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BBB Wisconsin Announces Statewide Torch Ethics Award Finalists

The Wisconsin Better Business Bureau Foundation Center for Character Ethics is pleased to announce the finalists for its prestigious 2015 Torch Awards for Ethics. The finalists are (in alphabetical order):...

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Friends of the Library Book Sale

The 17th Annual Book Sale, held in late March by the Friends of the Germantown Community Library raised just over $5,150. Proceeds from this sale will go towards the purchase of...

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Wisconsin Kitchen Mart Suggests Solutions for Your Pets in the Kitchen

When considering a kitchen remodeling project, one often overlooked aspect of the remodel is how to accommodate pets that reside in the home. With that in mind, the designers...

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Register for Camp at the Hills Today!

The Nicolet Recreation Department continues to provide an exciting summer camp experience for K4-6th graders from June 15 – July 31! In addition to our regular five-week program, we...

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North Shore Congregational Church to Host Church-Wide Rummage Sale

North Shore Congregational Church 7330 N. Santa Monica Blvd. Fox Point, WI 53217 8 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Rummage Sale & Bake Sale 12:30 p.m. - 1 p.m. Bag Sale Beautiful items have been donated...

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Seniors Trip to Brewers-Dodgers Game

The Glendale Senior Citizens' Club has 25 tickets to the May 7 Brewers-Dodger game. The cost is $34 for ticket, bus, and driver tip. Lunch is on your own. The...

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Industry Expert: Prevent Fires. Clean Dryer Vents.

Cleaning dryer vents can save you: time, money, and possibly lives. According to the National Fire Protection Agency, 18,000 structure fires a year in the U.S. are caused by...

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Brown Deer Library Closed Today

The Brown Deer Library is closed today!!!! Our basement has flooded, and our furnaces are under water, so unfortunately we cannot be open to the public today. Please check back here for...

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Concordia University Announces New Dean for its School of Business Administration

Concordia University Wisconsin is proud to announce that Dr. Daniel Sem will be the new Dean of the School of Business Administration, effective July 1. Dr. Sem has extensive experience...

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Nicolet Rec. Dept. Upcoming Programs

The Nicolet Recreation Department offers the following upcoming programs: Toddlers * Parent/Tot Swim Lessons * TeeBall * Gymnastics Youth * Cricket Chinese Culture * Golf Lessons * Young Rembrandts * Swim Lessons Teens * Archery * Boater Safety * How To Write A...

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Volunteer Center of Greater Milwaukee recognizes area residents and businesses at 33rd Annual Volunteer Celebration

WHERE: Italian Community Center 631 E. Chicago St., Milwaukee WHAT: Local residents and businesses to be recognized at Annual Volunteer Celebration WHEN: April 9, 2015, 11:00 registration and networking 11:30 lunch; noon-1 p.m. program The luncheon and awards...

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Brilliant DPI to Host Open House to Showcase Expanded Office Space

Brilliant DPI, a full-service sign, design, digital imaging, and offset printing company, announced that it would host a free open house to showcase its new production and office space on...

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Free Showing of "Boyhood"

There will be a free showing of the 2014 film "Boyhood" at 1 p.m., Wednesday, April 22, in the Glendale Senior Citizens' Clubroom on the lower level of Glen Hills...

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Accept the Challenge: Become Accredited in Public Relations

Thursday, April 23 5:30-7:00PM The Commons 170 S. 1st St., 2nd Floor $5 members $8 non-members Featuring a panel discussion of Accredited PR professionals invited to share their experience and give insight into...

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Playworks Corporate Kickball Tournament June 19th

Corporate Kickball is an active employee engagement event that brings teams of 12 co-workers together through tournament play of a nostalgic game of kickball. More than one corporate team from...

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Bryan Kennedy for Mayor

As a resident of Glendale from 1976 through 1984 who moved back home to Glendale a few years ago, I hope that most of our community has been paying attention...

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Richmond School & Hillel Academy visit JA Finance Park

On March 24, 2015, eighth grade students from Richmond School in Sussex and Hillel Academy in Milwaukee experienced JA Finance Park at the Junior Achievement (JA) Kohl’s Education Center in...

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Nicolet Rec. Dept. Upcoming Programs

The Nicolet Recreation Department offers the following upcoming programs: Toddlers * Parent/Tot Swim Lessons * TeeBall * Gymnastics Youth * Archery * Golf Lessons * Computer Explorers - STEM Sampler Day Teens * Archery * Boater Safety * How To Write A...

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JoAnn Shaw for Mayor

JoAnn Shaw has shown great commitment to the City of Glendale in her role as the 6th District Alderperson as well as her current role as Acting Mayor of Glendale....

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South Milwaukee native Jerome Kitzke performing at SMPAC Poetry in Music/Music in Poetry

South Milwaukee PAC Presents Jerome Kitzke: Winter Count and Howl Music in Poetry - Poetry in Music Friday, April 10, 7:30 pm (South Milwaukee, WI) –South Milwaukee Performing Arts Center is proud to present...

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Community Watch

» McDonald's owner gets 9 years for running pot ring Updated:  4/17

» 15-year-old boy attacked while walking in Shorewood 4/15

» Brown Deer house damaged by basement fire 4/14

» Shorewood bank robbery suspects arrested 4/14

» Wrong-way I-43 driver crashes into ditch in Bayside 4/14

» Brown Deer man identified as victim of Milwaukee motorcycle-car crash 4/13

» Suspects in Shorewood bank robbery arrested in Kansas City 4/13

» Diamond Stone headlines 2014-15 All-Suburban Boys Basketball team 4/13

» Milwaukee man arrested in Mequon overdose death 4/9

» U.S. Marshals arrest man who allegedly supplied heroin, cocaine to overdose victim in Mequon 4/9

» Tornado watch in effect 4/9

» 2015 Milwaukee suburbs election roundup Updated:  4/8

» Franklin, Gutterman keep seats on Nicolet School Board 4/8

» Three Brown Deer School Board members return for a second term 4/8

» Incumbent Pam Adams wins reelection in Mequon 4/8

» Izzy Goldberg keeps seat on Glendale council 4/7

» Voters send message of change in Fox Point 4/7

» Ponto helps out as part of national service day 4/7

» Zovic, Amenta elected to Shorewood Village Board 4/7

» Rodney Cain wins Shorewood School Board seat 4/7

» Challenger Bryan Kennedy elected as Glendale mayor 4/7

» Informal exit poll shows Mequon-Thiensville voters support $18.2 million referendum 4/7

» Briggs & Stratton expands to Glendale 4/6

» Concordia University is first Wisconsin college to open an American Legion post 4/6

» Whitefish Bay group speaks out against school budget cuts 4/6

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