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MELINDA MYERS TO LEAD “GARDENS OF THE FUTURE” EVENT AT BOERNER BOTANICAL GARDENS ON JULY 25 AND ADDRESS DROUGHT CONCERNS

MELINDA MYERS TO LEAD “GARDENS OF THE FUTURE” EVENT AT BOERNER BOTANICAL GARDENS ON JULY 25 AND ADDRESS DROUGHT CONCERNS Attendees to see one of the few All American Selection Gardens...

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Milwaukee metro Aurora hospitals rank nationally

U.S. News & World Report has recognized three Milwaukee metro area Aurora Health Care sites in its 2012-13 Best Hospitals rankings, available online at www.usnews.com/besthospitals. In its 23rd year, the annual...

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The Equitable Bank to Host Free Homebuyers Workshops

The Equitable Bank is planning two free workshops to help those looking to buy a new home. The sessions are scheduled for June 21 at 6 p.m. and June 23...

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New Balance Unveils Earth Friendly Shoes in Time for Earth Day

BROOKFIELD, Wis – New Balance recently unveiled a new line of earth-friendly shoes called New Sky which are now available at the New Balance stores in Greenfield and Brookfield. According to...

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Free Family Fun Night to Address Too Much TV For Kids

Wauwatosa– Did you know that it has been estimated that the average child spends the equivalent of one day per week (24 hours) watching television? And while there is a...

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Milwaukee/NARI Members Suggest Tips to Brighten the Lower Level

How can homeowners turn a dreary basement into an inviting living area? Basements and lower levels offer an opportunity to expand the home and are often multi-purpose spaces. When finishing...

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Milwaukee/NARI Home Improvement Council, Inc. Adds 14 Members

The Milwaukee Chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI), celebrating 50 years as the area’s leading home improvement and remodeling industry resource, announced that the following 14...

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MATC Horticulture Club to Hold Valentine's Day Plant Sale Feb. 13-14 at Mequon Campus

Milwaukee Area Technical College’s Horticulture Club will hold a Valentine’s Day plant sale from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 13-14, in the lobby at the Mequon...

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Free Help with Tax Returns Offered at MATC's Oak Creek and Milwaukee Campuses

Taxpayers with a family income of less than $50,000 are eligible for free help preparing their basic personal income tax returns at Milwaukee Area Technical College’s Downtown Milwaukee Campus, 700...

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National Celebrities & Local Experts on Food, Home & Gardening to Present at Milwaukee/NARI Home Improvement Show

Presenters from The Learning Channel, the Food Network, and local chefs and home improvement experts headline the 50th annual Milwaukee/NARI Home Improvement Show, Wisconsin’s largest home improvement and remodeling show....

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Have You Talked To Your Parents Lately?

November is National Family Caregivers Month, with the week of Thanksgiving (November 20-26) dedicated as National Family Week, by presidential proclamation. November is also National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. “Have You Talked to...

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Holiday Folk Fair International Names Azmi Alaeddin Chairman

Well-known local restaurateur and caterer Azmi Alaeddin has been named for the second consecutive year as chairman of the Holiday Folk Fair International. Alaeddin has been a participant in Holiday Folk...

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Milwaukee/NARI Observes Lead Poisoning Awareness Week

Small children and pregnant women are in danger of lead poisoning if the demolition phase of a pre-1978 home renovation isn’t handled properly. To commemorate National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week,...

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Griddlers Cafe Celebrates Official Grand Opening

Rewards & Specials Kicks off with "Music Mondays" Benefitting Area School Music Programs The changeover of six George Webb Restaurants to Griddlers Cafe restaurants last month was quick, however the owners...

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Moderating Your Child's Electronic Usage

MILWAUKEE, Wis. – Did you know that, according research, today’s youth between the ages of 8-18 are now spending about seven and a half hours per day consuming electronic entertainment? According...

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Milwaukee/NARI Offers Tips to Treat and Prevent Mold

Mold growth in a home can be disastrous for a building, as well as its occupants. During National Mold Awareness Month in September and all year round, it’s important for...

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Special Attractions Abound at Fall Home & Remodeling Show

In addition to the hundreds of home improvement and remodeling exhibitors, the 21st Annual Fall Home & Remodeling Show will feature the Time Warner Cable “Relaxation Station” and Digital Express...

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Greenfield Post Office offers 24 hour service at their Automated Postal Center on Labor Day, Monday

Manager Julie Joers from the Greenfield Post office reminds you that the Greenfield Post Office will be closed for retail and delivery services to observe Labor Day on Monday September...

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Help Keep Children Safe As They Return To School

Greenfield, WI — They’re back. Children have returned to school. This means an increase in young pedestrians potentially wandering into road¬ways or darting from hidden places. The Postal Service is asking...

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Fall Home & Remodeling Show Announces Advance Tickets Availability

Advance tickets for the 21st Annual Milwaukee/NARI Fall Home & Remodeling Show are available now through Thurs., Sept. 15, at locations throughout the Milwaukee area. The Show will be held Fri.,...

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Community Watch

» West Allis police seek help in shooting investigation 12/28

» West Allis commission picks new police chief Updated:  12/21

» Who should Packers fans be cheering for in the home stretch of 2015? 12/16

» 27th Annual Now All-Suburban Football Team 12/11

» 2015 All-Suburban Football Team in photos 12/9

» January closing set for Roosevelt School in West Allis 12/8

» Some West Allis parents want Walker Elementary to be through grade 8 12/8

» Whitnall High student barred from grounds after threatening remarks 12/4

» Reasons found for $14 million in red ink in West Allis-West Milwaukee 12/3

» A roundup of 2015 holiday events in suburban Milwaukee and Lake Country 12/2

» Positive and uplifting stories in suburban Milwaukee and Lake Country in November 12/1

» West Allis names interim police chief, due to Padgett's retirement 11/30

» West Allis building to be renovated for fitness center 11/30

» West Milwaukee school finds a mindful minute goes a long way 11/28

» Mother of 2, day care center director named to Greenfield School Board 11/24

» Greenfield police dispatch two coyotes reported as aggressive 11/24

» Making way for project, Layton Avenue Baptist Church has new location 11/24

» Full advisory committee endorses West Allis high school boundary plan 11/23

» $2 Budget South Cinemas in Greenfield closes as of Monday, Nov. 23 11/23

» Christmas deadline nears for Holiday Helper donations in West Allis 11/23

» Updated state championship game rankings of area prep football teams and players 11/19

» Whitnall participates in global education conference in Washington 11/18

» Plans for National Avenue upgrade in West Allis ready for public input 11/17

» Greenfield residents worried about coyotes get reassurance, advice Updated:  11/17

» Draft ordinance to allow beekeeping in Greenfield clears health board 11/17

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