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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...

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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,...

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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...

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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...

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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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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...

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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...

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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...

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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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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...

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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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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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"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...

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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...

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60th Wedding Anniversary

On August 21st, Julia and Alvin Moede of New Berlin, celebrated their 60th Wedding Anniversary. They have been blessed with five children and 9 grandchildren. They celebrated their special day with...

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August is “Cataract Awareness Month”: 6 Things you should know about CATARACTS

Cataracts are a leading cause of vision loss in the world. Fortunately, loss of sight is usually reversible with the most common (and extremely quick and safe) surgical procedure performed...

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Community Watch

» Oak Creek-Franklin School District agrees to 'start fresh' with teachers union 02:43 PM

» "Our time": Franklin golfers earn first state tournament berth 12:13 PM

» Oak Creek, Franklin girls tennis players advance to state 11:53 AM

» Oak Creek football team heads off Racine Case at the pass 11:38 AM

» Franklin football team clinches share of third straight SEC title 11:33 AM

» Franklin Police offer reward for information on recent explosion near Kayla's Playground 10/12

» Oak Creek mayor: Market won't crawl past Caterpillar's vacated space 10/9

» Updated week eight rankings of area prep football teams and players 10/9

» Police deem Kayla's Playground safe after nearby explosion; ribbon cutting will proceed today Updated:  10/9

» Oscar's Frozen Custard Franklin location stalled by lack of equipment 10/8

» 'Evening of Blessings' provides the less fortunate with Thanksgiving dinner 10/8

» Greendale's Reading Buddies program connects first-graders with dedicated adult volunteers 10/7

» Franklin football team batters Indian Trail in stunning fashion 10/6

» Franklin shows patience, rallies to win SEC girls tennis title 10/6

» Oak Creek football team enjoys homecoming with win over Horlick 10/6

» Hales Corners Historical Society will have a special program about cemetery tombstones Oct. 7 10/6

» Greendale library director to interview familiar mystery writer 10/6

» Redevelopment in works for Hales Corners shopping center 10/6

» Milwaukee suburbs trick-or-treat times 2015 10/5

» Franklin celebrates homecoming by smashing Indian Trail, 42-0 10/2

» Oak Creek Public Library to close for one week during move to Drexel Town Square 10/2

» Greendale Gallery Night set for Oct. 16 10/2

» Carlisle Interconnect Technologies plans to expand Franklin location 10/2

» Root River Center Reopened: Grand opening will be on Oct. 9 to 11 10/2

» Hales Corners will observe trick or treat times on Oct. 31 10/1

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