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Children's Resale at Robinwood Elementary on April 18

The Franklin Educational Foundation is pleased to be sponsoring a Children’s Resale on Saturday, April 18. The sale will include children’s clothing for spring/summer and all other children’s items....

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Setting Limits without Curbing Creativity

OAK CREEK, Wis. – Children are naturally creative and full of energy. However, as a parent, it is important to recognize when your children’s creativity and energy needs some guidance...

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Comedy for a Cause Benefits Fight Against Ovarian Cancer

We’ve moved the show on the road as the 14th annual Comedy for a Cause takes center stage this year at Brookfield Suites on South Moorland Road on Friday March...

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Lenten Concert & Fish Fry

The Priests of the Sacred Heart will be having a Lenten Concert and Fish Fry on Friday, March 27, 2015 at Sacred Heart Monastery. The Concert will be performed...

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Program about Les Paul Presented at 1 p.m. Friday, March 6

Jessica Schmitz, of the Waukesha County Museum, will give a presentation on Les Paul – his life and musical career, on Friday, March 6, at 1 p.m. Guests are welcome. This...

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Big Hopes for Mini Donuts Kickstarter Campaign

Moving here three and a half years ago was an opportunity we have been so thankful for. Both our daughter and son have attended their first days of Kindergarten in...

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WAUKESHA WOMAN WINS $10K IN SIXTH-ANNUAL SUMMIT CREDIT UNION ‘PROJECT MONEY’ COMPETITION

MADISON, Wis. — Just seven months ago, Katie Press, a young, single professional says she felt like she was “held hostage” by her student loan and credit card debt. Today, the...

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Traditional Irish Music Comes to Franklin Public Library

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Franklin Public Library. Milwaukee’s Ceol Cairde, a traditional Irish band, will perform Monday, March 16 from 6:30 to 7:30pm in the Fadrow Room. Ceol Cairde,...

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Academy of Performing Arts Spring Music Concert at Franklin Public Library

The Academy of Performing Arts (APA) and Franklin Public Library will host a Spring Music Concert, Saturday, March 14 from 2 to 4pm in the Fadrow Room. Students from...

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1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

Franklin Public Library is proud to announce its newest program, 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten. This program encourages parents to read 1,000 books to their children before they enter Kindergarten....

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Lakeshore Symphonic Band Concert “Fanfares, Flicks, & Finales” Featuring Jocelyn Ridgley and Kyle Samuelson

WHO: Lakeshore Symphonic Band WHAT: Band Concert – “Fanfares, Flicks, &...

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How Mothers Affect Their Daughters Body Image

Dear Muskego Now, Some believe that young girls poor self body image comes from pictures in magazines, unrealistic Disney princesses, or Victoria Secret models; however, mothers negative actions and thoughts to...

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TJ Wesolowski’s Eagle Scout Ceremony to be on February 15, 2015

On Sunday, February 15, Thomas (TJ) Wesolowski achieves a rare milestone among Boy Scouts. He will become an Eagle Scout in a ceremony to be held at Faith Community Church...

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Murder Mystery Mingle Fundraiser at Franklin Public Library

Franklin Public Library and the Franklin Public Library Foundation are hosting a Murder Mystery Mingle Fundraiser, Saturday, June 20. Tickets are $40.00 each and proceeds go towards revitalizing the...

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Anti-Valentine’s Day Party at Franklin Public Library

Franklin – Franklin Public Library’s Children’s Department is throwing an Anti-Valentine’s Day bash for 4th and 5th graders, Thursday, February 19 from 6 to 7:30pm in the Fadrow Room. Kids can...

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Dental Associates and The Rock Receive Awards From South Suburban Chamber

Dental Associates was named the South Suburban Chamber’s 2014 Business of the Year and The Rock Sports Complex in Franklin was named the 2014 Pride in Premises Award winner at...

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Singers invited to participate in Festival Choir at Hales Corners Lutheran

Hales Corners Lutheran Church invites interested singers to join its Festival Choir for a multi-movement Easter Musical titled “Never Thirst Again”. Rehearsals begin Sunday March 1st at 2:00pm...

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Men Journeying Through Grief

On Tuesday, Feb.17th, men who have experienced the death of someone in their lives are invited to attend a gathering for men only at Harwood Place, 8220 Harwood Ave., Wauwatosa,...

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Five Callen Construction Installers Earn Certification

Callen Construction, Inc., a full service remodeling company serving southeastern Wisconsin since 1986, recently had five employees receive third-party verification of their vinyl siding installation skills and knowledge by being...

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Greendale Youth Baseball/Softball Registration for Spring

While Jack Frost is still nipping at your nose, it is time to start thinking about signing your kids up for baseball/softball. Registration for Greendale Twi-Nite is open through...

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Community Watch

» West Allis gunman didn't target anyone before suicide, police say 8/14

» Meijer goes forward with Mount Carmel site in Greenfield 8/6

» Complaint: 2 women in suitcases died during 'breath play' Updated:  8/5

» New charges expected Tuesday against ex-officer in suitcase bodies case Updated:  8/4

» West Allis-West Milwaukee superintendent suddenly retires 8/1

» Wachholz retires as superintendent of West Allis-West Milwaukee schools 7/31

» 2 westbound I-94 lanes reopen near State Fair Park after crash Updated:  7/31

» Video: How to navigate construction surrounding the 2014 Wisconsin State Fair 7/30

» National Night Out to be celebrated in Greenfield on Aug. 5 7/29

» No more waiting lists for child care at Greenfield schools 7/29

» Top 10 things to see and do at the Wisconsin State Fair 7/29

» Zelich's statements contradicted physical evidence, recordings show Updated:  7/22

» Oak Creek baseball team rallies big 7/19

» Steven Zelich pleads not guilty in suitcase bodies Updated:  7/17

» Gov. Scott Walker visits West Allis emphasizing job growth 7/17

» Crews clear crash that closed 2 lanes of westbound I-894 Updated:  7/15

» 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

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