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Recapping Some Greendale News From the Past Week

Missed some Greendale news last week? Let us make it easy for you. Read about the AVA Walk, crime alerts, savings from Act 10, school board news, and see some photos from the TADA Festival and the children's resale.


Ava Walk on Sunday had swarms of people participate in awareness of pedestrian safety. The day included speeches from Ava's family members and the Greenfield Fire Chief.


Suspect was driving through the area Saturday with a half empty can of Mickey's hidden under his seat. If convicted, he faces up to 6 ½ years in prison and $12,500 in fines.


Registrations are accepted Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m for Canterbury, Highland View and College Park.


State Rep. Jeff Stone, R-Greendale, praises changes in state law after Gov. Scott Walker announces the savings from collective bargaining limits for the public sector. He says Greendale has saved over $900,000.


Week #67: The Greendele Jaycees started with a bang and kept going for years serving the community. Bob Starr was one of those Jaycees, but also started a successful business because of his love of Greendale.


The School Board presented a certificate of commendation to a group of students who have organized the Youth Benefit Concert for the past three years. The concerts have raised over $3,000 in the past three years.


There were a couple of domestic violence arrests, some teens got busted with marijuana, and threats made towards Southridge Mall security.


Greendale residents can now sign up for email, text and fax alerts about crimes that in the community that may affect that for a fee of $12 a year.


The program will feature a wide variety of music including Olympic themes, marches, show tunes, transcriptions and traditional Notre Dame favorites.


Even though housing has been eliminated from the concept planning will continue on with between officials, shop owners and residents


Joe Crapitto is now the School Board President. There is also an open school board position.


A thank you note from Renee and Alyssa Brunelli.

Paul Ryan Listening Session in Greendale
Rep. Paul Ryan, who represents Wisconsin’s 1st District, will be at Greendale High School on May 4.


Time 4 Learning Charter School classes and Early Childhood Programs will move to Highland View School and the district office will move to Greendale High School.


The Greendale High School seniors were recognized for their work in the classrooms, on the fields and performing stages.


Michael Farrell, 50 is given three 20 year concurrent sentences Friday for sexually assaulting a young girl while babysitting her between 2008 and 2010.


The MARC team has been working non-stop updating the former Custom Design Associates building, 5217 S. 51st Street, in preparation of Saturday’s much-anticipated opening.


Students, parents, teachers and community members combined art and culture Friday during the TADA Festival at Greendale High School.


The Greendale Entertainment Association held its annual children's resale with over 225 sellers. The association usually raises over $35,000 through this sale.


The Stars and Stripes Honor Flight had a late landing Saturday night, but that didn't deter the hundreds of people who showed up to thank the veterans during a special homecoming parade.

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