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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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Billie Kubly to Receive Evan P. Helfaer Award for Philanthropic Leadership

RIVER HILLS, Wis. - The Association of Fundraising Professionals Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter will be awarding River Hills resident Billie Kubly with the Evan P. Helfaer Donor Award for her active...

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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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Special Attractions Abound at Fall Home & Remodeling Show

In addition to the hundreds of home improvement and remodeling exhibitors, the 24th Annual Milwaukee/NARI Fall Home & Remodeling Show will feature the “Future Trends” display, Milwaukee/NARI Information Center, a...

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Sitting too much may negate benefits of exercise

Cardiologists at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) and University of Texas (UT) Southwestern Medical Center have found that sedentary behaviors may lower cardiorespiratory fitness, and sitting for several hours...

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Catholic Charities Brings Hope to Low-Income Pregnant Moms and Works to Reduce Co-Sleeping Deaths

MILWAUKEE, Wis. - According to the 2013 Fetal Infant Mortality Review, Milwaukee’s infant mortality rate is at crisis levels, due to premature births, congenital frailties, and unsafe sleeping conditions. When...

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Catholic Charities Brings Hope to Low-Income Pregnant Moms and Works to Reduce Co-Sleeping Deaths

MILWAUKEE, Wis. - According to the 2013 Fetal Infant Mortality Review, Milwaukee’s infant mortality rate is at crisis levels, due to premature births, congenital frailties, and unsafe sleeping conditions. When...

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Milwaukee/NARI Announces 2014 “Best of Tour” Award Winner

The Milwaukee/NARI Home Improvement Council, Inc., the leading resource in the home improvement and remodeling industry in southeastern Wisconsin for more than 52 years, announced that a team entry by...

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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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Community Watch

» Crave Cafe plans to offer takeout food in former Runaway Meatball building 01:28 PM

» River Hills wants sex offender removed from village facility Updated:  11:23 AM

» Dance group to perform at Whitefish Bay library 4/24

» Mequon police searching for bank robbery suspect 4/23

» Shorewood School Board asks legislators to increase school funding 4/21

» Shorewood hires Burlington police chief to lead department 4/21

» Rogers Memorial unveils Brown Deer facility 4/21

» Initial Reaction Podcast: Bucks; Kaminsky; Brewers; WIAA balance rules 4/21

» Shorewood plants seed for farmers market 4/21

» Two critically injured after rollover crash in Mequon 4/20

» McDonald's owner gets 9 years for running pot ring Updated:  4/17

» 15-year-old boy attacked while walking in Shorewood 4/15

» Brown Deer house damaged by basement fire 4/14

» Shorewood bank robbery suspects arrested 4/14

» Wrong-way I-43 driver crashes into ditch in Bayside 4/14

» Brown Deer man identified as victim of Milwaukee motorcycle-car crash 4/13

» Suspects in Shorewood bank robbery arrested in Kansas City 4/13

» Diamond Stone headlines 2014-15 All-Suburban Boys Basketball team 4/13

» Milwaukee man arrested in Mequon overdose death 4/9

» U.S. Marshals arrest man who allegedly supplied heroin, cocaine to overdose victim in Mequon 4/9

» Tornado watch in effect 4/9

» 2015 Milwaukee suburbs election roundup Updated:  4/8

» Franklin, Gutterman keep seats on Nicolet School Board 4/8

» Three Brown Deer School Board members return for a second term 4/8

» Incumbent Pam Adams wins reelection in Mequon 4/8

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