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Milwaukee IndyFest Returns to The Milwaukee Mile July 11-12

Racing returns to Milwaukee for the 2015 ABC Supply Co. Inc. Wisconsin 250 presented by The Metro Milwaukee Honda Dealers, part of Milwaukee IndyFest July 11-12 at Wisconsin State Fair...

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BloodCenter of Wisconsin to Host Declaration for Donations Blood Drive

Blood donors invited to honor those who save the day Milwaukee, Wis. — June 23, 2015 — BloodCenter of Wisconsin will host the 14th annual Declaration for Donations Blood Drive Tuesday,...

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Back to School Event for Foster Children Urges Public to Volunteer

Milwaukee, June 22, 2015 – For 11 years, Urban Threads has helped Milwaukee’s foster care children go back to school in style. The organization’s annual Back to School Event...

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Cyclists Will Ride Toward a World Free of MS at Bike MS: TOYOTA Best Dam Bike Tour

More than 1,500 cyclists are expected to raise more than $1.5 million to support cutting-edge research and life-changing programs and services for people living with multiple sclerosis at the 32nd...

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Tour Le Jardin - Garden Tour!

Ten a.m. to 4 p.m. July 18th is the Save-the-Date eagerly anticipated by gardeners, garden lovers, and local citizens for the annual Tour le Jardin garden tour, a rain or...

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Waukesha County Genealogical Society to meet on June 24, 2015

June 12, 2015 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Old World Wisconsin – Past, Present, and Future WAUKESHA – On June 24th the Waukesha County Genealogical Society will host an evening with Dan Freas. Dan...

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National ADA Legacy Bus Tour Stops in Milwaukee June 26

The National ADA Legacy Bus Tour “Road to Freedom” celebrates the accomplishments made by participating disability activists and other individuals of the disability rights movement both past and present. In...

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What Are Your Vintage Sports Collectibles Worth?

Ever wonder what your vintage sports card or memorabilia is worth? Michael Osacky, a vintage sports and memorabilia appraiser from Chicago, will explain the ins and outs of sports memorabilia....

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WAUMC Community Coffee House benefiting Appalachia Service Project to feature local guitarist

The public is invited to the Community Coffee House at Wauwatosa Avenue United Methodist Church, 1529 Wauwatosa Ave., to hear local guitarist Chick Zaffiro and friends perform an evening of...

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Free Johnny Cash Concert in the Park Tuesday

The City of Waukesha Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department (WPRF) announces the new concert series, Tribute Tuesdays Presented by Meijer, to honor the 100th birthday of the late Les Paul,...

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Kohl's Cares Grow Safe & Healthy Mobile Unit brings safety education to Brookfield Saturday, June 20

The Kohl’s Cares Grow Safe & Healthy Mobile Tour brings safety education to Brookfield Kids Fest at McCoy Field, 19025 Wilderness Way in Brookfield from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m....

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Green Bay K-9 Police Officer Will Receive Life-saving Vest Courtesy of the MECA Foundation and Flat Rate Home Services

Green Bay’s Police K9 Unit will soon be patrolling the streets with a little added safety. Today the MECA Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting every police dog...

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Walk MS Date Change

The date for Wisconsin’s fall Walk MS event in Waukesha has been changed to Sunday, September 20. The Walk MS location remains the same at Frame Park, 1240 Frame Park...

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Being Mortal book discussion at the Brookfield Public Library

Talking About Books (TAB) at the Brookfield Public Library will be discussing "Being Mortal: Medicine And What Matters In The End" on Wednesday, June 10, 2015. Come share your...

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West 1985 Class to hold 30th Reunion July 17th-July 18th

The Wauwatosa West Class of 1985 will be holding their 30th class reunion the weekend of July 17th-18th, 2015. Activities include an icebreaker cocktail night Friday, July 17th at...

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Bluegrass and Brats in the Park

Who: Ghana Mission Trip Fundraiser What: Bluegrass, Brats and Buries Come on out and enjoy live bluegrass music with the talented Burie Family. Brats and food available! When: Saturday (June 13), from 1 p.m. to...

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Never Give Up! An Inspirational Talk

Looking to be inspired? Local author Gary Beyer will share his journey since being diagnosed with a rare debilitating muscle condition and discuss how he has maintained hope and...

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Wisconsin Native, Purple Heart Recipient to Speak at 27th Annual Amerifest Event

Spring Creek Church and an estimated 4,000 community members will honor local armed forces and veterans at the 27th annual Amerifest event on Sunday, June 28 from 8:00 a.m. –...

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United Way Volunteer Opportunities

For Immediate Release For more information, contact Jenn Wigh, Coordinator - Volunteer Engagement Volunteer@UnitedWayGMWC.org 262.409.2406 United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County Connects Community to Volunteer Opportunities [May 27, 2015] – MILWAUKEE –The Volunteer Engagement...

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Free mentoring event offered for "Encore Entrepreneurs"

AARP Wisconsin and the U.S. Small Business Administration are teaming up to hold an "Encore Entrepren​eur" event that is designed to provide free counseling, mentoring and training for anyone age...

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Community Watch

» Elm Grove Police and Fire Departments respond to house fire 7/1

» Are you affected by the Milwaukee bus strike? Brookfield Now wants to hear from Gold Line commuters 7/1

» Brookfield water main break causes closure of Lilly Road 7/1

» Town of Brookfield denies two sign requests 7/1

» Brookfield and Elm Grove Police Report: July 2 7/1

» Five things to know about trains in Brookfield 6/30

» Town of Brookfield once again considers Poplar Creek proposal 6/30

» Ask Now: Fewer meetings? Same pay? 6/30

» Brookfield author's proceeds going to Wounded Warrior Project 6/30

» Sports Notes: July 2, 2015 6/29

» Brookfield's Krill wins boys 16 doubles Midwest Closed Junior Championship 6/29

» Rufer, Keane key Lancers' victory over Brookfield East 6/29

» Water main break closes Lilly Road 6/26

» Elm Grove library surveying residents on future 6/24

» Motion to dismiss for couple charged with locking daughter in basement denied 6/23

» Elm Grove police seek leads in robbery 6/23

» Brookfield's St. Dominic gearing up for annual Dominic Days festival 6/23

» Brookfield to host forum for new park 6/23

» 2015 4th of July events in suburban Milwaukee 6/22

» Sunset Playhouse offers free ticket for fathers 6/19

» Some officials still skeptical of Corridor 6/16

» Brookfield Academy's Head of School retires 6/16

» Kristin Olson to be Tonawanda Elementary's new principal in Elmbrook district 6/15

» Police hope to fill safety sessions 6/12

» Bay beats Brookfield East, 5-4, in shootout 6/11

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