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A new proposed development in the Newport Shores location has the wow factor.
The Press this week is jam-packed with news, including the latest in the Ozaukee County court system investigation, new business developments in Port, Fredonia and Grafton and a special wedding section.
Celebrate Love your Great Lakes Day in Port Washington today beginning at 9:30 a.m. with a panel discussion of noted experts on the lake, including Dan Egan, a Pulitzer Prize finalist and author of “The Death and Life of the Great Lakes” at the First Congregational Church, as well as music, arts and more this afternoon at the Port Exploreum and Gallery 224. All events are free.
This Valentines Day express your love for Lake Michigan by attending the Love Your Great Lakes Day! This interesting and fun filled day will take place Saturday February 10, 2018. This event is free to the public. You don't want to miss this extraordinary day!!
Wednesday is paper day, the Ozaukee Press is hitting newsstands today and subscriber's mailboxes tomorrow. Read all about the increase in flu cases, a feature on Port Washington's Sentry store and its impact on the community and more.
Saturday's Port Washington Winter Market is at Inventor's Brewpub this weekend, featuring live music and local products.
Update: Miley has been found and is back home!
Missing yellow Lab in the Belgium area near Jay Road and LL. Has been known to roam as far as 43. Miley is wearing a red collar.
Riveredge Nature Center is celebrating 50 years with a season-long series of events.
Breaking news story this week: Two Ozaukee County judges this week defended the county’s court system against accusations made by fellow Judge Joseph Voiland that sparked a 16-month criminal investigation and resulted in a report that portrays the court system as dysfunctional if not corrupt. http://www.ozaukeepress.com/…/9836-court-officials-refute-v…
Here's hoping for clear skies early tomorrow morning in order to witness the rare celestial event: a Blue Moon, a total lunar eclipse and a super moon. The eclipse will begin at 5:48:27 a.m. Wed. Jan. 31. Unfortunately, the moon will have set by the time the maximum eclipse occurs at 7:29. A Blue Moon is when two full moons happen in the same calendar month; lunar eclipses occur when the moon passes into Earth's shadow; and supermoons happen when the moon's perigee—its closest approach to Earth in a single orbit—coincides with a full moon.
Mark your calendars. The Port Exploreum is marking Love your Great Lakes Day by featuring experts, author Dan Egan, musicians and artists February 10.
Looking for something fun to do tomorrow night? The Saukville Lions Club’s 14th annual Beer and Wine Tasting will be held from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 27, at Lepanto Banquet Hall at the Country Inn & Suites in Port Washington. There will likely be more than 50 different styles of beer and 15 samples of wine, including two new beer vendors and a new food vendor. Tickets cost $25 ($45 per couple) in advance and increase by $5 at the door. They are available from Lions Club members and at The Village Printer and American Family Insurance in Saukville.