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National "I Forgot Day"

In case you didn’t remember, Thursday, July 2 is national I Forgot Day. And, while it’s funny at first, chronic forgetfulness isn’t amusing for students or working adults who just...

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Fourth of July, Festa Italiana, Good Health and Good Deeds … All Together!

Wauwatosa, Wis. – Everyone loves a parade, and thousands of attendees love Festa Italiana every year … so Foti Chiropractic is tying these popular summertime events together to benefit Make-A-Wish®...

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The Equitable Bank to Collect Business Attire for Returning Troops

The Equitable Bank has announced it is collecting professional business attire again this year to benefit veterans who are reentering the civilian workforce. The fourth annual “Suits for Soldiers” campaign...

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Milwaukee IndyFest Returns to The Milwaukee Mile July 11-12

Racing returns to Milwaukee for the 2015 ABC Supply Co. Inc. Wisconsin 250 presented by The Metro Milwaukee Honda Dealers, part of Milwaukee IndyFest July 11-12 at Wisconsin State Fair...

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WAMI WINNER SCOTT E. BERENDT & THE US PROJECT TO PERFORM AT FOURTH OF JULY COMMUNITY BASH

Scott E. Berendt & the US Project will headline the Friends of Hales Corners Park & Pool Community Bash on Saturday, July 4, from 6 to 9 p.m. and...

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The State of Senior Health: Where Wisconsin Made Strides, and Where We Need to Improve

With America’s senior population expected to double in size by 2050, it is important that we ensure seniors in Wisconsin can live full and healthy lives. The America’s Heath Rankings...

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Whitnall Graduate and Layton Terrace Employee Completes Eagle Scout Project

Peter Haas has been a dedicated Layton Terrace since December 2012. He is a dining assistant, helping wash dishes as well as serve meals in the various dining rooms....

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Ride for Autism Speaks Milwaukee

Milwaukee Ride for Autism Speaks is a motorcycle ride to benefit Autism Speaks. The day starts off at 10am with registration with our riders heading out on a 90...

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Ride for Autism Speaks Milwaukee

Milwaukee Ride for Autism Speaks is a motorcycle ride to benefit Autism Speaks. The day starts off at 10am with registration with our riders heading out on a 90...

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The Energy for Life walk Milwaukee to benefit the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation will be held on September 26th at Greenfield Park

The Energy for Life walk Milwaukee to benefit the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation will be held on September 26th at Greenfield Park site 3A. As a valuable member of...

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Aimee Berg's Brain Tumors

My name is Dave Berg and my Sister Aimee Berg could really use some help. She was diagnosed on April 30, 1976 at the age of 7 with Leukemia. She...

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BloodCenter of Wisconsin to Host Declaration for Donations Blood Drive

Blood donors invited to honor those who save the day Milwaukee, Wis. — June 23, 2015 — BloodCenter of Wisconsin will host the 14th annual Declaration for Donations Blood Drive Tuesday,...

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GHS Rising Senior Elected Governor of Badger Boys State

GHS Rising Senior Elected Governor of Badger Boys State, State Delegate to Boys Nation Congratulations to Greendale High School student Jacob Malinowski, who has been elected by his peers as Governor...

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Daley Debutantes Youth Group Celebrates 60th Anniversary

Milwaukee was very different in 1955. The city had a socialist mayor, the Wisconsin highway system was being planned, and the Milwaukee Braves were on the verge of a World...

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Encouraging Independence to help Unlock your Child’s Potential

OAK CREEK,Wis.- , Wis. – As a parent, it can be scary to think about how quickly your little ones are growing up. However, you can’t postpone the inevitable. As...

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Summer Safety – Helmets & Head Protection a Must

For kids, summer is the time to bike, skateboard, scooter, swim and just have fun. But, it’s also the time to wear helmets and be safe when enjoying outdoor activities...

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Get Pop-Cultured with Barnes & Noble Greenfield, WI

Barnes & Noble Greenfield is celebrating it's second annual "Get Pop-Cultured" month July 1st through the 31st. Get Pop-Culture brings to life customers favorite books, characters, movies, artists, illustrators and...

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What Are Your Vintage Sports Collectibles Worth?

Ever wonder what your vintage sports card or memorabilia is worth? Michael Osacky, a vintage sports and memorabilia appraiser from Chicago, will explain the ins and outs of sports memorabilia....

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Wisconsin Kitchen Mart Earns National Award

Wisconsin Kitchen Mart, provider of award-winning design/build services since 1951, announced it has been recently recognized by Plato Woodwork with an “Outstanding Dealer Award” for 2014. Since 1893, Plato Woodwork, based...

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WAUMC Community Coffee House benefiting Appalachia Service Project to feature local guitarist

The public is invited to the Community Coffee House at Wauwatosa Avenue United Methodist Church, 1529 Wauwatosa Ave., to hear local guitarist Chick Zaffiro and friends perform an evening of...

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Community Watch

» Accident causes two lanes of I-894/US 45 to close 7/1

» Blindness couldn't keep Hojnicki off the links or the slopes Updated:  6/24

» 2015 4th of July events in suburban Milwaukee 6/22

» Concordia Legion post to assemble care packages 6/18

» Proposed West Allis sewer lateral help program may be dead 6/17

» Greenfield reschedules hearing on proposed Goodwill on 76th Street 6/16

» Whitnall School District facilities advisory committee taking shape 6/15

» Behavioral network recognizes 16 West Allis-West Milwaukee schools 6/11

» Greenfield principal resigning to go to Kettle Moraine schools 6/11

» Heavy rain expected tonight 6/11

» All of Greenfield reading same book on being a civil society 6/9

» New West Allis hotel to be Forks & Corks venue 6/9

» Greenfield schools get state award for innovative program 6/3

» Greenfield school wins two national character awards 6/3

» Swimming pools in West Allis ready for summer fun 6/3

» Public Policy Forum names West Allis staffer 'Future Leader' for 2015 6/2

» Region's first high-volume spay-neuter clinic opens to long waitlist Updated:  6/1

» Greenfield to hold public hearing June 16 on proposed Goodwill store 5/19

» Let us know about your Memorial Day event 5/13

» West Allis veterans groups, city to honor vets with parade, ceremony 5/12

» Winter's not through with us yet 5/12

» Economy extended stay hotel proposed for Greenfield's Layton Avenue 5/11

» Wauwatosa woman reportedly thwarted in attempt to rob dog grooming shop 5/10

» Greenfield to review CBRF proposed for tree-lined street of homes 5/8

» West Allis Goodwill to move across Oklahoma Avenue to bigger quarters 5/6

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