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Green Bay Press-Gazette
Rodemeier, Begotka join Lakeland
Julia Rodemeier will support the delivery of the general education curriculum in the college's Evening, Weekend and Online program, in addition to overseeing academic support services at the main campus.
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Sat Mar 08, 2014
has new community Web site
Elm Grove residents now have a new local Web site where they share news, opinions and photos with their neighbors, and get the latest local news and information about their community.
Green Bay Press-Gazette
Wildwood film shows unique relationship
There's a great deal of courage required to be an artist, especially when the art depicts intimate details of a personal relationship.
Times Cinema plans to add a kitchen and a simple menu
The Times Cinema , the Art Deco-era moviehouse in Washington Heights, hopes to begin serving panini, pizza and other foods by June.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
State, local officials prepare businesses for Zoo Interchange work
The Zoo Interchange includes construction of a pedestrian bridge between Children's Hospital of Wisconsin and the Ronald McDonald House.
Teen Mission Trip Fundraiser
This summer, First Congregational Church of Wauwatosa is sending a team of teens and adults to Appalachia, to work on repairing homes, for the fifth year in a row.
The Badger Herald Online
Common Core bill could be in trouble in Senate
A bill that would create a special state board to approve national educational standards received a public hearing in committee Thursday, where officials from the Department of Public Instruction and local school districts voiced their support for the current Common Core State Standards.
DNR employee charged with stealing cash, trail passes
A 42-year-old Wauwatosa woman has been charged with stealing over $12,500 and dozens of recreational passes from the Waukesha office of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Wauwatosa firefighters fight firings
Michel DeLisle took an oath to protect the people of Wauwatosa nearly 16 years ago.
Real Options Masters to Hold Half-Day Stock Options Workshop in the...
Real Options Mastersa , in conjunction with Investor's Business Daily, one of the world's leading financial news and research organizations, will be holding free half-day Mastering the Market financial workshops in the Milwaukee/Madison area on March 22nd and March 23rd.
Educators to protest bill aimed at Common Core ahead of Senate hearing
The Senate Education Committee will debate a bill introduced by Sen. Leah Vukmir and Sen. Paul Farrow that could allow legislators to undo the implementation of the Common Core State Standards in Wisconsin.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Make Visits Meaningful presentation March 11
Ever wonder how to make the most of visits with the older adults in your life? Get answers to these questions at a special presentation, Making Visits Meaningful, on March 11 at Luther Manor , 4545 N. 92nd St., Wauwatosa.
Pastors greet people with ashes for start of Lent
Pastors in Wauwatosa greeted people on the streets in the village to put ashes on the foreheads of anyone who wanted them.
City's private/public agency dies quietly
In keeping with Wauwatosa's recent movement to simplify government, the city's public/private development agency was dissolved last week and its few assets transferred to the Community Development Authority.
Green Bay Press-Gazette
School reform matters, and Common Core is an important part of that effort: Our View
And it is an important project. Parents have a right to know how their children's schools are doing; the state's economy -- today and especially for future growth -- needs an education system that works well; and taxpayers have a right to ask that schools are functioning efficiently in a way that benefits all.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Menomonee Parkway patching begins in Wauwatosa, but road still closed
Cold-patching of the closed portion of the Menomonee River Parkway began late last week, but barricades were still blocking passage to all but local traffic.
Republicans oust Bill Kramer from post after harassment allegations
Fellow Assembly Republicans voted Tuesday to strip Rep. Bill Kramer of his position as Assembly majority leader after allegations he sexually harassed one woman and inappropriately touched another during a fund-raising trip to Washington D.C., last week.
Celebrating? Some ideas for Fat Tuesday
Visitors at the center from 7 to 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Paczki Day, can buy a fruit-filled doughnut and a cup of coffee for $3.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Inside the early days of pro wrestling
The descendant of the "golden age" of professional wrestling has told his story in "Job Man: My 25 Years in Pro Wrestling," and will discuss his just-printed book during an author visit March 24 at the Wauwatosa Public Library.
Dismembering The County Grounds
Readers who have lived in Wauwatosa at least 10 years should be able to recall the beginning of the Battle of the County Grounds.