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RESIDENTS OF THE Misty Ridge subdivision in Port Washington gathered Tuesday around the Handrow family — Liz and 2-year-old Avery, who has cancer, Justin and Avery’s twin Owen and 5-year-old Olivia — to show support for the family. In addition to raising money to help with the Handrows’ medical bills, neighbors have tied yellow cancer awareness ribbons around most of the trees in the subdivision. Photo by Sam Arendt

When a little girl has cancer, it takes a neighborhood to help her and her family. That’s the case in the Misty Ridge subdivision on Port Washington’s far south side. Avery Handrow, who turned 2 in...


STANDING IN THE MIDDLE of Anchor Men’s Wear Monday was owner Scott Schweizer, who is putting the store inventory and fixtures on sale this week as he prepares to close the downtown Port Washington shop and retire. Schweizer, 63, began working in what was then Sager’s Apparel in Port in 1980 and bought the shop from the Sager family in 1987. Photo by Sam Arendt

Anchor Men’s Wear, which for decades has catered to businessmen looking for suits, teens renting prom garb and grooms seeking tuxedoes in downtown Port Washington, is going out of business as owner...


PICTURED WHILE TRAINING in Winnipeg, Canada, for his upcoming solo speed expedition to the South Pole, Eric Larsen will first complete the across-Wisconsin trek he started Tuesday.

Cedarburg High School graduate Eric Larsen has led expeditions to both the north and south poles and climbed Mount Everest — actually he was the first person to do all three over the course of a year...


The Aug. 27 flood turned the back yards of some homes on North Spring Street in Port Washington into a lake. Photo by Bill Schanen IV

Port Washington aldermen on Tuesday said they’re willing to use eminent domain to accommodate flood mitigation measures on the city’s west side, but stressed that they will not use condemnation to...


FLOODING ON AUG. 27 turned yards like this one off North Spring Street in Port Washington into lakes and ruined the lower levels of homes in the west-side neighborhood. A plan to solve the flooding problem, which calls for the city to buy easements and houses, was endorsed by the Board of Public Works Tuesday. Press file photo

Determined to resolve flooding on the city’s west side, the Port Washington Board of Public Works on Tuesday backed a plan to acquire easements from property owners and buy houses — and use eminent...





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