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Artist in Residence Program Teaches Elementary Students about Photography

Research shows the arts and music enhance brain development and student achievement in subjects such as mathematics. To broaden elementary school students’ art experiences, volunteer parent organizations at School District...

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New Berlin IKE, West Named to Washington Post Top School List

Washington Post Names Eisenhower, West on “America’s Most Challenging High Schools” List For the fifth year in a row both School District of New Berlin (SDNB) high schools, Eisenhower and West, were...

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What's It Worth - Antique Appraisal

On Thursday, May 7th, the Oak Creek Public Library will host a presentation called “What’s It Worth – Antique Appraisal” presented by Mark Moran. Mark Moran has bought and sold antiques...

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St. Gregory the Great Hosts Student Art Fair

The students, parents and staff of St. Gregory the Great Parish School (60th & Oklahoma Avenue) invite the community to join us for our annual art show. The show...

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12U Zone Takes Second in Waukegan Tournament

Congrats to 12U Zone for the team's second place finish this past weekend at the GameDay USA tournament in Waukegan, IL. Great start to the tournament season. Keep working hard...

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Root River Theatre Company Presents "Speed-the-Plow"

Root River Theatre Company Presents: Speed-the-Plow written by David Mamet and directed by Michael Schottle Speed-the-Plow is a hilarious satire of the Hollywood movie industry, a culture as corrupt as the society...

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L’Oréal Paris Providing Complimentary Blowouts at THE SALON at ULTA Beauty - April 25th

L’Oréal Paris Advanced Haircare recently launched #POWERON, an empowerment campaign that revolves around the insight that when a woman experiences her most beautiful hair, she can harness a very special...

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K3, K4 and K5 Open House

Please mark your calendar for a 3, 4, and 5 year old Kindergarten Round-Up at St. Martin of Tours School located in Franklin on Thursday, May 14th from 4:oo p.m....

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SDNB Awarded $100K for Innovative School-to-Work Programs

SDNB Awarded $100K for Innovative School-to-Work Programs Top school district grant will support programs in Healthcare, IT & Manufacturing The School District of New Berlin (SDNB) will receive $96,000 from the Wisconsin...

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May Writers’ Night at the Franklin Public Library

Have an idea for a book? Trying to finish that one story that never seems just right? We can help! The Franklin Public Library invites all aspiring and published writers...

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Greenfield Artist Brian Kuether Featured on Channel 10 Auction

Original art from Brian Kuether of Greenfield will be featured and available for bid during this year’s Channel 10 Great TV Auction, which airs April 24 through May 2 on...

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Ladies Luncheon Featuring Chef Zac Licau

This Saturday, April 25, 11:30am – 1:30pm at Faith Community Church, 7700 W Faith Dr, Franklin, WI, 53132 414-433-0222 www.faithcc.us The Ladies of Faith group of Faith Community Church invites you to the...

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Art Petalers Fair blooms May 9 at Custom Grown Greenhouse

Custom Grown Greenhouse, 4507 S. 6th Street, will kick off the planting season with its first Art Petalers Fair on Saturday, May 9 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ideal...

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Spring Salad Luncheom

Trinity Ev. Lutheran Church, 2500 S. 68th St., West Allis, Ladies Aid will once again be hosting their annual Spring Salad Luncheon on Wednesday, May 13 from 11:30-1. Tickets are...

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Auction Benefits Outdoor Recreation

Auction Fundraiser Benefits Outdoor Recreation You can bid on sailboat or kayak outings, theater tickets, artwork, certificates to outdoor-equipment stores and more at a fundraising auction April 17 held by the Nordic...

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Financial Literacy Programs Expanded for SDNB Students

Financial Literacy Programs Expanded for SDNB Students Partnerships with Junior Achievement, Ever-Fi, Layton State Bank teach responsible finances Responding to parent and community requests for greater financial literacy education for students, the...

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Alverno College Cancels Classes For One Day So Students Can Volunteer

Classes will be cancelled until 4 p.m. on Wednesday, April 22 at Alverno College for its 15th annual Community Day. The day of service is set aside each year so...

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Zumbathon Benefitting Generations Against Bullying

Innovative Health & Fitness is hosting a Zumbathon benefitting Generations Against Bullying (GAB) on Saturday, April 25 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. All local residents are welcome to join us for...

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Ukranian Folk Rock Will Wrap Up Alverno Presents' 55th Season

Alverno Presents’ final show of the season brings the hard driving folk rock of the Ukraine’s DakhaBrakha to the Pitman Theatre on Thursday, April 23, at 8:00 p.m. Founded in 2004...

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Falcon Fest Organizers hope to exceed $10,000 goal

Whitnall Falcon Booster Club's annual Falcon Fest seeks to exceed it's goal of $10,000 to keep it's support for all programs strong. Falcon Fest, slated for April 25, from 5-10 p.m....

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Community Watch

» Suburban Selfies is back! Win a $200 dinner! 12/24

» Crash closes 2 left lanes of eastbound I-894 at S. 60th St. 12/22

» Westbound I-94 near Miller Park to close for 31 hours beginning Friday night 12/18

» Central wrestlers take control of GMC race with 29-27 win over Falls 12/17

» Whitnall School Board closer to facilities referendum decision 12/16

» Blocked sewer leads to sewage spill into Honey Creek 12/12

» Greenfield St. Vincent de Paul store opening soon, accepting donations 12/11

» West Allis-West Milwaukee Chamber of Commerce fundraiser does OK 12/10

» West Allis man sentenced for voting twice in 2012 presidential election 12/10

» Proposed Meijer's aesthetics, driveway concern Greenfield commission 12/10

» Large car show moving to State Fair Park 12/10

» Whitnall survey shows support for new school, other projects 12/9

» West Allis takes stronger control of pawn shops 12/8

» Greenfield Christmas lights contest in full swing 12/8

» Heroin dealer convicted of 2 overdose deaths in 2012 12/5

» Resident input wanted for two Greenfield road projects 12/4

» Mequon lawyer indicted on 33 counts related to fraud, money laundering Updated:  12/3

» Barrett against freeway double deck; West Allis open to idea 12/3

» Crews clear crash that closed 2 NB lanes of Highway 45 at West Allis Updated:  11/29

» 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

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