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Al Calderone Club Now Open in Shorewood
Proprietor Carmelo Fazzari and his family have opened the doors to their new North Oakland Avenue gourmet pizza restaurant Al Calderone Club in Shorewood.
Fri May 17, 2013
Police Report: Vodka and Scrap Metal Stolen
About 30 gas line meter sets and other assorted scrap metal was stolen off the back of a truck parked in the Fox Point Pool parking lot.
Gwen Moore Appears on The Colbert Report
U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore is the latest politician to take a political risk and appear on The Colbert Report with comedian Stephen Colbert .
Fox Point, Bayside Residents Say 'Thank You' To Their Police Officers
With this week being Police Week , a number of Fox Point and Bayside community members have offered their heartfelt thanks to the men in blue this week.
Footbridge Removal to Cost $228,000
The removal of the Bridge Lane Ravine Footbrdige will cost $228,200, according to Fox Point Now .
Wed May 15, 2013
K4 class sizes named priority
Staffing for 4-year-old kindergarten could be increased in the Fox Point-Bayside School District as officials project a larger than initially anticipated incoming group of youngsters in the fall.
Tue May 14, 2013
Fox Point-Bayside plans to test alert system Sunday
The Fox Point-Bayside School District will be testing its Blackboard Connect mass notification system on Sunday evening, Jan.
Mon May 13, 2013
News & Notes: March 26
The Common Council on Monday authorized the issuance and sale of about $5.6 million general obligation promissory notes, about $2.7 million of which will be used to help cover the cost of capital improvements such as upgrades to streets and sidewalks, utilities and equipment.
Citizen Tackles Suspect during Police Foot Chase
Fox Point police fielded some unlikely help May 1 as they pursued a man on foot, suspected of stealing from Best Buy .
Fox Point-Bayside schools to begin search for new leader
With less than six months to go before the head of schools departs, district officials are about to embark on a rigorous candidate search with consultation from an outside firm.
Retirees reflect on changes in education
The end of the school year often means impending change, reaching milestones, reflecting on the past and looking to the future.
Sun May 12, 2013
Resigning Stormonth Principal Expected to Take Brookfield Elementary Job
Resigning Stormonth Elementary School Principal Dan Westfahl is expected to take the reins at Brookfield Elementary School next school year, according to BrookfieldNOW .
Katelyn M. Silver and Nick P. Howard, both of New York City, are planning a Nov.
News & Notes: May 8
The Fox Point and Thiensville police departments will join hundreds of other police departments throughout Wisconsin for the annual "Click it or Ticket" mobilization from May 20 to June 2. The program puts special emphasis on stopping motorists who are not buckled not just because it's the law, but because it saves lives.
Sat May 11, 2013
Fox Point-Bayside prepares for more budget cuts
When the subject of Fox Point-Bayside's 2013-14 budget came up a month ago, administrators in the district indicated belt-tightening would be a highly likely scenario.
New mom has sister to thank for first Mother's Day
That took a moment to sink in, similar to when her husband, Chad Knutson, would accept people's congratulations for Marie's pregnancy by deadpanning, "It's not mine." Marie was making good on an offer she tendered repeatedly to her sister, Angela Librizzi, who had been trying for years to get pregnant.
North Shore Fire Department set to pick chief
The commission that oversees the North Shore Fire Department, which serves Bayside, Brown Deer, Fox Point, Glendale, River Hills, Shorewood and Whitefish Bay, could choose a new fire chief at a meeting set for 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Things to Do
Writer Stephanie Arena and photographer Robert Drea will be discussing their show called "Wounded in America, " from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. today at the Northwestern Mutual Gallery on the Cardinal Stritch University campus, 6801 N. Yates Road.
News and Notes: Aug. 11
The Village Board on Tuesday gave the green light to Maple Dale School officials for an environmentally green project.