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Lots of offense and stingy defense. That was the tale of Messwood's victory Friday night, as they routed University School 42-7 in their Midwest Classic conference opener.
Here's a look at the top stories for the month of the August in Fox Point and Bayside.
Police & Fire
The ex-husband of the Fox Point woman told police he's suffering from bi-polar disorder and that he needs help after 20 items were eventually discovered missing.
The Wisconsin Delegation is getting ready to go to the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte North Carolina. We'll be posting from Charlotte. Stay tuned.
Waukesha North graduates cap off current fundraising effort of Ordinary Heroes by presenting donations to Sikh Temple.
We are inundated with research studies that are intended to make sense of the complex world we live in. But how do you know if the research you read about is valid?
Spot on or embarrassing? Perfect or putrid? You tell us!
The Neighborhood Files, Summer
Wisconsinites will be able to check out a big, blue moon tonight. While it won't actually take on a blue hue, tonights full moon marks the second one in August. The next blue moon won't take place until 2015.
Some other prominent companies, organizations and individuals have donated significant amounts of money to organizations against gay marriage.
Back to School
Five things principals, educators, PTA members, and parents in Fox Point and Bayside should know.
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