GREEN BAY - An area musician is helping a community still rocked by tragedy.
John Mazzariello, who lives in De Pere, is a native of Newtown, Connecticut.
He attended Sandy Hook Elementary School where 26 people were killed in December.
A benefit will be Saturday afternoon for survivors and the victim's families.
The event will be from 1-5 p.m. at the Harmony Café, part of the Goodwill store on West Mason in Green Bay.
"It was difficult for the country when this happened. It's a kind of event where you're watching the news and you're wondering what can I do to help, and your heart immediately goes out to the families and the survivors and the first responders," said Mazzariello.
The event will feature musicians, speakers, and a silent auction.
Proceeds will go to the Newtown Memorial Fund to help victims with short and long-term plans.
A juvenile male was arrested after Green Bay police say he crashed a stolen vehicle overnight.
An Oshkosh woman was injured after the vehicle she was driving hit a building in Outagamie County.
The city's school board has decided to move ahead with a multi-million dollar referendum.
Crashes up and down Highway 41 kept law enforcement busy on Monday.
The victim in a weekend shooting at an Appleton night club is being kept alive on life support so his family can donate his organs.
There was enough snow Monday to make driving a challenge, including one deadly crash in the Fox Cities.