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Card Skimming: Can it Happen to You?

Have you swiped your credit or debit card recently at a gas pump, ATM, or to pay for a movie rental? Then yes, it’s possible card skimming can happen to...

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Get Your Kitchen Back to School Ready With Tips From Wisconsin Kitchen Mart

With the end of summer approaching, many parents are starting to shop for school supplies and search for that perfect first day of school outfit. Along with back-to-school shopping comes...

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Vicar General Fr. Timothy Kitzke To Lead Downtown Eucharistic Rosary Procession With Roses for Our Lady

By: John Paul Bender August 14th 2015 Milwaukee, WI - The Very Reverend Timothy Kitzke, Vicar General for Urban Initiatives in the city of Milwaukee and the co-pastor of Three Holy Women...

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Knock Out Hunger

Aug. 17, 2015 For release: Immediately Modern Woodmen plans local meal-packing event Financial representatives seek to help the hungry Hunger doesn’t stand a chance against the dedicated fraternalists at Modern Woodmen of America. Taren R...

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The Equitable Bank Collecting Backpacks, Supplies for Local Kids

Beginning Friday, August 14, The Equitable Bank will again collect school supplies for students attending Keefe Avenue School in Milwaukee. Because the school has a particular need for backpacks, the...

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Catholic Singles Labor Day Picnic

Catholic Singles Labor Day Picnic Monday, September 7, 2015 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM Greenfield Park Area #3 124th Street and Lincoln Avenue RAIN or SHINE We will have an OLD FASHIONED POTLUCK PICNIC Bring...

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St.Jude Thrift Shop Plans End-of-Summer Sales

The St. Jude Thrift Shop, 822 Glenview Ave., Wauwatosa, has announced several end-of-summer sales in late August and early September, including a bag sale on Sept. 12. Everything in the store...

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KIDS From Wisconsin to rock New Berlin Eisenhower High School Aug. 21

Rotary Club of New Berlin is proud to host an evening of song, dance and music from KIDS From Wisconsin. Their theme this year is, “No Place We’d Rather Be!” Hear and...

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Men Journeying Through Grief

On Tuesday, August 18th, 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.,...

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Wisconsin Kitchen Mart Suggests Ways for Homeowners to Keep Their Kitchen Remodel on Budget

Remodeling a kitchen can be a big investment – from new countertops and cabinets to flooring and appliances. But with deliberate planning, homeowners can make the most of their investment...

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Ensure Access to Natural Health Care

In the 1990s Minnesota natural health care practitioners were blindsided by prosecutorial actions leveled at them by the Board of Medical Practice. One action targeted a farmer selling colostrum milk...

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Wauwatosa's Lutheran Home Names Lisa Krueger as VP-Nursing

The Lutheran Home recently announced that they have hired Lisa Krueger for the position of Vice President-Nursing. She will be responsible for leading and directing the Nursing Department of over...

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Local Woman Named VP-Nursing at Lutheran Home

The Lutheran Home recently announced that they have hired Lisa Krueger for the position of Vice President-Nursing. She will be responsible for leading and directing the Nursing Department of over...

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Friends of Hart Park Family Film Night

Please join the Friends of Hart Park for a viewing of Columbia Pictures’ contemporary film, Annie, at our annual Family Film Night on Tuesday, August 18th at the Hart Park...

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Greater Milwaukee El Sistema Wins Wisconsin Arts Board Creative Communities Grant

Greater Milwaukee El Sistema (GMES) Children's Orchestra is thrilled to announce that they have been awarded the Wisconsin Arts Board Creative Communities Grant and a grant form the Waukesha Rotary...

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Summer Camp for Burn Injured Youth

PRESS RELEASE August 6th, 2015 The Professional Fire Fighters of Wisconsin Charitable Foundation (PFFW-CF) Alliance for Fire Safety will host the 21st annual Wisconsin “Summer Camp for Burn Injured Youth,” Sunday August...

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Property Management, Home Improvement, Bookkeeping, Creative Design

Ranging from bookkeeping, web site design, painting, and home theater installation, Pierce-Sinclair Financial, LLC provides the most professional and respectful services in Milwaukee and its surrounding areas. Give us...

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Public Health Nurse of the Year- Lori Hendrickson

The Wisconsin Public Health Association (WPHA) presents the Lillian Ward Award each year to a new public nurse working at a local health department or tribal community health center. Recipients...

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How to Make Sure Your Child Succeeds in School this Year

Wauwatosa, Wis. – We all know that a great education can lead to a great future. As parents, you can help to ensure your children’s success by taking an active...

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Midsummer Night's Dream Opening Aug. 7 at Inspiration Studios

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” will open Friday, August 7, at Inspiration Studios, West Allis. It is produced by Village Playhouse, directed by Alan Piotrowicz. This popular Shakespeare comedy will run for...

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Community Watch

» Updated weekly rankings of area prep football teams and players 8/27

» 2 charged with attempted carjacking in Greenfield Updated:  8/26

» Initial Reaction Podcast: What stood out on the first week of high-school football? 8/25

» Speakers say new fees would endanger Scouting, hamper PTAs and others 8/25

» West Allis-West Milwaukee approves tax decrease preliminary budget 8/25

» The 2015 Suburban Milwaukee Prep Football Guide 8/19

» Greenfield pickup driver killed in one-vehicle Mequon crash 8/18

» The project SHOW has chosen to sample Greenfield as part of its statewide survey that has been going 8/18

» Hartland girl wins big at the Governor's livestock auction at Wisconsin State Fair 8/13

» SUV driver sought in hit-and-run that seriously injured man in West Milwaukee 8/13

» 2015 All-Suburban baseball: Turchin of Oak Creek repeats as player of the year 8/12

» Whitnall School Board chooses facilities advisory committee 8/12

» West Allis hotel on Greenfield Avenue sets later grand opening 8/10

» Greenfield officer involved in shooting 8/6

» West Allis-West Milwaukee high schoolers go after college credit 8/3

» West Allis Health Department nurse wins state award 8/3

» Public being asked about proposed Highway 100 changes in Greenfield 8/3

» Goodwill drops bid to open on 76th Street in Greenfield 7/30

» 84th Street ramps at I-94 to be open for the Wisconsin State Fair 7/30

» West Allis superintendent named to school advocacy group leadership 7/28

» Educator from Anchorage likely to take reins of West Allis school 7/28

» 'Milwaukee lion' spotted in Glendale Updated:  7/28

» The Suburban 16 Power Rankings: Watt, Niebrugge, and others on the next level 7/22

» Greenfield denies Goodwill store but maybe not for long 7/22

» West Allis school officials worry parents can't monitor iPads 7/20

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