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Special Exhibits And Displays Showcased at Holiday Folk Fair International

A variety of special exhibits and displays will be highlighted throughout the grounds at the 71st annual Holiday Folk Fair International, America’s premiere multi-cultural festival, to be held Fri., Nov....

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Explore The Art in Horticulture at Holiday Folk Fair International

Artistry in horticulture will be exhibited at the 71st annual Holiday Folk Fair International, America’s premiere multi-cultural festival, to be held Fri., Nov. 21 – Sun., Nov. 23, 2014, at...

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"Thanks A Million!" Shines Appreciative Spotlight on Whitefish Bay

Former Whitefish Bay resident Lisa Q. (Quiery) Steinberg has found a lot to be grateful for, not too far from her old neighborhood, and expresses it in a series of...

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Volunteer Celebrates 35 Years Participating In Holiday Folk Fair

As Holiday Folk Fair International prepares for its 71st annual edition, one volunteer reflects on more than three decades of involvement with Milwaukee’s celebration of cultural heritage. This year...

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Fall Home & Remodeling Show to Feature PBS Chef and Home Improvement Experts

A public television chef and local home improvement and remodeling experts will share their ideas, insight, and recipes at the 24th Annual Milwaukee/NARI Fall Home & Remodeling Show, Fri., Sept....

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Agape Integrative Medical Center Home Visit Program

Agape Integrative Medical Center Home Visit Program When You Need Care at Home, We’ll Be There Many people who need medical care are unable to get it because they cannot leave home....

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Milwaukee/NARI Offers Tips on Cooling Your Home

After this long, cold winter, there probably aren’t many people complaining about hot weather. But as the saying goes, it’s not the heat, it’s the humidity. That is...

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Shorewood Criterium Classic Expands with Cycling Events for the Whole Family

This year’s race route changing due to road construction. On Thursday, June 19, the Shorewood Cycling Criterium Classic kicks off the Tour of America’s Dairyland (ToAD), the largest competitive cycling event...

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Milwaukee Author Barbara Manger Releases e-Book of Her Soft-Cover Book, Riding Through Grief

After receiving numerous notes of appreciation for her printed Riding Through Grief soft-cover book released last October, Author Barbara Manger announced that an e-book version of it is now available...

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Better Business Bureau Names “BBB Top Ten Scams of 2013”

Every year, Better Business Bureau receives thousands of calls and emails from consumers who have been scammed… or from the lucky ones who have dodged scams by being wary. Some...

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St. Mary's Hospital - Up Selling it costs all of us.

On March 15th, 2013 I walked into St. Mary's Hospital with a dislocated right shoulder. After three shots of morphine for the pain I was given a series of what...

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Milwaukee/NARI Suggests How Changes to Your Home Can Help Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

Changes to your home can help you keep your New Year’s resolutions, according to members of the Milwaukee/NARI Home Improvement Council, Inc., the area’s leading home improvement and remodeling industry...

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Holiday Folk Fair International Offers Ticket Discounts Supports Salvation Army

The 70th annual Holiday Folk Fair International, America’s premiere multi-cultural festival that will be held Fri., Nov. 22 – Sun., Nov. 24, 2013, at the Wisconsin Exposition Center at State...

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Home Safety Tips

Captain John Maydak of the North Shore Fire Department will present a power point program on home safety to the Glendale Senior Citizens' Club at 1:30 p.m., Wednesday, November 13....

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Milwaukee/NARI Offers Ways to Treat and Control Basement Moisture

Basement moisture can often cause havoc for homeowners, as it often happens with little warning before it’s a serious problem. Moisture can cause rust, paint damage, and mold, which...

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WI SCHOOL NURSES URGE PARENTS TO SCHEDULE BACK-TO-SCHOOL VACCINATIONS EARLY AS PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENTS CAN NO LONGER VACCINATE PRIVATELY INSURED STUDENTS

MILWAUKEE – The Wisconsin Association of School Nurses (WASN), representing more than 250 members statewide, urge parents to plan ahead and have their children vaccinated early before sending them back...

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Outdoor Entertaining Tips for a Pest Free Summer

After a long, cold winter and a rainy spring, Wisconsin residents are ready to get outdoors and finally enjoy some nice weather. Nothing says summer in Wisconsin like backyard cookouts,...

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BBB of Wisconsin: Travel Insurance High in Inquiries

Before you finalize your vacation plans, be sure you have given careful thought to whether you need to purchase travel insurance. There are circumstances that could cause you to cancel...

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Local Remodeler Earns New Universal Design Certification

Mark A. Brick, CR, CGR, CAPS, President of B&E General Contractors, Inc. of Glendale, has been awarded the Universal Design Certified Professional designation from National NARI. Additionally, Mark is...

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Spring has Sprung! Tips for Pest Prevention (Indoors & Out) During Spring Cleaning

There are few rites of spring more satisfying than the annual clean. As families throughout Wisconsin begin deep cleaning their homes and opening up their summer cabins during the next...

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Community Watch

» Westbound I-94 near Miller Park to close for 31 hours beginning Friday night 12/18

» Carran rejects Lisbon job offer; Brown Deer's Janecke accepts 12/18

» Crews clear 2 crashes that closed northbound I-43 Updated:  12/18

» Homestead boys shutout Nicolet in third quarter in 65-30 rout 12/17

» Wolf comes home as Homestead girls hoops team beat Nicolet, 51-41 12/16

» Flu hits hard at Glendale-River Hills School District 12/16

» Man sentenced to prison in optical store fatal shooting Updated:  12/16

» Mequon-Thiensville residents will vote on $18.2 million referendum proposal 12/16

» I-43 reconstruction project approved by feds 12/15

» Shorewood apartments project seeks $5.5 million in village financing Updated:  12/15

» Eisenhower girls beat Shorewood, 50-32 12/12

» River Hills woman killed in driveway accident Updated:  12/12

» Cable firm opening Glendale headquarters 12/5

» Sushi restaurants to open on North Shore: Ginza in Bayside-Fox Point, Kawa in Glendale 12/4

» Mequon lawyer indicted on 33 counts related to fraud, money laundering Updated:  12/3

» Glendale dad gets 41 years for shooting sons during driveway argument Updated:  12/2

» Whitefish Bay appoints village manager 12/2

» Shorewood police chief to retire after 33 years 12/1

» Brown Deer boys hoops team falls to inspired King, 68-52, in opener 11/28

» Wisconsin native killed in robbery attempt on California hiking trail 11/28

» Nicolet tennis court project receives rezoning approval from River Hills 11/21

» The Cheel offers a taste of Nepal in Thiensville 11/21

» Paper will be delayed by holiday 11/19

» Candidates for Lisbon post named 11/18

» Mequon teen ODs on alcohol after chugging gin with Cedarburg girls 11/18

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