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Callen’s Tips for Transforming Small Interior Spaces

Small rooms can be cute and cozy, but they can also feel cramped and restricted. Doreen Schofield, a designer with Callen Construction, Inc. in Muskego, a full service and award...

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Hoops for Awareness

On Saturday, August 13th, Modern Woodmen will be hosting our inaugural 3v3 Basketball Tournament and Family Fun Day. This event will take place at Hales Corners Lutheran from 9am-3pm....

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Martin Luther Baseball Sets Records, Earns Honors

2016 was a record setting spring for the Spartans. Not only did the team win the Metro Classic outright, their first conference title since 2004, they did so while...

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UPDATE: Franklin school referendum is inevitable

Recently I wrote: http://www.franklinnow.com/userstoriessubmitted/382280891.html The update: Well, maybe not as inevitable as I thought. The results are in. At Wednesday night’s Franklin School Board meeting the totals from the recent polling of...

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Franklin resident earns highest Girl Scout honor with autism awareness project

Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast (GSWISE) has given Franklin resident and Girl Scout Elizabeth Rilling the highest award in Girl Scouting–the Girl Scout Gold Award. A Girl Scout who receives...

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South Milwaukee Football Annual Golf Outing

The South Milwaukee Football Booster Club will be having its annual Football golf outing on Saturday, August 6th, 2016 at Grant Park Golf Course. Registration begins at 11:30 with shotgun start...

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FDA New Regulation

Dear Editor, The hashtag #notobacco4kids is all over the internet because the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released a new rule extending its regulation of tobacco products beyond just cigarettes and...

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Memory Café to Come to Franklin Public Library

FRANKLIN, WI - Franklin Public Library, in partnership with the Alzheimer’s Association, will host two Memory Cafés on July 19 and August 16 from 2 to 3:30pm for individuals and...

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Franklin Senior Awarded Rotary Scholarship

Thomas Staniszewski, a senior at Franklin High School was one of six area students to receive a scholarship from the Rotary Club of Mitchell Field. Staniszewski, pictured at the far...

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First Outdoor Movie of the Summer in Greendale

Evolving from single-celled yellow organisms at the dawn of time, Minions live to serve, but find themselves working for a continual series of unsuccessful masters, from T. Rex to Napoleon....

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Support for K9s Keeps "Brewing"

Greenfield, WI, June 15, 2016: The public is invited to the 5th annual MECA Vest A K9 Fest, a fundraiser held on the grounds of the Milwaukee Emergency Center for...

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KIDS hit the Road starting in West Allis

The Kids from Wisconsin are kicking off their 48th show season and nearly 60 performances with their Premier Performance on June 22 at 7pm at Nathan Hale High School in...

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The Equitable Bank hires new mortgage loan officer

The Equitable Bank has added John Braovac as a Mortgage Loan Officer. In his role, Braovac will originate residential mortgage loans, primarily out of the bank’s Wauwatosa office. Braovac brings...

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Pick The Perfect Paint Color With Callen

Giving a room a fresh paint job is a great way to start clean and give the room a whole new theme and feel, according to Doreen Schofield, a designer...

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WE ENERGIES FOUNDATION SUPPORTS NATURAL RESOURCES EDUCATION

WE ENERGIES FOUNDATION SUPPORTS NATURAL RESOURCES EDUCATION EAGLE RIVER, Wis. – Trees For Tomorrow, a natural resources specialty school in Eagle River announces ten (10) students from the Indian Community School...

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Second Annual Flag Day at The Berkshire of Greendale

On June 13, 2016, the officers of the American Legion Post 416, Greendale, Wisconsin, performed an installation of a new flag at the entrance to the driveway circle of The...

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The Rock Sports Complex to Host Crawfish Boil June 25

Nineteen88 Productions, MilwaukeeFood.com and The Rock Sports Complex are serving up your weekend plans! Help us make a SPLASH at The Rock’s Umbrella Bar on Saturday, June 25th for our...

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8th Annual South Milwaukee Historical Society Garden Tour

The 8th Annual South Milwaukee Historical Society Garden Tour will be held Saturday, June 25th (rain or shine) from 9 am to 3 pm. we will feature 6 beautiful gardens...

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New Programming & Outreach Coordinator Joins the Franklin Public Library Team

FRANKLIN, WI – Rachel Muchin Young, Director of Franklin Public Library, announced Monday the appointment of Caitlin Sprague to the position of Programming & Outreach Coordinator, effective June 6, 2016....

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REUNION: Cudahy High Class of 1965

The reunion committee is looking for former classmates so we can catch up on 51 years of post-high school life on Saturday, October 1st. All 1965 CHS grads, post your contact information (name, address...

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Community Watch

» Oak Creek holding selfie search contest in July 12:23 PM

» A referendum will be held to decide fate of Forest Park Middle School 10:20 AM

» Oak Creek baseball team passes test with win over Homestead, 7-3 6/25

» Canterbury earns two School of Merit awards 6/24

» Oak Creek increases dog ownership limit from two to three Updated:  6/24

» Free Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra concert at Boerner Botanical Gardens 6/23

» Sandra Kulik to proceed Mike Weber as Hales Corners' Administrator 6/23

» Wounded Warrior now "The Chowventor" 6/22

» 2 arrested in suspected poaching at Whitnall Park 6/22

» Franklin Police arrest two suspects for poaching in Whitnall Park 6/22

» Hales Corners Library to host puppet show for summer reading program 6/22

» Watercolor paintings of nature on display at Botanical Gardens 6/22

» Hales Corners Board selects new administrator 6/22

» Oak Creek baseball coach Holler earns 300th win 6/21

» Oak Creek baseball team plays small ball to beat Menomonee Falls 6/21

» Rolling road forces bumpy review in Hales Corners 6/21

» Paul Ryan schedules stops in Franklin, Greendale, Hales Corners, Oak Creek 6/21

» Oak Creek's Summer Concert Series begins June 29 6/21

» Hales Corners Chamber of Commerce social to focus on "Millennial Mind" 6/21

» Wehr Nature Center invites community to count butterflies for NABA 6/21

» Splash pad gets off to a slippery start at Drexel Town Square 6/20

» Hales Corners to plant pollinator garden for first Bee City USA event 6/20

» New Greendale Public Library director announced 6/20

» Wehr Nature Center to host "Summer Solstice Social" 6/20

» Hales Corners Chamber of Commerce makes top 25 in Milwaukee area 6/20

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