Model Cyber Activism in Shorewood: If every city in America had a citizen running a website like Geoff Davidian's in Shorewood, we would all be better off. -- Tony Palmeri
Five for the books
Brewer batters stung Cincinnati Reds pitchers with five home runs in 10 plate appearances in the fourth inning Saturday at Miller Park, This tied a MLB record accomplished only four times previous, the last time by the Minnesota Twins in the seventh inning on June 9,1966 against the Kansas City A's. The other three teams to hit five homers in one inning were the New York Giants (fourth inning, June 6, 1939), Philadelphia (fourth inning, June 2, 1949) and San Francisco (ninth inning, Aug. 23, 1961). Cincinnati was the team to give up the home run barrages in each of those three games. Bill Hall led off the inning with a home run followed by Damian Miller's two run HR with Rickie Weeks on base, then Brady Clark hit a two run HR with pitcher Dave Bush on board, J.J. Hardy with a solo HR, and finally two batters later Prince Fielder with a solo home run. Behind a four hit complete game shutout by Dave Bush the Brewers defeated the Reds 11-0 to return to the .500 mark.
Our long village nightmare of budget restraint, honesty and transparency is over
Village accounts payable vouchers for approval April 24
Federal judge's hubby questioned
SHOREWOOD, Wis. (April 18, 2006) -- A police detective investigating a complaint of village campaign atrocities interrogated Trustee-elect Jeffrey W. Hanewall, a 41-year-old Caucasian male and the husband of Federal Bankruptcy Judge Pamela Pepper, after a handwritten sign reading "Bush Supports Hanewall" was illegally replaced by one paid for by Hanewall's campaign.
Hanewall, a six-foot two-inch, 160-pound brown-eyed and brown-haired former woodworker residing at 2414 E. Jarvis St., was questioned April 7 at about 8:30 a.m. at the Shorewood Police Department, according to a police report by Detective Sergeant Kevin Carini, which was obtained by ShorewoodVillage.com. "Hanewall was asked if he had anything to do with the removal and or destruction of the handwritten political campaign sign," according to police records. "Hanewall said he did not," the report continues. "Hanewall said he had nothing to do with what was being investigated.
A report by Police Officer Gary Lenda discloses police dusted evidence collected at the crime scene for fingerprints.
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