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Alverno College Awarded Career Ready Internship Grant from Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation

Alverno College received a $150,000 Career Ready Internship grant from Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation for the 2014-2015 academic year. Internships provide college students with valuable workplace skills and...

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Delete Blood Cancer and Skywalk Pharmacy-New Berlin Hold Month-Long Bone Marrow Donor Drive

Delete Blood Cancer and Skywalk Pharmacy Hold Month-Long Bone Marrow Donor Drive Skywalk Pharmacy-New Berlin to Host Drive Weekdays Throughout November WHO: Delete Blood Cancer DKMS is a global organization with...

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Mini Book Sale December 8th

Don't miss the Mini Book Sale on Saturday, December 8 from 10 am to 2 pm. sponsored by the Friends of Elm Grove Library. The Friends group has a special...

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Parenting: Love and Logic

Join the Friends of Elm Grove Library on November 10th at 7 pm.to hear Pam Olsen explain the concepts of parenting with love and logic. This is a universal topic that...

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Parenting: Love and Logic

Join the Friends of Elm Grove Library on November 10th at 7 pm.to hear Pam Olsen explain the concepts of parenting with love and logic. This is a universal topic that...

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All You Can Eat Breakfast Buffet

St. Martin of Tours Parish and School will be hosting an All You Can Eat Breakfast on Sunday, November 9th from 9:00am – 12:00 noon. This wonderful breakfast will...

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Latest “Status of Girls in Wisconsin” report reveals troubling patterns

The latest “Status of Girls in Wisconsin” report from the Alverno College Research Center for Women and Girls reveals a number of persistent, troubling patterns for Wisconsin girls, especially in...

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JB’s on 41 Renews Commitment to Community with Family-Friendly Food Drive and Bowling for Veterans Program

MILWAUKEE (October 22, 2014) – JB’s on 41, Milwaukee’s premier bowling center, is once again showing its commitment to the community by initiating two programs this November: Bowl for Veterans...

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Hallman Lindsay opens West Allis Store

Wisconsin has seen its share of local businesses that thrive on serving the community and excel at providing quality products. Sun Prairie-based Hallman Lindsay Paints has been one of those...

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6th grade basketball team in in of players

Due to injuries, The Greenfield Jr. Hawks 6th grade Boys Select Basketball team is in need of 3 players. In order to be eligible, your son must be in the 5th...

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VMP Manor Park Pumpkin Smash

VMP Manor Park hosts its second annual Pumpkin Smash Thursday October 30th from 3-6pm. Watch resident and celebrity teams toss pumpkins from a 4th story balcony onto a bullseye board! Come...

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Decorate! Holiday Shopping Market is Friday-Sunday, November 7-9 at Hawthorne Hill Farm

Renovated historic farmstead to host popular holiday art show featuring antiques, vintage, handmade home décor and gifts from more than 40 local artisans and vendors Hawthorne Hill Farm, an historic 1874...

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Franklin Lioness Fair Set for Oct. 25 at MATC's Oak Creek Campus; Proceeds Benefit MATC Scholarships

The Franklin Lioness Club’s 2014 Autumn Craft Fair will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25, at Milwaukee Area Technical College’s Oak Creek Campus, 6665 S....

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West Allis Pastor and Music Director Perform Concert in Sweden

Pastor Steven Anderson and, Music Director, Nick Russo, from Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in West Allis, WI, were invited to perform in concert for the congregation of St. Mary’s (Maria...

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"Identity Theft" presented by Educators Credit Union

"Identity Theft" presented by Educators Credit Union Thursday, November 6th at 6:30PM Oak Creek Public Library 8620 South Howell Ave Oak Creek, WI 53154 Protecting your Identity Identity theft is a serious crime. It occurs when...

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Acacia Theatre's "Fish Eyes" Has Greenfield Assistant Stage Manager

Erin Eggers, of Greenfield, is the Assistant Stage Manager for Acacia Theatre's "Fish Eyes," the comedy which has toured worldwide for 20 years, transcending culture, age and denomination. The eternal...

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Honoring Our Heroes This Veteran’s Day at the Franklin Public Library

FRANKLIN, WI – The Franklin Public Library in cooperation with AMVETS Post 60 in Oak Creek and the City of Franklin honor all veterans this Veteran’s Day, Tuesday, November 11,...

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Young Life Wauwatosa at Pizzeria Picola and Yo Mama's!

Young Life Wauwatosa is having a fundraiser on Sunday October 26 at Pizzeria Picola (4 p.m.-9 p.m) and Yo Mama's (11 a.m. to 9 p.m.; mention Young Life at the...

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God and Life Class Offered through Hales Corners Lutheran Church

All young people in ninth, tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades are invited to join us on Thursday, November 13th at 6PM to begin a God and Life program at...

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New Berlin Author One of Three Wisconsin Writers

New Berlin resident Bill Taylor, author of “A Shooting Star Meets the Well of Death, Why and How Richard Halliburton Conquered the World,” www.rhalliburtonstar.com, was one of three Wisconsin writers...

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Community Watch

» Ex-cop in suitcases bodies case stalked at least six women Updated:  7/9

» Falls baseball team advances on RBI single by Johnson in seventh 7/8

» Attorney: Steven Zelich likely wanted bodies to be found Updated:  7/4

» Zelich 'went ballistic' when questioned about handcuffs, report says 7/3

» $1 million bail set for ex-cop accused of hiding bodies in suitcases Updated:  6/27

» West Allis man arrested for connection to bodies found in suitcases 6/27

» Man finds bullet in package of egg rolls 6/25

» Milwaukee suburbs Fourth of July 2014 celebrations 6/20

» Social media photos of the June 18 storms around Southeast Wisconsin 6/18

» Woman cited for loud noise for using speaker phone after police warning 6/16

» Carjacked dog is found on Milwaukee's southwest side 6/13

» Crews clear crash that closed 2 left lanes of northbound I-43 in Greenfield Updated:  6/13

» 2nd suspect sought in string of armed robberies, carjacking Updated:  6/12

» Carjackers take off with woman's dog still in car 6/12

» Police identify woman killed in West Allis crash 6/6

» West Milwaukee man dies in Waukesha County crash 5/28

» Still no answer for speeding on Howard Avenue in Greenfield 5/28

» Greenfield police warn neighbors about fight over 'no trespassing' sign 5/27

» Joe Koch takes over Greenfield head football coaching position 5/27

» Man found guilty in West Allis teen sex exploitation case Updated:  5/21

» Missing man found in lake died of drowning, autopsy says 5/21

» Body found in lake said to be that of missing West Milwaukee man Updated:  5/20

» Greenfield police seeking suspect in armed robbery at gas station 5/13

» Johnson Controls to develop West Allis office Updated:  5/6

» Masked man reportedly attempts to grab jogger near Greenfield Park Updated:  5/6

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