VILLAGE OF PEWAUKEE - A yearly summer tradition returns for its 22nd year to the shores of Pewaukee Lake with food, music and activities throughout its two days, along with a water-related festival. The Pewaukee Kiwanis Beach Party, started in 1994, is returning this year on Friday and Saturday, June 23 and 24. From 5 to 11:30 p.m. June 23, food and beverages will be served, and from 7 to 11:30 p.m., the band Alter Ego will perform.
VILLAGE OF PEWAUKEE - The beach on Pewaukee Lake has been closed due to a possible outbreak of blue-green algae — just days before the Kiwanis Beach Party and Lake Country Clean Water Festival are scheduled on the lakefront. Algae blooms were found near the fishing pier and seem to be moving toward the beach, according to a post from the Pewaukee Park and Recreation Department's Facebook page. The beach is closed until tests come back confirming what the issue is.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A private college in Connecticut has closed its campus due to threats made against it after a professor’s social media posts that he says were twisted to sound as though they referred to last week’s congressional shooting in Virginia. Trinity College says it received threats related to social media posts by Johnny Eric Williams. The campus of the liberal arts school in Hartford closed Wednesday until further notice.
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Selecting a term
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