For the second consecutive week, the Greenfield police and fire departments were the biggest headline grabbers on Greenfield Patch.
One week after department heads Frank Springob and Russ Spahn announced they would retire in June, the Police and Fire Commission appointed interim chiefs; Battalion Chief Jon Cohn will take over the fire department June 1 and Deputy Inspector Brad Wentlandt will do the same for the police department June 30.
In other Greenfield fire news, Greenfield Patch had the honor and privilege to speak with firefighter Ryan Berg via Skype. Berg is serving overseas but is expected to return home sometime this month.
In other big news, Whitnall High School housed a listening session hosted by Rep. Paul Ryan and the visit proved to be one of the more hostile ones Ryan experienced on his tour around Southeastern Wisconsin.
Greenfield Patch also stopped in at one of the city's hottest new restaurants, Towers Bar & Grill, checked some updates Kopp's fans can expect in the near future and got an update on the status of Greenfield Superintendent Conrad Farner, who is still awaiting word from Menomonee Falls.
And of course we kicked off the week asking Pastor Steve Rogers of Elim Tabernacle what Easter means to him.
Thanks for another great week. Here's hoping this week is even better.