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Business Of The Year!

Ozaukee Economic Development is proud to announce its 2015 Business of the Year recipients! This year, OED awarded three businesses, one in the small business category, one in the mid-size category...

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Milwaukee/NARI Announces 2015 “Best of Tour” Award Winner

Milwaukee/NARI (National Association of the Remodeling Industry), the area’s leading home improvement and remodeling industry resource, announced that Angela Westmore, LLC of Milwaukee was the recipient of the “Best of...

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Comprehensive Eye Exams Can Help Re-engage Patients Into Care for Certain Chronic Conditions, With the Potential to Help Improve Health and Reduce Costs

Comprehensive eye exams can help re-engage patients into care for certain chronic conditions, with eye care professionals encouraging people to seek follow-up treatments from primary care physicians and specialists, according...

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Wisconsin Kitchen Mart Suggests Solutions for Your Pets in the Kitchen

When considering a kitchen remodeling project, one often overlooked aspect of the remodel is how to accommodate pets that reside in the home. With that in mind, the designers...

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International Institute of Wisconsin to Host Annual World Citizen Celebration Dinner

The International Institute of Wisconsin (IIW), an organization dedicated to the promotion of international cooperation, understanding, and a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural perspective, will host its annual World Citizen Celebration dinner on...

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Appliance Gallery Announces New Product Availability

Appliance Gallery, Wisconsin's premiere appliance store, announces the availability of several new products at its Milwaukee showroom, 4550 W. Wisconsin Ave. From Wolf Appliance, Inc., a new line of luxury countertop...

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Do You Have a Silent Leak? Southeast Wisconsin Plumber Suggests Auditing Water Bill

Milwaukee, WI, March 24, 2015 - We all do it four times a year; open our water bill and brace ourselves. It seems impossible to have an ever growing...

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Expert Plumbers Advise Homeowners to Monitor Sump Pump during Weather Warm Up

While the Milwaukee area is springing ahead into warmer weather next week, the experts at Flat Rate Home Services want you to keep a close eye on your sump pump....

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Inspired by Love of Their Country, Local Contractor Gifts Veteran Family New Furnace to Help Them through Harsh Winter

Milwaukee, February 23, 2015- In celebration of their 25th Anniversary, Flat Rate Home Service’s felt eager to give back to the community that has embraced them as a leader in...

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Flat Rate Home Services Urges Consumers To Be Aware Of Space Heater Dangers

: Space heaters can be a convenient, less expensive way to warm up a chilly room. However, Flat Rate Home Services believes the dangers may outweigh that convenience....

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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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Community Watch

» Whitefish Bay memorializes woman killed in crosswalk 7/28

» Shorewood trustee wages unsuccessful campaign for later trick-or-treat times 7/28

» Glendale evaluates city hall improvements 7/28

» 'Milwaukee lion' spotted in Glendale Updated:  7/28

» North Shore communities react to state ban on municipal home inspections at time of sale 7/27

» Brown Deer closes on sale of former American TV and Appliance building 7/27

» Woman robbed at gunpoint at Brown Deer bank 7/27

» Bizarre play leads to Homestead "9" sectional loss to Falls 7/22

» North Shore area baseball teams drop tough regional contests 7/22

» Whitefish Bay baseball team comes up just short of Falls in regional thriller 7/22

» Brown Deer municipal buildings need improvements 7/22

» The Suburban 16 Power Rankings: Watt, Niebrugge, and others on the next level 7/22

» Mequon seeks to develop 13 acres in town center district 7/22

» Niebrugge makes Homestead High proud again with finish at British Open 7/22

» Thiensville apartment developer agrees to consider smaller condominium development 7/22

» Whitefish Bay man allegedly charged officer with knives, screamed 'kill me' in officer-involved shooting 7/21

» Initial Reaction Podcast: A dumb-sports-fan's guide to the Bucks arena financing situation 7/21

» JCC Maccabi Games will bring 1,000 teen athletes to the North Shore 7/21

» Glendale man turns craft beer into specialty malt vinegars 7/20

» Mequon's Jordan Niebrugge finishes 6th, low amateur at British Open 7/20

» Homestead catches fire en route to baseball sectional 7/17

» Gile rescues Falls again in 4-3 regional win over Whitefish Bay 7/17

» Greenfield's Bella Matthias headlines the 2015 All-Suburban Softball Team 7/16

» Mequon's Jordan Niebrugge sets St. Andrews amateur record with 67 at British Open Updated:  7/16

» Feds say suburban Milwaukee man created online 'bazaar for hackers' Updated:  7/15

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