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Fall in line for your flu shot

By Bruce Weiss, senior market medical director, UnitedHealthcare of Wisconsin Influenza is a serious disease that can lead to hospitalization and sometimes even death. The illness causes missed work and school...

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2013 Franklin Lioness Craft Fair Set for Oct. 26 at MATC's Oak Creek Campus; Proceeds Benefit MATC Scholarships

The Franklin Lioness Club’s 2013 Autumn Craft Fair will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, at Milwaukee Area Technical College’s Oak Creek Campus, 6665 S....

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Someone else's Rummage Is YOUR Treasure

Everyone knows that "one person's trash (or rummage) is another person's TREASURE". Bargains galore at the 8th Annual Rummage Sale sponsored by Hales Corners Woman's Club on Saturday, Oct. 12. It's...

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New Book Entitled Layton’s Legacy – A Historic American Art Collection, Sheds Light on Milwaukee’s Noteworthy Cultural Arts History

GREENFIELD, Wis -- If you ask any Milwaukeean if they’ve traveled on Layton Avenue, most will reply, “yes.” However, very few will know anything about the man whose name is...

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September is Life Insurance Awareness Month

Do you have enough life insurance to protect your loved ones? September’s Life Insurance Awareness Month designed to educate consumers If you are like most Americans, you believe that life insurance is...

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New Berlin resident named spokesman for smoking cessation program

A New Berlin resident wants to help smokers quit smoking for good. Keran Farrell, a former smoker kicked the habit himself and now wants to use that experience to...

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Tips for Buying Back to School Shoes

GREENFIELD, Wis. - Although we hate to admit it, the school year is right around the corner and soon parents will be rushing to do back to school shopping for...

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Milwaukee/NARI Members Expand Entertaining Possibilities Through Home Remodeling

You can expand your entertaining possibilities through remodeling, according to members of the Milwaukee/NARI Home Improvement Council, Inc., the area’s leading home improvement and remodeling industry resource for 52 years....

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Just Between Friends Announces Three Fall Sales, Including Milwaukee County

Just Between Friends (JBF) has announced three Fall community children’s and maternity consignment sales in the metro area. The Milwaukee sale will be held September 22 through 27, at the...

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Milwaukee/NARI Home Improvement Council Announces 15 New Certified Professionals

The Milwaukee chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI), the area’s leading home improvement and remodeling industry resource for more than 52 years, recently recognized the following...

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23rd Annual Milwaukee/NARI Fall Home & Remodeling Show Scheduled

The 23rd annual Milwaukee/NARI Fall Home & Remodeling Show will be held Fri., Sept. 20 – Sun., Sept. 22, 2013, at the Wisconsin Exposition Center at State Fair Park in...

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Outdoor Entertaining Tips for a Pest Free Summer

After a long, cold winter and a rainy spring, Wisconsin residents are ready to get outdoors and finally enjoy some nice weather. Nothing says summer in Wisconsin like backyard cookouts,...

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Milwaukee/NARI Suggests Ways to Make Your Home a Safe House Through Remodeling and Maintenance

Make your home a safe house through remodeling with expert design and maintenance tips from members of the Milwaukee/NARI Home Improvement Council, Inc., the area’s leading home improvement and remodeling...

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Milwaukee/NARI’s Nine Kitchen Storage Solutions

Even a smaller kitchen doesn’t need to be cluttered and disorganized according to members of the Milwaukee/NARI Home Improvement Council, Inc., the area’s leading home improvement and remodeling industry resource...

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Spring has Sprung! Tips for Pest Prevention (Indoors & Out) During Spring Cleaning

There are few rites of spring more satisfying than the annual clean. As families throughout Wisconsin begin deep cleaning their homes and opening up their summer cabins during the next...

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JBs on 41 launches Kids Bowl Free Summer Program

JB’s on 41, Milwaukee’s newest bowling center, wants children throughout the area to experience the joys of bowling all summer – for free. As part of the Kids Bowl Free...

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Batzner Bed Bug Services Encourages Public Awareness During Bed Bug Awareness Week, April 22-28;

There is so much in the news about the places that can harbor bed bugs these days. But realistically, we can’t avoid them all. With that reality in mind,...

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Can You Afford FREE Tax Filing Prep?

It’s tax time and did you know that 60 percent of taxpayers use professional tax preparers when filing? Still, many people miss this opportunity because they simply can’t afford to...

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Free Help With Tax Returns Offered at MATC's Oak Creek Campus

Taxpayers with a family income of $51,000 or less are eligible for free help preparing their basic personal income tax returns at Milwaukee Area Technical College’s Oak Creek Campus, 6665...

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Layton Terrace Resident Celebrates President's Day

Loretta Krzyminski was born in 1921 and orphaned at the age of 3. Her mother died shortly after giving birth to her, their 7th child, and her father died...

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Community Watch

» Greenfield School Board nixes funding to explore charter school idea 11/25

» Layton Avenue entrance to Greenfield High School among road proposals 11/25

» Whitnall School District makes AP honor roll 11/24

» Hearings next week on I-94 ramps deemed critical to West Allis 11/24

» West Allis residents to name qualities needed in new superintendent 11/24

» Greenfield council approves 2015 budget after no one speaks at hearing 11/19

» Draft report admits economic harm to West Allis of likely ramp closure 11/19

» Low registrations cause drug, alcohol program postponement at Whitnall 11/17

» West Allis has possible developer for former lime pit 11/11

» Suburban roundup: Week three of the WIAA football postseason 11/10

» Election roundup: How the Milwaukee suburbs and Lake Country voted Updated:  11/5

» Greenfield ups emergency preparedness 11/5

» No more tag and bag, Advanced Disposal official says 11/5

» Daniel Riemer wins Assembly District 7 11/4

» Joe Sanfelippo re-elected in Assembly District 15 11/4

» West Allis to rescue Milwaukee County's portion of Root River path 11/4

» In Whitnall presentation, Your Choice warns people of consequences of drug use 11/4

» West Allis city budget finds no resistance 11/4

» Suburban roundup: Week two of the WIAA football postseason Updated:  11/3

» Man charged with felony stalking, accused of dropping sex toys near teens 11/3

» Photo Gallery: WIAA state soccer tourney day one 10/30

» Liberace still glitters in West Milwaukee lore 10/30

» Former West Allis strip club owner sentenced to prison for perjury 10/29

» Greenfield takes steps toward taxing district for infrastructure work 10/28

» West Allis to hold hearing on 0.28 percent levy increase 2015 budget 10/28

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