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Hallman/Lindsay Paints Donates $25,000 to Local Food Pantries

For Hallman/Lindsay Paints, a special moment of fulfillment was achieved last week when $25,000 was donated to local food pantries across Wisconsin ─ $1,000 for each of Hallman/Lindsay’s 25 store...

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Artist Adria Willenson to Showcase Original Art at Sarah Chudnow in Mequon

Join artist Adria Willenson at a special reception for the installation of an exhibit of her original artwork. The free event takes place on Sunday, January 10, 2016 from 2:00 -...

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Alverno Presents Christopher Porterfield: How to Write a Popular Song

Alverno Presents brings longtime friend Christopher Porterfield to the Pitman Theatre on Saturday, January 30 at 8:00 PM in a new show entitled Christopher Porterfield: How to Write A Popular...

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Coach Wojciechowski Selected to Compete for $100,000 in the 2016 Infiniti Coaches’ Charity Challenge; Selects Camp Hometown Heroes as Benefiting Organization

Milwaukee, WI — Infiniti is once again partnering with the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), the NCAA and ESPN to sponsor the "Infiniti Coaches' Charity Challenge." Now in its fifth...

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A Taste of Kindergarten

Calvary Lutheran School, 110 Division Street, Thiensville, Wisconsin will have its annual Taste of Kindergarten on Thursday, January 21, 2016 from 6:00 – 7:30 pm. The schedule for the...

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Mequon's Podolske Receives NMU Scholarship

Laura Podolske of Mequon was awarded two scholarships from the Northern Michigan University College of Business for the current academic year. She received the John F. List ‘84 Scholarship and...

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How to Prevent the Five Most Common Plumbing Problems

New Berlin, WI, December 29, 2015: Everyone has experienced plumbing problems; and throughout the lifetime of your home, those problems are bound to happen again. A local plumbing company, through...

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Randy Nelson appointed to the Business Planning Committee of The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel

MILWAUKEE, Wis (December 29, 2015) -- Weiss Berzowski LLP, is pleased to share that Randy S. Nelson was recently appointed to the Business Planning Committee of The American College of...

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Randy Nelson appointed to the Business Planning Committee of The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel

MILWAUKEE, Wis (December 29, 2015) -- Weiss Berzowski LLP, is pleased to share that Randy S. Nelson was recently appointed to the Business Planning Committee of The American College of...

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Volunteer Center community volunteering

Every week the Volunteer Center highlights 5 volunteer opportunities and has over 500 more ways to serve the community on volunteerozaukee.org. Start the New Year volunteering! This week! Greet – Columbia St. Mary’s...

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Are Free Trial Offers Really Free?

For centuries, consumers have believed when they were told something was “Free” that it really was. Not always true in today's world of commerce. "Negative Option Marketing” has changed...

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Bartelt Donates Over 700 Pounds of Food to Hunger Task Force

Bartelt. The Remodeling Resource, a premier, family-owned remodeling firm specializing in residential and commercial design and construction, hosted a food drive in December for Hunger Task Force and donated over...

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Wisconsin Kitchen Mart Offers Kitchen Trend Predictions for 2016

A kitchen remodel is a solid investment, and while homeowners want it to have staying power, they also want to be informed on what continues to trend and what is...

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Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C.'s Lydia Chartre Admitted to College of Community Association Lawyers

The law firm of Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C. (WHD) is pleased to announce that Lydia Chartre has been granted membership in the College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL), making her...

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St. Eugenes Parish Spreads Christmas Cheer to Milwaukee's Central City Families

Capuchin Friar Perry McDonald, pastoral director of Capuchin Community Services, spoke to the families of St. Eugene Parish, Fox Point, as they prepare to pack holiday food boxes to feed...

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St. Francis Borgia Parish Bring Christmas Joy to Milwaukee's Central City Kids

St. Francis Borgia Parish, Cedarburg,hosted Capuchin Community Services’ families for its annual ‘Breakfast with Baby Jesus’ Christmas pageant, breakfast, and toy distribution. Parishoners made the interactive program special for the...

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Stritch Assists Capuchin Community Services' Central City Children

Cardinal Stritch University faculty and staff held a toy drive to benefit Capuchin Community Services' children, a central city ministry that helps the poor and homeless. University President James Loftus...

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NEW BOOK OFFERS DIET OPTIONS INSTEAD OF ‘LITTLE BLUE PILL’

Local authors Chef Vickie Lyne & Richard Halta present a new genre of cookbook: the medicinal cookbook. “Erectile Dysfunction Cookbook” describes the causes Erectile Dysfunction & offers specific healthy &...

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Women, Wine & Whiskey - Women's Leadership Event Builds on Inspiration and Laughter - Next Stop, Mequon, WI

Women, Wine & Whiskey - Inspiration Through Smooth & Tough Times will be held January 20, 2016 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Zarletti's 1515 W Mequon Rd, Mequon,...

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Community Volunteer Opportunities

Give back and make a difference in your community. The Volunteer Center of Ozaukee County matches everyone to their perfect volunteer experience. We work with more than 70 community...

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Community Watch

» Whitefish Bay swimmers overcome disqualification, advance seven entries to state 2/17

» Shorewood swimmers aim for D2 state trophy 2/17

» Sports Shorts: Feb. 18, 2016 2/17

» Champion Shorewood girls basketball team beats Cudahy, 66-57 2/16

» Metro Market opens in Shorewood 2/16

» Two Homestead High School students named Presidential Scholars 2/16

» Three deadly crashes in Brown Deer this week 2/15

» Mequon officials continue to wrestle with Airbnb rules Updated:  2/15

» Shorewood plans additional TIF spending before 2017 deadline 2/15

» Woman killed by driver who ran a red light in Brown Deer 2/15

» Mock trial puts students in middle of police excessive force debate 2/13

» Whitefish Bay girls basketball team wins twice, gains momentum 2/12

» Brown Deer boys basketball team continues to roll and pass new tests 2/12

» North Shore athletes set their collegiate futures 2/12

» Victims in fatal Brown Deer crash identified Updated:  2/12

» Milwaukee man fatally injured in Brown Deer crash 2/11

» Wrong-way driver dies in hospital after three-car accident 2/11

» Update: 20-year-old woman released from hospital after car crash that killed 2 other women 2/11

» What residents in Southeast Wisconsin need to know to prevent the spread of Zika virus Updated:  2/11

» Shorewood girls basketball team closing in on third straight Woodland title 2/10

» Homestead's Millard to be inducted into WBCA Hall 2/10

» Whitefish Bay boys basketball team stays in NSC race with rally past Nicolet 2/10

» Shorewood boys swimming team uses depth to win fourth league title 2/10

» SPORTS SHORTS: Feb. 11 2/10

» Mequon council votes down subdivision proposal at Oldenburg Farm 2/10

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