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Police & Fire, Back to School, Breast Cancer Awareness
Police are imploring residents to lock their homes after two new burglaries brought the count to 14 in just over a month — most of which were at unlocked houses.
Due to it being hosted out of Hartford, CT, the Shorewood School District's website might experiences technical issues or outages as Hurricane Sandy makes landfall on the east coast.
Government, Schools, Arts, The Neighborhood Files
A look at this week's local events and news.
The board member told his colleagues Saturday morning he would be stepping down effective immediately, but declined to comment on why.
The Shorewood School Board reduced the amount it will borrow and scaled back projects it will contract out for under an energy savings plan.
The School Board gave the OK on a hiring process and job description for the newly created position of director of development and marketing, which would focus on fundraising and boosting resident enrollment.
Schools, The Neighborhood Files
Principal Tim Kenney has organized a donation drive for a family who lost almost all their belongings when their Milwaukee home went up in flames over the weekend.
All Shorewood schools are exceeding expectations under a new state scoring and rating system rolled out on Monday.
Government, Schools, The Neighborhood Files, Halloween
High school track teams come out on top to move on to the state tournament.
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