Alex Groth, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Alex Groth

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Appleton, WI, United States

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Recent:
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Past:
  • Oshkosh Northwestern
  • Fond du Lac Reporter
  • HTR

Recent articles by Alex:

Fox Point neighbors push back against proposal to allow limited access to artist Mary Nohl's home

The proposal is causing some commotion among local Beach Drive residents who are concerned about maintaining a quiet neighborhood atmosphere. → Read More

'I've always danced:' Fox Point woman with dementia dances with Bucks Grand Dancers

Judy Brannon's dream was fulfilled when she danced with the Milwaukee Bucks Grand Dancers at Azura Memory Care. → Read More

'The entire experience was incredible:' Greendale High School band steps in to play for Yale against Purdue in NCAA Tournament

Many of the Yale marching band members couldn't make it to the game because they were traveling during their spring break. → Read More

The owners of two Waukesha gas stations have sued Woodman's, saying the grocery chain kept its gas prices too low

Woodman's Food Market is arguing against a lawsuit filed last year by two competing gas stations who alleged it sold fuel below the legal limit. → Read More

A Waukesha apartment fire has claimed the life of a second resident, police say

Kimberly McQuade is the second victim to die from a fatal fire that broke out Tuesday morning at 1211 Lambeth Road. Kevin McQuade died earlier. → Read More

After a dog was seriously injured in Elm Grove, possibly by a coyote, officials will hold a public safety meeting

Discussion at the next Public Safety Meeting on March 21 will determine if the village will take any additional actions, such as trapping. → Read More

Okauchee's Baker Meister temporarily closes after fire breaks out in an apartment above the store

"When the fire occurred, they were downstairs preparing the baked goods and they smelled smoke." → Read More

'There's now light at the end of the tunnel': Oconomowoc receives $2.3 million grant to finish pedestrian underpass

After seven years, Oconomowoc has received funding to complete the construction of the pedestrian underpass at Highway 67. → Read More

Waukesha County judge acted with bias against domestic violence victim in custody case, state appeals court finds

Attorney Steven Hughes argued the court shifted its role from being impartial to being prosecutorial. → Read More

After 30 years in the business world, a Delafield man opens a free Civil War museum

Robert Brown, 71, collected maps and books while visiting over 50 Civil War battlefields around the U.S. over the past 12 years. → Read More

A Delafield man was charged after police say he detonated an explosive device in a nearby wooded area

If convicted of all counts, Benedict Thums could face more than 34 years in prison and $65,000 in fines. → Read More

A Delafield man was arrested after he detonated an explosive device in a wooded area, police say

A Delafied man was arrested after detonating an explosive device in a wooded area. Police said there is no ongoing danger to the community. → Read More

After years of delays, $25 million mass timber development The Grain has broken ground in Delafield

The project, named The Grain, will be at 705 Genesee in downtown Delafield where an old BP gas station used to sit. → Read More

Man accused in police shooting in Delafield charged with attacking fellow inmate

Benton, already charged with shooting police officers in Delafield, is now also charged with attempted 1st-degree intentional homicide in a separate case. → Read More

Summerfest president Don Smiley has bought a $1.6 million home on Pewaukee Lake

The Pewaukee residence is a single-family home on about a half acre. The property has 3,437 square feet and four bedrooms and three bathrooms. → Read More

An Oconomowoc wildlife center is asking for fish for a pelican rescued from a frozen lake

The American white pelican needs fish that are preferably 8 inches or smaller. Pelicans can eat more than 4 pounds of fish per day. → Read More

Wisconsin children's book author Barbara Joosse writes a holiday book for 'quirky' kids

The Port Washington author wrote about Clausie learning to embrace his individuality in her latest book called "Just be Claus." → Read More

Waukesha teen robbed, sexually assaulted 87-year-old woman outside public library, police say

An 87-year-old woman told police on Nov. 30 that she was robbed at knifepoint and someone took her car while she was at the Waukesha Public Library. → Read More

Waukesha West High School students have been evacuated from school after the principal received an email threat

Students are being evacuated from Waukesha West High School after the principal received an email Friday morning about a threat to students at lunch. → Read More

A Fox Point man is accused of defrauding investors of millions of dollars

Between 2016 and 2018, David Braeger obtained over $5.5 million from investors. → Read More