space of a building.
During what's already been a tough year on Main Street and for the service industry as a whole, a downtown Thiensville staple suffered another loss Sunday, Nov. 8. Firefighters from a handful of departments worked to extinguish a fire at "the cheel." No one was hurt, but the building appeared to have suffered heavy damage.
Trick-or-treating looked a little different in Thiensville in 2020.
Some parents added that even if a COVID-19 outbreak occurs, schools should remain open.
The numbers are worrisome enough to force a change of plans for the Mequon-Thiensville School District.