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Wisconsin Kitchen Mart Explains How to Make an Old Home Shine

Older homes are special for their history and, often, their required maintenance. Making an older home safe, comfortable, stylish, and suited to the homeowners’ lifestyle requires the careful attention of...

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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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Wisconsin Kitchen Mart Offers Tips on Avoiding Mistakes in a Kitchen Remodel

A kitchen indeed is the heart of the home and not just for cooking. Typically, it’s a hub of activity where kids do homework, friends congregate, and families bond. Having...

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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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Wisconsin Kitchen Mart Takes the Mystery Out of Remodeling

A home remodel can be a daunting project, but knowing what to expect makes all the difference. Here is a seven-step breakdown of the remodeling process from Rob Radiske, designer...

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New Products Now Available at Appliance Gallery

Appliance Gallery, Wisconsin's premiere appliance store, has added new products from Bosch and KitchenAid at its Milwaukee showroom, 4550 W. Wisconsin Ave. Bosch recently introduced a 30" stainless steel single-wall oven...

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Wisconsin Kitchen Mart Refreshes a Weary Bathroom

An outdated, cramped layout and insufficient room in the shower for the husband to use were the homeowners’ major issues with a second full bath in a Brookfield tri-level. By redesigning...

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Milwaukee/NARI Tour of Remodeled Homes Announces 2015 Sponsors

Kohler Co., a recognized leader in kitchen and bathroom products and design, and Gerhards, The Kitchen & Bath Store, along with Pella Windows & Doors of Wisconsin and Hallmark Building...

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Milwaukee/NARI Says April Showers Don’t Have to Bring Foundation Leaks

Flooded basements are a common occurrence for homeowners come springtime. But in actuality, there are a number of factors that contribute to leaks, aside from a steady downpour. Members of...

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Industry Expert: Prevent Fires. Clean Dryer Vents.

Cleaning dryer vents can save you: time, money, and possibly lives. According to the National Fire Protection Agency, 18,000 structure fires a year in the U.S. are caused by...

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16th Annual Milwaukee/NARI Tour of Remodeled Homes Scheduled

Southeastern Wisconsin residents will have an opportunity to “Explore Remodeling’s Finest” at the 16th annual Milwaukee/NARI (National Association of the Remodeling Industry) Tour of Remodeled Homes, Sat., May 16 –...

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Milwaukee/NARI Discusses Radon – What You Should Know

As thoughts turn to spring and opening windows to let in fresh air, keep in mind the importance of healthy, clean, indoor air year round. The United States Environmental Protection...

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Milwaukee/NARI Members Offer Insight on Full Frame Window Replacement or Window Insert Installation

This is the time of year when homeowners notice the draft coming through windows, condensation, or general disrepair. So should you get a full frame window replacement or just a...

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“Grillologists,” Lambeau Leap Inventor, and Local Experts on Food to Present at Milwaukee/NARI Home Improvement Show

The “Grilling Buddies,” the inventor of the Lambeau Leap, and local chefs headline the Callen Culinary Kitchen at the 53rd annual Milwaukee/NARI Home Improvement Show, Wisconsin’s largest home improvement and...

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Milwaukee/NARI Members Suggest Tips To Brighten Small Spaces

Many dwellings have areas with few windows or light fixtures, oftentimes making the space feel small and dark. A few simple tweaks can brighten and lighten, transforming overlooked parts of...

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Milwaukee/NARI to Showcase a “House” That Doesn’t Need Remodeling - Packer Davon House to Appear at February Home Improvement Show

It’s only logical that with the last name House, Green Bay Packer cornerback Davon House will make an appearance on behalf of Milwaukee/NARI (National Association of the Remodeling Industry) at...

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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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Milwaukee/NARI Suggests Ways to Ensure a Positive Remodeling Experience in 6 Steps

If homeowners aren’t careful, the home remodeling can be a long, grueling process. Homeowners can ensure positive remodeling experience by following six steps provided by experts from the Milwaukee/NARI Home...

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Milwaukee/NARI’s Tips for Easier Fall Lawn & Garden Maintenance

As many Wisconsin gardeners watch their flowers fade and feel winter coming, they are dreading the autumn yard cleanup and cutting back. But fall lawn and garden maintenance doesn’t...

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Community Watch

» Brown Deer baseball team hung together despite tough season 10:58 AM

» Shorewood trustee wages unsuccessful campaign for later trick-or-treat times Updated:  10:15 AM

» Grid coach Zortman heading home 10:13 AM

» Whitefish Bay memorializes woman killed in crosswalk 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

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