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St. Clare Street Fair

St. Clare Street Fair This fall St. Clare Street Fair will be held on Sunday, September 20th from 8 AM to 6 PM. There will be crafters/vendors/rummage sellers participating. They will...

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Callen Construction Offers Tips for Preventing and Eliminating Exterior Mold

As the humidity heightens in the summer months, homeowners may start to notice mold growth on the exterior of their homes, fences, porches, or decks. However, with proper maintenance and...

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Blessing of the Bikes and Bikers

Faith Presbyterian Church invites all bikers and bikes to their Blessing of the Bikes and Bikers on Sunday, September 6 at 10 am. We will bless bikes and bikers during...

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All You Can Eat Spaghetti Dinner - September 19th!

St. Martin of Tours Parish and School will be hosting an All You Can Eat spaghetti dinner on Saturday, September 19th from 5:00 – 7:00pm. This wonderful dinner will...

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Exciting New Children’s Programs for Fall at Franklin Public Library

Franklin Public Library’s Children’s Department is excited to announce the Fall Program Schedule with weekly and monthly programs for children from birth to 5th grade. The library has many year round...

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Teen Writers’ Workshop Begins at Franklin Public Library

Franklin Public Library is excited to announce the creation of a monthly Teen Writers’ Workshop for children in grades 6-12. The Teen Writers’ Workshop kick-off is Tuesday, September 22...

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Demystifying Reiki

Demystifying Reiki First off, Reiki is not as difficult to say as Feng Shui. Reiki (Ray-Kee) has been around for thousands of years. Hands-on healing is not something new, it is...

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Center for Enrichment Used Book Sale

The Clement Manor Center for Enrichment is hosting a used book sale on Tuesday, August 12th from 9am - 2pm. Wholesalers/those who sells books on the internet are welcome...

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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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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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Danceworks on Tap: Heart & Sole

August 7, 7:30pm | August 8, 7:30pm | August 9, 2:30pm Join DOT as we celebrate 15 years of TAPPINESS! In Heart & Sole, Danceworks on Tap (DOT) uncovers the expressive powers...

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Agape Players Offers Free Performances Aug 7th - 8th - 9th

Agape Players, an ecumenical drama group made up of high school and college age youth from area churches will have three performances of "Yes, I Believe." Free and open to...

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The Arts Are Fine in Hales Corners!

Hales Corners Youth Music Theatre LLC is just another reason for families to love living in this community. "This has always been a community that has embraced the value...

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Franklin Professional Fire Fighters Team with Packers and the PFFW to Protect Children

Franklin Professional Fire Fighters Team with Packers and the PFFW to Protect Children It was announced today that the Franklin Professional Fire Fighters will join the Green Bay Packers and the...

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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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Two New Employees Join R.A. Smith National’s Construction Services Division

R.A. Smith National — a nationwide, multi-disciplined civil and structural engineering and surveying firm — headquartered in Brookfield, Wis., has added two new employees to its construction services division. Cody Hans...

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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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Two Weeks Remaining For Chance To Win $10,000 For Your Non-Profit

TWO WEEKS REMAINING FOR CHANCE TO WIN $10,000 FOR YOUR NON-PROFIT MILWAUKEE — Only two weeks remain for older adults to be nominated for the $10,000 Social Innovation Prize in Wisconsin...

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ART TO ART: True Stories

August 1, 7:30pm | August 2, 7:30pm This year’s Art to Art invites collaborators to make work that is inspired by true stories of themselves, family members, historical figures, or stories...

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High Tech Comes to Hair Replacement Business

High tech, as demonstrated by a procedure called Micro Point Link (MPL), has come to the hair replacement business in Milwaukee—and has been well received, according to Dave Lemke, owner...

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Community Watch

» Fire destroys garage in Franklin 8/21

» Greendale residents can receive free 'File of Life' documents from Health Department 8/20

» The 2015 Suburban Milwaukee Prep Football Guide 8/19

» Greendale to share fire ladder truck with Hales Corners during emergencies 8/19

» Get to know: Franklin Sabers 8/18

» Ad-Tech Medical implant maker seeks new plant in Oak Creek business park Updated:  8/18

» Get to know: Oak Creek Knights 8/18

» Greendale Fire Dept. approved for temporary relocation in safety center basement, village seeks bids 8/18

» Southwest Symphony tries to get suburbia into tune 8/18

» Franklin girls golf team motivated, experienced 8/18

» Hales Corners bed-and-breakfast gets back on its feet with new owners 8/18

» Parents invited to attend Oak Creek High School's open house 8/17

» Forest Park Middle School hires new principal 8/17

» Photo service Pixologie joins Charles Allis Art Museum to create historical archive 8/17

» Oak Creek police search for thieves disguised as construction workers 8/17

» Oak Creek time capsule to be buried under new city hall 8/17

» Motorcyclist killed in accident 8/17

» Ribbon cut for Franklin Hampton 8/14

» Fall Out Boy drummer Andrew Hurley got his start in the Falls Updated:  8/12

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

» Franklin drops idea of school boundary change 8/12

» Steve Taylor strikes back, will run for Franklin board 8/12

» Oak Creek's Hamilton, Binelas earn All-Suburban baseball honors 8/11

» Steve Taylor to run for alderman 8/11

» Many talents help build greatness for Doran Turchin of Oak Creek 8/11

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