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Schools, Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files
With some improvements made, suddenly the scars and wrinkles on old equipment stand out more. Parents want others who use their playground – or used to – to step and help them make it spiffy again.
Elaborate production, which opens Friday night, features cast members actually flying through the air.
Schools, The Neighborhood Files
Superintendent Phil Ertl heard from parents that most were opposed to earlier school hours, especially for high schoolers. He has revised his proposal, keeping high school at 8 a.m. and starting lower grades 10 and 20 minutes later.
With $15,000 in scholarship offers already in hand, student chefs will compete against 41 teams for national honors.
Police & Fire, Graduation, Awareness
At one point, more than at 5,000 residents and businesses in Wauwatosa were without power Monday morning. Electricity was restored to the last 600 users just after noon; however, continuing high winds made more outages possible.
Schools, Volunteers in the News
Sarah Lerand recognized for efforts to improve safety conditions around school hemmed in by busy thoroughfares.
Grief counseling will be available Monday despite spring break in classes and again when school resumes.
Congestion from both school and commuter traffic, especially around three schools concentrated on West Center Street, prompts proposal for advancing school bells.
'Pixies and Pirates' fundraiser party a week in advance of opening will give young children a taste of the stage magic to come.
National Institutes of Health grant to Medical College will underwrite study of lipids – naturally occurring compounds that could protect millions from leading cause of death.
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