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Waukesha, Wisconsin is located in Waukesha County. Zip codes in Waukesha, WI include 53186, 53188, and 53187. The median home price in Waukesha is $184,900 which is roughly $120/per square foot. More Waukesha information.

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11 hrs ago | Times Herald

Dog show at Goodells County ParkDog show at Goodells County...

Charm, a boxer, sits down next to her owner, Jeff Schultz, of Milford, Sun, Sept 14, during the St. Clair Kennel Club dog show at Goodells County Park. Dog show at Goodells County Park Charm, a boxer, sits down next to her owner, Jeff Schultz, of Milford, Sun, Sept 14, during the St. Clair Kennel Club dog show at Goodells County Park.

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16 hrs ago | Whitefish Bay

HAWS Uses SPARK Grant to Launch New Program

The Humane Animal Welfare Society in Waukesha is using a $5,000 SPARK grant from Diversified Insurance Solutions to fund a new program targeted to 200 area youth who have been ordered by the court to complete community service. As of January 2014, HAWS will implement The Citizen Project to teach teen offenders responsibility and concern for others.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

Winter's onset keeps companies busy

While nobody who lived here over the past year needs to be reminded how harsh a Wisconsin winter can be, the chill in the air last week ought to serve as a nudge to start getting ready for the next one. Last winter - the 10th-coldest on record in Milwaukee - exposed neglect or wishful thinking by homeowners on everything from old heating systems to evergreens that, it turned out, actually don't stay forever green when the right combination of nasty weather converges.

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David Smart steps down as general manager of The Clarke Hotel in downtown Waukesha

The Clarke Hotel in downtown Waukesha appears to have regained some stability with new ownership and its bar and restaurant recently reopening. But Harp & Eagle Ltd., the company that owns the hotel, will now have to find a new general manager for The Clarke Hotel.

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Business Journal

Mielke honored at Waukesha County Business Alliance event: Slideshow

Prominent Waukesha business executive Bill Mielke received the Don Richards Leadership Award Friday as part of the Waukesha County Business Alliance's annual meeting. Check out a slideshow of the prominent business executives who attended the big event.

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Brookfield

Learn about Common Core Sept. 20 in Waukesha

The Republican Women of Waukesha County will host a free presentation on Common Core, "Escaping the Federal Grasp on our Children and Educational System," on Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014 from 10 a.m. to noon.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Brookfield

FREE Landscape Plastics Recycling Event

Waukesha, WI Johnson's Nursery, Inc. headquartered at W180 N6275 Marcy Road, in Menomonee Falls, will be holding their first plastic plant containers recycling collection event on Saturday, October 19 from 8 a.m. until noon. Residents and businesses may bring used plastic growing pots, plant trays, and plant containers free of charge for recycling.

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Milwaukee Courier Online

Position Open: Waukesha County 911 Telecommunicator

Applications are now being accepted for the position of 911 Telecommunicator at the Waukesha County Consolidated Public Safety Communications Center in Waukesha, WI. Telecommunicators provide county-wide emergency communications for Police, Fire, and EMS.

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WISN-TV

86-year-old to run Briggs & Al's run tomorrow

An 86-year-old Waukesha man is proving everyone should get up and run for Children's Hospital this weekend. GENERAL, EVEN THOUGH BLACKS MAKE UP 1/5 OF THE ENLISTED RANKS.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

New faces, new places in Wisconsin business

Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper. You can view today's paper or previous issues.

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Medical Daily

'Slender Man Stabbing' Pre-Teen Deemed Mentally Unfit For Trial:...

Children express their anger impulsively and, well, childishly all of the time. Screaming "I'm gonna kill you" to your brother who just ate the last cookie or a close friend who just beat you in your favorite video game is considered normal despite the phrase's literal meaning.

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Sussex Sun

Oconomowoc Drop-off Site No Longer Accepting Electronics

Waukesha, WI Effective immediately, the City of Oconomowoc Department of Public Works municipal drop-off site located at 630 South Worthington Street, will no longer accept electronics for recycling. This site was open to all City residents although many broken and de-manufactured electronics were dropped off which are both dangerous to the workers and costly to properly manage.

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Sussex Sun

Household and Agricultural Hazardous Waste Special Collection: Saturday, September 13 - " Oconomowoc

Waukesha, WI The City of Oconomowoc will hold its special one-day collection of household and agricultural hazardous waste on Saturday, September 13, 2014. The collection will take place at the Oconomowoc Public Works building located at 630 South Worthington Street from 8 a.m. until noon and is open to residents of Waukesha County.

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New York Daily News

Second girl in 'Slender Man' stabbing not fit for trial: attorney

A psychologist said that a Wisconsin 12-year-old accused of nearly killing a classmate has mental problems that make her unfit to stand trial. Her attorney is pushing for her case to be moved from the adult to juvenile system, which would result in a lighter sentence.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

Business Journal

Area hospital profits improved in 2013; St. Luke's, Froedtert post double-digit gains

Seventeen of 23 medical-surgical hospitals in southeast Wisconsin posted improved earnings in 2013 with the largest net incomes posted by Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center at $140.5 million, Froedtert Hospital at $105.4 million and Waukesha Memorial Hospital at $96.2 million. The Wisconsin Hospital Association attributed the improved earnings to hospitals and health systems' efforts to control operating costs, increase efficiency and improve processes.

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Business Journal

First Advantage taps Duffey as CFO

Previously, Duffey spent 10 years as CFO at Chicago-based market information firm Symphony IRI, where he helped navigate its equity sale in 2011. Duffey has also held executive finance positions at public and private banking companies and manufacturing and professional service companies, including Farmington Hills, Mich.-based Covansys Corp., Waukesha, Wis.-based APW Ltd. and Cleveland-based M.A. Hanna Co.

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WNFL-AM Green Bay

Mental competency hearing for Slender Man stabbing...

WAUKESHA, WI - Both girls charged in the Slender Man stabbings could end up being found mentally incompetent to stand trial. Now, the attorney for the other defendant -- 12-year-old Anissa Weier -- has asked Circuit Judge Michael Bohren to rule that his client is not mentally able to help with her defense.

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Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

Woman hospitalized after Waukesha Skateland brawl will survive Woman hospitalized after Waukesha Ska

Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper. You can view today's paper or previous issues.

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WISN-TV

Rain spreading across southern Wisconsin

IT IS 5:59 ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. I AM PATRICK PAOLANTONIO. I AM MARIANNE LYLES.

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