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SnowCare for Troops Seeks Volunteers and Military Families

With a few more weeks of winter on the horizon, volunteers and military families are urged to sign up for Project EverGreen’s SnowCare for Troops, a non-profit program matching volunteers...

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Live Music to be Part of 2012 Milwaukee/NARI Home Improvement Show

Live musical entertainment will be a featured attractions each day at the 50th annual Milwaukee/NARI Home Improvement Show at the Wisconsin Exposition Center at State Fair Park in West Allis,...

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Local Senior Move Management Firms Wins National Award

January 23,2012 Universal Services of Menomonee, WI was honored in Austin, Texas this past week at the National Convention for Senior Move Management. Universal Services, Wisconsin’s Premiere Senior Moving Company was...

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Milwaukee/NARI Members Answer Burning Questions About Fireplace Maintenance

The season’s colder temperatures often mean an increase in fireplace use. But before striking a match, it’s important to understand how to properly use and maintain the fireplace. Members of...

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Milwaukee/NARI Tips for Organizing After the Holidays

As the strains of Auld Lang Syne fade away, many homeowners may be left with an overwhelming mess and no idea where to start. Beneath the confetti and discarded wrapping...

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Unique Photo Gifts at Tanya's Nail and Hair Salon

Last minute holiday shoppers will find an unexpected treat this year at Tanya's Nail and Hair Salon (8822 W.North Avenue). In addition to familiar items like makeup, nail polish...

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Simplifying the Holidays

MILWAUKEE, Wis. – Are you finding yourself dreading the holidays and they’ve only just begun? If so, you’re not alone, and it doesn’t have to be this way. According to Beverly...

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Milwaukee/NARI Offers Tips to Prepare the Home for Winter Weather

With winter around the corner, it’s essential that homeowners prepare for the plunging temperatures, snow, and other seasonal threats. Snow accumulation and winter storms can cause unexpected problems, such as...

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Tell Diabetes “NOT ME” This Winter and Holiday Season

The following article was contributed by Bruce Weiss, M.D., M.P.H., Market Medical Director, UnitedHealthcare of Wisconsin Each winter, the cold weather and holiday festivities can bring special challenges to the nearly...

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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’s ‘Music Man’ Makes it Sound Right for Dance Performances

In Sussex, he’s known as the “music man,” for providing musical support at many community events. One could say that’s also an appropriate moniker for him at the Holiday Folk...

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Holiday Folk Fair Turkish Folk Dance Group Embodies True Spirit of Cultural Understanding

Perhaps no single group embodies the Holiday Folk Fair’s promotion of understanding diverse cultures than the Turkish American dance group from Milwaukee’s Hamilton High School. “Not one member of...

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Special Events Showcased at Holiday Folk Fair International

A variety of special events and exhibits will be highlighted throughout the grounds at the 68th annual Holiday Folk Fair International, America’s premiere multi-cultural festival, to be held Fri., Nov....

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American Square Dancing Is Among Folk Fair Performances

The annual cultural extravaganza, the Holiday Folk Fair International, is a must-do event for those who want to sample the rich cultural heritage of countries from around the world via...

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Holiday Folk Fair International Offers Ticket Discounts, Supports Local Organizations

The 68th annual Holiday Folk Fair International, America’s premiere multi-cultural festival that will be held Fri., Nov. 18 – Sun., Nov. 20, 2011, at the Wisconsin Exposition Center at State...

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Milwaukee/NARI Office to Serve as Toys For Tots Drop Off Location

The office of the Milwaukee chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (Milwaukee/NARI), celebrating 50 years as the area’s leading home improvement and remodeling industry resource, is officially...

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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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Local Landscaper Constructs Walls to Build Community

LandCrafters, Inc. of New Berlin will construct retaining walls in front of Harmony House located at 1149 N. 21st St. in Milwaukee on Fri., Oct. 21 and Sat., Oct. 22....

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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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Community Watch

» Crews clear crash that closed 2 left lanes of northbound I-43 in Greenfield Updated:  6/13

» 2nd suspect sought in string of armed robberies, carjacking Updated:  6/12

» Carjackers take off with woman's dog still in car 6/12

» Police identify woman killed in West Allis crash 6/6

» West Milwaukee man dies in Waukesha County crash 5/28

» Still no answer for speeding on Howard Avenue in Greenfield 5/28

» Greenfield police warn neighbors about fight over 'no trespassing' sign 5/27

» Joe Koch takes over Greenfield head football coaching position 5/27

» Man found guilty in West Allis teen sex exploitation case Updated:  5/21

» Missing man found in lake died of drowning, autopsy says 5/21

» Body found in lake said to be that of missing West Milwaukee man Updated:  5/20

» Greenfield police seeking suspect in armed robbery at gas station 5/13

» Johnson Controls to develop West Allis office Updated:  5/6

» Masked man reportedly attempts to grab jogger near Greenfield Park Updated:  5/6

» Greenfield High School head football coach resigns 5/1

» Police called after motorists fight over parking spot at Old Country Buffet 5/1

» Police called when fight breaks out in drive-thru lane 4/30

» Man hospitalized after trying to break up fight between two females 4/29

» Police called when man yells at neighbor about his 'contaminated' water 4/24

» Two suspects sought in Greenfield gas station burglary 4/22

» Man charged with ninth drunken driving offense after road rage incident 4/22

» License of mobile home park in West Allis could roll away 4/16

» 'Mount Stallis' rises in West Allis 4/16

» West Allis considers fund to help homeowners repair sewer laterals 4/16

» Police warn man after he enters woman's vehicle, tries to kiss her 4/16

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