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Seasonal Flu Vaccination Clinics Available to Public

Seasonal flu vaccination clinics administered by the Aurora Visiting Nurse Association will begin October 6 in Greenfield. The clinics will take place at community locations throughout the area. Cost for a...

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Congrats Jeff Stone for Positive Campaign

Congratulations to Jeff Stone and all the citizens who voted for him. Yes he won, but more importantly he ran a positive campaign. Jeff and his stratigist Vi Rowley Hammelman...

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Greenfield's Advanced Pain Management Announces Free Educational Seminars

Advanced Pain Management today announced a series of free pain management seminars aimed at educating the community about pain and treatment options. The first seminars, titled “I Have Back Pain....

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USPS Commemortive stamp of Mother Teresa now available.

On September 5, 2010, in Washington, DC, the Postal Service™ will issue a 44-cent, Mother Teresa commemorative stamp in one design in a pressure-sensitive (PSA) pane of 20 stamps. The...

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Greenfield Post Office offers 24 hour service at their Automated Postal Center on Labor Day, Monday

Manager Julie Joers from the Greenfield Post office reminds you that the Greenfield Post Office will be closed for retail and delivery services to observe Labor Day on Monday September...

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Children’s Hospital and Health System hosts Back-to-school Drive for children in need

School supply drive runs throughout August Thousands of children in need soon will begin school without the proper supplies. You can help by donating items to Children’s Hospital and Health System’s...

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Fall Home & Remodeling Show Announces Advance Tickets Availability

Advance tickets for the 20th Annual Milwaukee/NARI Fall Home & Remodeling Show are available now through Thurs., Sept. 16, at locations throughout the Milwaukee area. The Show will be held Fri.,...

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It’s time to dispel those Postal Myths the USPS is here to serve you!

The U.S. Postal Service has delivered America’s mail in snow, rain and dark of night. However, tough market conditions are creating new challenges for our business. Skeptics say we’re...

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Modernizing health care is happening right now in local communities

MODERNIZING HEALTH CARE IS HAPPENING RIGHT NOW IN LOCAL COMMUNITIES By Wendy Arnone, chief executive officer, UnitedHealthcare of Wisconsin Changes to improve our health care system have been occurring in the...

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Scouting Commemoritve Stamp issued July 27th by USPS

The Greenfield Branch Post Office announces the 44-cent Scounting Commemorative stamp is now available for purchase. Stop in today at your local branch Post Office or purchase this stamp...

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Milwaukee/NARI Suggests Tips for Homeowners Experiencing Flooding and Other Weather-Related Issues

Members of the Milwaukee/NARI Home Improvement Council, Inc., the area’s leading home improvement and remodeling industry resource for more than 49 years, urges area homeowners who have flooded basements to...

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Vaccination is Important for all Ages

Back to School and Adult Vaccines Available at Health Department Ensuring children receive their immunizations is one of the most important things parents can do to ensure their child’s long-term health....

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Sunday Funnies Comic Strips Debut on Stamps, USPS

The U.S. Postal Service celebrates five newspaper comic strips on stamps available at your local Post Office. The 44-cent First-Class stamps honor comic strips: Archie, Beetle Bailey, Dennis the...

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Trust: It’s in the Mail USPS

When it comes to safeguarding personal information, Americans continue to trust the U.S. Postal Service above all other government agencies. For the sixth consecutive year, the Postal Service has been...

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Trust: It’s in the Mail USPS

When it comes to safeguarding personal information, Americans continue to trust the U.S. Postal Service above all other government agencies. For the sixth consecutive year, the Postal Service has been...

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Wisconsin Goes Smoke-Free!

People across Wisconsin are breathing easier as the state officially marked the start of its smoke-free law July 5th. The law eliminated smoking inside all Wisconsin workplaces including bars and...

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Latest Clinical Report Card from CRL Senior Living Communities Shows Continued Success in Driving Quality Resident Care

Neenah, Wis. (July 6, 2010) — A continued focus on comprehensive resident care has helped CRL Senior Living Communities improve on its already strong clinical outcomes in several key areas,...

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Emerald Ash Borer: A Practical Discussion on Saving Your Trees

Emerald Ash Borer A Practical Discussion on Saving Your Trees By Rob Gorden Emerald Ash Borer is creeping into our ash trees undetected, destroying them from the inside, and threatens to devastate our...

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Legendary Singer Kate Smith Debuts on United States Postal Stamp

Her signature song, “God Bless America,” has been considered America’s unofficial national anthem. Today, Kate Smith, America’s “Song Bird of the South,” took center stage on a U.S. postage stamp...

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Never Stop Looking for Missing Children

Postal Service, Valassis, National Center for Missing & Exploited Children Commemorate “Have You Seen Me?” 25th Anniversary Greenfield, WI — The hopes of thousands of families are carried every day and seen...

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Community Watch

» Greenfield police seeking suspect who assaulted, robbed woman at gunpoint 8/7

» Milwaukeeans Chill on the Hill with Nora Collins and Eagle Trace 8/7

» Texting driver cited after 'flipping the bird' to police officers in unmarked car 7/30

» Your Stories glitch fixed; thanks to our NOW contributors 7/29

» Argument over children's behavior at R-rated film leads to arrests for disorderly conduct Updated:  7/24

» Woman robbed at Greenfield bank 7/23

» Retail development planned at former West Allis dealership 7/23

» Greenfield police seeking suspect in foiled robbery attempt 7/17

» Police say Greendale man facing charges for randomly punching teens on Summerfest shuttle 7/16

» Hales Corners fireworks abruptly canceled because of accident 7/4

» Lancers blank West Allis Central, 3-0 7/3

» Milwaukeeans Chill on the Hill with social media 7/3

» Eisenhower's Katie Lang named NOW All-Suburban Softball Player of the Year 7/2

» Subscribe to NOW's weekly newsletter for chance to win Summerfest tickets 6/25

» Milwaukeeans Chill on the Hill with social media 6/19

» West Allis man who was shot by police is charged 6/12

» Motel guest arrested after knife incident in Greenfield 6/12

» Greenfield pet store robbery suspect could face federal charges 6/12

» Graduation in the suburbs photo gallery now online 6/10

» 2013 WIAA State Track and Field photo gallery updated 6/2

» Alice's Garden expands to Greenfield congregation 5/20

» Apartment development proposed for West Allis 5/20

» Bicyclist, 15, dies from New Berlin accident 5/19

» Man in custody for questioning in death of woman in West Allis 5/18

» Cheap I-94 route expensive for West Allis, officials say 5/17

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