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Thanks to the convenience of the Milwaukee VA's telecardiology program, Jerry Roberts travels about 30 miles from his home in northern Wisconsin instead of making a 300-mile trip for his cardiac appointment.
The iconic building known as Old Main on the historic Milwaukee VA campus moved a step closer toward once again fulfilling its original mission - it's being converted to housing for homeless Veterans and their families.
Almost 75 years after making the ultimate sacrifice for his country, Army Pfc. Vincent J. Ferrara was laid to rest. Ferrara, whose remains were identified through DNA, was buried at Wood National Cemetery.
During a season that included key injuries, roster changes, inconsistency and a final surge into the playoff chase, nobody witnessed more ups and downs at Miller Park than elevator operator Tom Pfannerstill.
With memories of Sept. 11 in their thoughts, volunteers gathered at Wood National Cemetery to pay respects to fallen heroes by beautifying the grounds, and cleaning headstones and markers dating back to the Civil War.
A steady stream of visitors took advantage of a gorgeous autumn day to participate in the second annual Milwaukee VA Beats & Eats festival, which included live music, a 5k race, car show, farmers market and more.