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Milwaukee/NARI Home Improvement Council Honors The Salvation Army of Milwaukee County

The Milwaukee Chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI), the area’s leading home improvement and remodeling industry resource for more than 52 years, presented its annual “Building...

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5 Things you should know about diabetic eye disease

November is “National Diabetes Awareness Month” Diabetes is reaching epidemic levels in the U.S. Chances are you know (or are) one of the 25.8 million Americans with the disease. If so,...

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Sheridan Park Memories

Sheridan Park will be celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2014! To commemorate the event, the Cudahy Family Library is compiling a booklet about the park's history. Do you have any...

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Chili and Jewelry Sale

Everyone is invited to attend the upcoming St. Ann’s Jewelry and Chili Sale on Saturday, November 23 from 9 AM to 1 PM at St. Ann Center on 2801 East...

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Mil Town Treblemakers A Capella Performs 2 FREE Concerts Dec. 14

If you like holiday songs, angelic voices, and helping out a good cause, the Mil Town Treblemakers HOLIDAY EXPERIENCE is just your ticket for family friendly fun. The award-winning local women’s...

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Wixon Names Steve Padley as Corporate Chef

Wixon Inc. has hired Steve Padley as Corporate Chef, continuing the company’s growth efforts in the foodservice market by incorporating food science and technology with culinary artistry. Padley’s responsibilities will include...

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Job Fair

Carey Limousine/THINKLimo, Wisconsin’s largest luxury limousine service, will hold a job fair Wednesday, November 20th from 5.00pm-7.00pm, Thursday, November 21st from 9.00am-11.00am, and Saturday, November 23rd from 11.00am – 1.00pm...

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Wisconsin Christmas Carnival of Lights to Support Ronald McDonald House Charities Eastern Wisconsin

The Wisconsin Christmas Carnival of Lights at Jellystone Park™ Camp-Resort will be donating $1 from each car, up to $4,000, that visits the holiday lights display to Ronald McDonald House...

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Surviving the Holidays: For Those Who Find Rejoicing Hard Work

Loss brings a sense of grief that is sometimes heightened during the holiday season. Our pastoral staff and Grief Share ministries team invites you and welcomes ALL to the 3rd...

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First-Ever Festival of Trees & Music Showcases Milwaukee Musicians, Performing Artists, and Decorated Holiday Trees

Featuring dozens of live performances by a wide range of popular musicians, elaborately decorated holiday trees, along with a showcase of area choral groups, a premier event titled the Festival...

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An Extra Saturday book sale at St. Francis Library in November!

The "Friends of St. Francis Library" book sale room will be open Saturday November 16th from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m....

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Local Church To Hand Out Food Baskets For Thanksgiving

St. Lucas Ev. Lutheran Church, 2605 S. Kinnickinnic Avenue, gives away food baskets during the Thanksgiving season to neighbors who could use a little extra help. Food baskets typically include powdered...

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The St. Francis Civic Center is Underway!

The St. Francis Civic Center is Underway! The city of St. Francis broke ground on its new Civic Center at 3400 East Howard Avenue on Sunday, October 27. City officials, citizens...

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South Milwaukee High School Cheerleaders Hold Fundraiser

The South Milwaukee High School cheerleaders will be performing in a national cheerleading competition on March 2, 2014 in Florida. Tickets are being sold to a social, hosted by the...

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Heritage Dinner

A Heritage dinner consisting of 1/2 Rotisseri chicken will be hosted by Sts.Peter and Paul Polish National Catholic Church on Saturday November 16th. Serving at the Church Hall,located at...

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Heritage Dinner

Sts.Peter and Paul Polish National Catholic Church will host a 1/2 rotisserie chicken dinner Saturday November 16th. Served at the Church Hall,1308 15th Avenue,South Milwaukee,from 4-6 p.m. Adults $9,children under...

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Crafters/Vendors Still Needed

The Ladies Auxiliary of the Knights of Columbus Council 1709 in South Milwaukee will be holding their annual Craft Fair on Sunday, November 10th and still have tables available....

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Get Ready to Build!

The Lego Master brings his building skills back for another fun-filled program at the St. Francis Library on Saturday, November 16. Join us anytime from 1:00-3:00 p.m. You can help...

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French for Kids Now Enrolling for Winter Session!

The Academy of Classical Ballet teaches their dancers whole-language French, allowing elementary and pre-school age students to master high school and even college-level French with ease. After offering such a...

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Plainfield Pub donates to Books for Soldiers

The Plainfield Pub takes donations for Books for Soldiers along with donations for Tacos that Deb makes and asks for a contribution to support the troops. Deb and Johns daughter has...

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Community Watch

» Milwaukeeans Chill on the Hill with Irish sounds 8/14

» Kurtz Road closes to through traffic 8/13

» Greendale police seek man who robbed PNC Bank at gunpoint 8/13

» Goodwill to move headquarters to Greendale as Reader's Digest relocates 8/12

» Wauwatosa West's Austin Jones named 2013 NOW All-Suburban Baseball Player of the Year 8/7

» Milwaukeeans Chill on the Hill with Nora Collins and Eagle Trace 8/7

» Oak Creek community remembers Sikh Temple shooting with vigil 8/6

» 'Abraham Lincoln' arrested for drunken driving on front lawn of South Milwaukee City Hall 8/5

» Oak Creek community remembers Sikh temple shooting 8/5

» Franklin woman, passenger on motorcyle, dies in rear-end collision 7/31

» Southridge Mall brawl leads to police action and arrests 7/31

» Your Stories glitch fixed; thanks to our NOW contributors 7/29

» Angered by liquor store's appearance, man smashes TV on sidewalk, police say 7/19

» Oak Creek church, school burglarized 7/19

» Police say Greendale man facing charges for randomly punching teens on Summerfest shuttle 7/16

» Registration open for run/walk held in memory of shooting victims 7/15

» Oak Creek to vote on spending $23,000 in Packer advertisements 7/15

» Krimmer sets Oak Creek wins record in Knights' 9-3 regional victory 7/12

» Man shot in Cudahy, police say 7/10

» We Energies pays $100,000 to settle state lawsuit over bluff collapse 7/9

» Franklin police seek women who brawled at child's birthday party 7/9

» Hales Corners fireworks abruptly canceled because of accident 7/4

» Milwaukeeans Chill on the Hill with social media 7/3

» Eisenhower's Katie Lang named NOW All-Suburban Softball Player of the Year 7/2

» Cudahy police say dog shot on beach 6/25

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