After years of searching and planning, a Bookfield mother and a former Elmbrook School District employee have realized their dream of opening a center to help children who have trouble with communication and social interaction.
City of Brookfield residents can start signing themselves and their children up for the city's Parks & Recreation fall programs soon.
A new church is looking to make its first permanent home in the city of Brookfield.
The Brookfield Public Library will once again be offered support from its biggest fan group this month.
Seniors can call (262) 782-1636 to reserve a noon meal at the Brookfield Senior Community Center, 2000 N. Calhoun Road. Suggested donation is $4.
Visitors to the town of Brookfield and its surrounding region will have a new option for comfortable living arrangements within about a year.(1)
The town of Brookfield's new Hobby Lobby location will open its doors with a grand opening ceremony next Monday at 9 a.m.(1)