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Weekly Review: Grandparent Scam; Elections Cause Increased Staffing; New Southridge Stores

Read about the grandfather being scammed by a fake grandson, teen holds knife to throat, trick-or-treat hours and more.

 


Week#49: The Department of Public Works keeps Greendale ‘Still Sparkling After All These Years’. Anthony ‘Bud’ Konsitzke served the longest in this extraordinary Village Department.


He was a resident of Greendale, member of the American Legion, participated in Twi-Nite baseball and played dart ball for St. Alphonsus. As an engineer he was involved in the Apollo moon and Titan missile programs.


Mass will be held Friday, Sept. 7 at St. John the Evangelist Parish at 11 a.m. Visitation at church is Friday from 9 a.m. until time of service.


Among the calls Greendale Police helped with were the parent-child conflict, drunken driving and domestic violence.


Dye water testing is scheduled somewhere between Sept. 17 and Oct. 31 during the weekdays.


Greendale trick-or-treat hours have been set for 4 to 7 p.m. Oct. 28, following the annual Halloween parade.


The man was taken in by a scammer falsely claiming to be a grandchild who needs money wired to get out of a jam.


West Nile Virus cases increasing in Milwaukee and Waukesha counties.


The Greendale Clerk-Treasurer office has been overwhelmed with the amount of work past few years and the changes in election laws has only made it worse.


The proclamation is in the honor of the hard work and services that St. Alphonsus' local conference has done for Greendale and the surrounding community.


Tilly's and Teavana will join the tenant mix at Southridge Mall. These stores are joining other newly open and renovated stores in the mall since the beginning of the $52 million renovation.


Recently adopted updates to the Student Wellness Policy and the implementation of the 2012 Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act bring healthier food offerings to the district.


Want to own a house in Greendale? House Hunt can help you minimize the pain of shopping for a house.


Greendale Football Varsity defeated Pius Popes with a score of 45-6.


The festival featured over a hundred vendors selling original artwork, such as holiday decor, soaps, knitting, jewelry and much more.


The dedication ceremony featured local resident Dave Bruno portray Norman Rockwell in a light-hearted way. Watch a video of the ceremony.

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