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Real Time - First Friday Performance Series at Danceworks

Next performance: Friday, July 3rd at 8:30pm Tickets: Pay What You Can Real Time is a new performance series taking place on the first Friday of every month at Danceworks. Real Time...

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Catey Ott Dance Collective: 3rd (i) EYE Conscious

Saturday June 27th at 6pm & 8pm Sunday June 28th at 2pm Catey Ott Dance Collective celebrates Catey Ott’s 10th year of relentless dance making, producing and performing solely as an independent...

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Scholarships for UW-Parkside Nonprofit Leadership Program

SOMERS -- Thanks to the generous contribution from sponsors CCB Technology and United Way of Racine County, partial scholarships are available for the Nonprofit Leadership Certificate program. The deadline to...

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Marching Band Competition at New Berlin Eisenhower High School

On Thursday, July 2nd, the New Berlin Eisenhower High School Marching Band is proud to host its first annual Mid-America Competing Band Directors Association (MACBDA) field show competition at...

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Stan’s Fit For Your Feet Named One of the Top Footwear Stores In America

BROOKFIELD, Wis. -- Stan’s Fit For Your Feet with locations in Brookfield, Glendale and Greenfield, recently received a Gold Medal Service Award by Footwear Insight, the leading footwear industry magazine...

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The State of Senior Health: Where Wisconsin Made Strides, and Where We Need to Improve

With America’s senior population expected to double in size by 2050, it is important that we ensure seniors in Wisconsin can live full and healthy lives. The America’s Heath Rankings...

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EveryBODY Plays! MCW to host adaptive sports and recreation expo

The Medical College of Wisconsin’s (MCW) department of physical medicine and rehabilitation will host the 2nd Annual EveryBODY Plays! Adaptive Sports and Recreation Expo July 25, at Nathan Hale High...

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The Energy for Life walk Milwaukee to benefit the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation will be held on September 26th at Greenfield Park

The Energy for Life walk Milwaukee to benefit the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation will be held on September 26th at Greenfield Park site 3A. As a valuable member of...

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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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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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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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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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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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Quincy University's Rachael Binash garners All Academic Honors in Volleyball

Rachael Binash, a resident of New Berlin, WI and Pius XI High School Graduate (2013), made the Dean's list for the spring semester at Quincy University in Illinois. To...

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25 Reasons Why Cotter Consulting Loves Milwaukee

Cotter Consulting, Inc., a leader in the construction/project management industry, is celebrating its 25th anniversary. Over the past two-and-a-half decades, the woman-owned company has grown from a single-person to a...

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Imagine More Dinner to raise funds, awareness for neuroscience research

The Medical College of Wisconsin’s (MCW) Neuroscience Research Center Board will host the annual Imagine More Dinner Sunday, June 28 at the Wisconsin Club in Milwaukee. The event focuses on...

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UW-Waukesha Continuing Education TO OFFER ONLINE PARALEGAL CERTIFICATE COURSE©

Classes start June 29, 2015 Area residents interested in pursuing a paralegal career will have the opportunity to earn a Paralegal Certificate through an online course being offered beginning June 29,...

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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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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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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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Community Watch

» Committee moves proposed downtown Waukesha apartment forward 6/30

» Jury trials scheduled for Waukesha gas station homicide suspects 6/29

» Lodi woman killed in Waukesha County single-vehicle crash 6/28

» Woman given 12 months probation for downtown Waukesha stabbing incident 6/26

» Judge sentences Waukesha woman who beat daughter to probation 6/25

» St. Mary's holding annual three-day church festival this weekend in Waukesha 6/25

» Environmental groups remain opposed to Waukesha request for lake water 6/25

» Waukesha Police Report: June 25, 2015 issue 6/25

» Woman who drove car onto railroad tracks in Waukesha sentenced to jail 6/24

» Rep. Chris Kapenga wins District 33 Republican state Senate primary 6/23

» Tribute Tuesday concert series kicks off in Cutler Park 6/23

» Rosalie Smith, a Waukesha North grad, crowned Miss Wisconsin 6/23

» Fire breaks out at south side Waukesha manufacturing facility 6/22

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

» Catholic Memorial soccer once again the best in the state 6/22

» Main Street construction crosses the finish line in downtown Waukesha 6/20

» Waukesha County Museum will reopen on Thursday afternoons 6/19

» Psychiatrist: Girl in Slender Man case needs mental intervention Updated:  6/18

» Waukesha Police Report: June 18, 2015 issue 6/18

» Family history of mental illness revealed in Slender Man case Updated:  6/17

» Waukesha middle school teacher: Morgan Geyser had 'social problems' in the classroom 6/17

» Waukesha would lose money from changes in hotel room tax laws 6/17

» Waukesha celebrates Les Paul's 100th birthday 6/16

» Waukesha man allegedly robbed Walgreens pharmacy at knifepoint 6/16

» Big Bend man, previously charged with public masturbation, now charged with murder 6/16

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