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Breaking Bread Community Thanksgiving Feast Returns this Thursday Alderman Russell W. Stamper, II is inviting area residents to attend the 4th annual Breaking Bread Community Thanksgiving Feast this holiday season. This event is entirely free and open to the public, and will take place from noon–3 p.m. at the empty lot located at N. 35th […]

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Milwaukee’s Adoption Day Celebration takes place Friday, Nov. 18 More than 40 kids expected to find forever families in one of the largest ceremonies ever MILWAUKEE, Wis., Nov. 15 — Milwaukee’s Adoption Day is a celebration of love and family. For the last the last two years, this day was celebrated virtually. But this year, […]

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Milwaukee Makers Market Comes to the Beer Garden in Deer District this December. MILWAUKEE – The Milwaukee Makers Market brings its first-ever three-day event collaboration to The Beer Garden in Deer District. Shop the Market on Friday, Dec. 9, Saturday, Dec. 10 and Sunday, Dec. 11 in celebration of the holiday season. Twenty Makers are […]

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Wisconsin DMV Extends Hours Ahead of Election Steps to obtain an ID to vote explained The Wisconsin Department of Transportation Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) will extend hours next week at customer service centers that are open on Monday (November 7) and/or Tuesday (November 8). These centers will remain open until 6 p.m. The extended […]

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Holiday Folk Fair International Advance Tickets Available MILWAUKEE, WI — Advance tickets for the 79th annual Holiday Folk Fair International, America’s premiere multi-cultural festival, are now on sale. The event will be held Fri., Nov. 18 – Sun., Nov. 20, 2022, at the State Fair Park Exposition Center. Advance tickets can be purchased for $12 […]

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By Steed Born and raised in Milwaukee R&B musician Romell performing hit single “Glory” which will be the theme song for the 2022-23 season for the Milwaukee Bucks road to another title. Romell known for his smash hit single “Wanna Try” featuring Jacob Latimore of the Emmy award winning drama series on Showtime the “Chi”. Romell is releasing his Album/CD later this fall titled “Glory” and the inspiration is coming from a place of growth in the music industry and from family support. “Glory” is everything we dream of receiving while on earth, seeing your hard work and dedication pay off is everything we reach for and it’s what we strive for “Glory” stated Romell. The official DJ of the Milwaukee Bucks DJ Shawna heard the pre-release single “Glory” and played the song at one of the home games and the crowd responded with extreme enthusiasm and asked for it to be played again. “Family is everything to me, they keep me together, they keep me focused and they keep me humble and motivated. It is really important to have people around you who really know you and can love you unconditionally” stated Romell. Romell is a graduate of Vincent High School, in Milwaukee. He will perform his hit single “Glory” at the opening home game for the Milwaukee Bucks Saturday October 22nd 2022 at 7pm, tickets are still available. Media pundits believe the Bucks have a great opportunity to win another championship this season.

By Steed Born and raised in Milwaukee R&B musician Romell performing hit single “Glory” which will be the theme song for the 2022-23 season for the Milwaukee Bucks road to another title.  Romell known for his smash hit single “Wanna Try” featuring Jacob Latimore of the Emmy award winning drama series on Showtime the “Chi”. […]

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BBB Tip: Shop safe and shop smart this holiday season Milwaukee, – The 2022 holiday shopping season promises to be an unpredictable one.  High inflation rates and increased prices of consumer goods are already throwing a wrench into holiday shopping. Electronics, toys, and other products will be (or already are) in short supply, and retailers […]

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Red Cross Responds to Hurricane Ian Devastation; More than 30 local Wisconsin disaster volunteers are deployed to Florida    MILWAUKEE, Wis. — Hundreds of trained American Red Cross disaster workers are helping 24-7 across several states to support people facing the massive destruction left behind by Hurricane Ian.    “People’s lives were turned upside down […]

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WEC Launches Election Education Video Series MADISON, Wis. – The Wisconsin Elections Commission is proud to announce the launch of an election education video series, “Elections 101,” that will help inform high school students and the public about how voting works in Wisconsin. The launch of the WEC video series is a direct response to […]

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Wisconsin receives federal approval for state’s Electric Vehicle Plan The Federal Highway Administration has approved Wisconsin’s plan to expand its electric vehicle charging stations under the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) initiative. The approval means that the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) can now receive federal funding to implement the Wisconsin Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Plan. […]

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Milwaukee to Host Information Session on City Employment Opportunities Job Seekers to Meet with Department Representatives, Can Apply on Site The City of Milwaukee Department of Employee Relations is partnering with Employ Milwaukee to host an Information Session on City Employment Opportunities on Thursday, September 29, 2022 from 3-6 p.m. at Employ Milwaukee Headquarters, located […]

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Essay, Poetry and Story Contests for Young Authors Waukesha,  – The Southeast Wisconsin Festival of Books is once again hosting two writing contests for middle school and high school authors—The Century Fence Essay and Poetry Contest and the Duane Stein Short Story Contest. These popular contests have been a feature of the Festival for several […]

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BBB Tip: Back to School Internet Safety Tips Milwaukee, Wis. – As your children head back to school this year, buying new supplies and clothes is not enough. You also should be thinking about how to help them stay safe online and avoid being easy targets for online scammers. Parents: Be careful Creating accounts on […]

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Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Enforcement Campaign Begins Law Enforcement to Focus on Impaired Driving Through Labor Day Stepped-up patrols begin this week to prevent tragedies caused by impaired driving on our roads. Officers from Wisconsin State Patrol and law enforcement agencies across the state will work together to stop impaired drivers throughout the […]

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Molina Healthcare Offering $50 and $100 Gift Cards Milwaukee, Wis., — Molina Healthcare of Wisconsin, in collaboration with the Milwaukee Health Department, will hold a COVID-19 vaccine clinic at the Milwaukee Community Resource Fair to address low vaccine participation rates in the central city. Molina will offer $100 Visa gift cards for those receiving their […]

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Wisconsin DMV extends hours ahead of primary Steps to obtain an ID to vote explained The Wisconsin Department of Transportation Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) will extend hours next week at customer service centers that are open on Monday (August 8) and/or Tuesday (August 9). These centers will remain open until 6 p.m. The extended […]

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Wisconsin’s Fall Primary Election Have an ID to Vote Wisconsin Department of Transportation Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) reminds voters to check and be sure that they have the proper identification needed to vote in next month’s state primary election (August 9). Wisconsin driver licenses or IDs are the most common form of identification used […]

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MPS Foundation to Host “Celebration of Scholars” MILWAUKEE, — After another challenging year, the MPS Foundation will celebrate 38 remarkable students and award them more than $250,000 in total scholarships, eclipsing the Foundation’s previous high. The awardees mirror the robust diversity of Milwaukee, with 93% being students of color and 31 of the 38 will […]

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Wisconsin State Patrol to Partner with Wisconsin Motor Carriers Wisconsin State Patrol officers will keep an eye on motorists from a new vantage point this week, as they team up with semi-truck drivers to keep Wisconsin highways safe. Officers across the state will join truck drivers in their cabs during the Trooper in a Truck […]

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DOJ Announces $65,000 Settlement with Emerald Sky Dairy to Resolve Violations of Wisconsin’s Wastewater Laws MADISON, Wis. – The Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) today announced a settlement with Emerald Sky Dairy, LLC (Emerald Sky Dairy) requiring it to pay $65,000 to resolve violations in November 2019 related to a manure discharge into a creek […]

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