Browse by category

Submit your own story!

Local Eye MDs answer top 6 questions about diabetic eye disease

Diabetes is reaching epidemic levels across all ages and races. Chances are you know (or are) one of the more than 29 million Americans with the disease. Whether or not...

Read More

Brookfield Native Member of Winning ROTC Team

Rachael DeMeulenaere, Brookfield native and student at Marquette University, was a member of the female Cadet team to participate in the recent 3rd ROTC Brigade Ranger Challenge. Ranger Challenge, which...

Read More

Airport seeks volunteers at information desk

Do you enjoy helping people and have great customer service skills? Are you looking to give back to the community and volunteer? If so, you're in luck! We are seeking...

Read More

Protect your vision, know the 3 leading causes of blindness

Education is key to maintaining your health, vision and independence. To help you “see” life to the fullest, the doctors at Eye Care Specialists’ ophthalmology practice have summarized the symptoms,...

Read More

Art and Nature Come Together at the First Annual Artists in The Garden Weekend at the Boerner Botanical Gardens in Whitnall Park, September 12th and 13th, 2015

Milwaukee County Parks, the Boerner Botanical Gardens, and the League of Milwaukee Artists are hosting the first annual Artists in the Garden weekend event on Saturday and Sunday, September 12th...

Read More

Spc. Ian Hagen,, of Greendale, Wis. firing the M249 as he prepares as the alternate competitor for the Army Best Warrior Competition.

Spc. Ian Hagen firing the M249 as he prepares as the alternate competitor for the Army Best Warrior Competition. Hagen, of Greendale, Wis., with the 372nd Engineer Company, won the...

Read More

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...

Read More

Spring Break 2016 in China with the Chamber

The South Suburban Chamber, in cooperation with Central Holidays, is offering its Eighth Annual Trip to China, April 15-23, 2016, with a new, exciting itinerary. The nine day trip will...

Read More

DYPC Junior & Senior Company Auditions

DYPC performs at various events in the community. Participating in DYPC is a great opportunity for young dancers to rehearse and train together, while enjoying unique performance experiences! Danceworks Youth Performance...

Read More

Greendale Resident Finishing Term of Service with Milwaukee Nonprofit

GREENDALE RESIDENT FINISHING TERM OF SERVICE WITH MILWAUKEE NONPROFIT AmeriCorps member Karah Reid serves as High School Coach with College Possible Milwaukee MILWAUKEE– Greendale native Karah Reid is finishing a year of...

Read More

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....

Read More

Fire Fighters Urge Caution Near Fireworks on Independence Day

For Immediate Release Contact: June 16, 2015 Dustin Lofy 414-425-1420 Fire Fighters Urge Caution Near Fireworks on Independence Day Franklin, Wisconsin - Independence Day, unfortunately, is one of the busiest days of the year for...

Read More

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...

Read More

Landmark Residents Write Valentine's for Veterans

February 3, 2015 (WEST ALLIS, WI)—Residents at The Landmark of West Allis, a senior independent living community, are gathering to sign Valentine’s Day cards that will be delivered to veterans...

Read More

Daddy & Daughter Dance Party

Recommended for Dads or Grandfathers with daughters/granddaughters ages 6-10 Spend Valentine’s Day with your best guy and learn a dance that you can share with everyone at your next family gathering. Participants...

Read More

5 Fast Facts About Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness in the U.S., affecting 3+ million Americans. But loss of sight may be preventable—if you educate yourself about the latest advances in detection...

Read More

Home for the Holidays: Keeping You and Your Loved Ones Safe on the Road

The holidays are a time for family and celebration, but unfortunately this time of year also brings more danger to our roads. We hear the same advice time and time...

Read More

Franklin Public Library Children’s Department adds

FRANKLIN, WI – Today’s children are born digital. What better way to start them off on the right digital track than with a trip to the library to explore Franklin...

Read More

"Battle of the Bays" winner announced by BloodCenter of WI

Blood donor will attend Green Bay vs. Tampa Bay game December 21 Milwaukee, Wis. — December 16, 2014 — BloodCenter of Wisconsin has selected a Pewaukee blood donor and his guest...

Read More

The Landmark Senior Community Serves Something Good

December 2, 2014 (Milwaukee, WI)—Residents from The Landmark of West Allis, an independent senior community in West Allis, WI, gathered together on December 2nd to serve those in need at...

Read More

Community Watch

» Oak Creek announces open house for new Civic Center 11/30

» Updated rankings of area prep boys and girls basketball teams and players 11/30

» Greendale to host annual 'A Dickens of a Christmas' downtown event Dec. 4 11/30

» Wehr Nature Center Director receives Patriot Award from Department of Defense agency 11/30

» The Prairie School to host event on gifted children 11/27

» Plans for Alyson Dudek ice skating center move forward with donation 11/25

» Missing Franklin man found dead on Nov. 24 near Oak Leaf Bike Trail 11/25

» Police identify body found near bike trail as missing Franklin man 11/25

» Oak Creek girls basketball team looks to dominate with depth 11/24

» Wisconsin DOT: South 27th Street is open for business during holiday season 11/24

» Meijer to provide food for Oak Creek's annual 'Evening of Blessings' 11/24

» Greendale School Board Academy to be held for prospective spring election candidates 11/24

» Franklin girls basketball team has talent, looks for depth 11/24

» Oak Creek pulls away late to beat Brookfield Central, 59-46 11/21

» Oak Creek 8th graders 'view the world' as journalists in writing unit, 4 essays to be posted online 11/19

» Updated state championship game rankings of area prep football teams and players 11/19

» Franklin's $37 million budget has no tax change 11/18

» Rawson Avenue closure beginning Nov. 18 11/18

» Cudahy man found dead near hunting tree stand in Adams County 11/18

» Greendale trustees raise tax levy 1 percent, bump up budget by 45 percent to construct fire station 11/18

» Coming off good season, will Oak Creek football team dare to be great? 11/17

» Nine Oak Creek athletes sign letters of intent 11/17

» Franklin, Oak Creek swimmers finish well at state 11/17

» Hales Corners Chamber of Commerce to host social on Nov. 24 11/17

» Oak Creek Culver's to host annual Kids2Kids Toy Drive 11/16

View All Posts Got a tip? Welcome rss



Local Business Directory