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BBB Free Shred Event to Help Fight Identity Theft Destroys 65 Thousand Pounds of Documents

With all of the activity expected in the marketplace surrounding Halloween, Better Business Bureau Serving Wisconsin believes it is important to check companies before you purchase merchandise to enhance your...

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BBB Halloween Tips: Pop-up Store Frights and Web Entanglements

With all of the activity expected in the marketplace surrounding Halloween, Better Business Bureau Serving Wisconsin believes it is important to check companies before you purchase merchandise to enhance your...

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2015 Milwaukee Walk/Run to Defeat ALS Raises Record-breaking $485,000

Over 7,000 walkers and runners joined together at Greenfield Park on Sunday, October 11 for the Milwaukee Walk/Run to Defeat ALS hosted by the ALS Association Wisconsin Chapter, based in...

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MEMORY CAFÉ LAUNCHES IN WAUWATOSA

A new Memory Café is launching on Wednesday, Oct 14 from 4-5:30 p.m. at Cranky Als, 6901 W North Ave. This event will take place the 2nd Wednesday of each...

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Elite Sports Clubs To Host FREE Dog Day Event October 17th

Elite Sports Clubs Brookfield and River Glen will host “Dog Days” at each respective location, in conjunction with Pet Health Awareness Month in October. Everyone is encouraged to bring...

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Callen Says Weatherize Now to Save Energy in Winter

Wisconsin homeowners who want to save money and stay warm this winter should prepare their homes for cold weather now, according to Christopher Wittmann, a Certified Remodeler and senior exterior...

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Holiday Folk Fair to Help Celebrate Italian Heritage Month

As Holiday Folk Fair International continues planning for its 72nd annual event Fri., Nov. 20 – Sun., Nov. 22, 2015 at the State Fair Park Exposition Center in West Allis,...

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Local Contractor on Mission to Educate First Time Homeowners

New Berlin, WI, October 5, 2015: A local home service company specializing in plumbing, heating, air conditioning, and bathroom remodeling is on a mission to educate consumers about choosing...

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Callen Offers Tips to Prevent Bathroom Mold Before It Becomes a Problem

Is mold in your home? Mold spores can be found anywhere from a small apartment to a luxury home because buildings make the perfect breeding ground for mold with...

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St. Jude Thrift Shop Opens Fall Collection

The grand opening of the new fall/winter collection at St. Jude Thrift Shop, 822 Glenview Ave., Wauwatosa, will be Saturday, Sept. 19. The store will have longer hours --9...

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Prepare Plumbing for Cool Weather

New Berlin, WI, September 15, 2015: As we slowly stop using our air conditioners and start turning our heat on, the experts at Flat Rate Home Services advise their...

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Just Between Friends Announces Three Fall Sales in Metro Area

Just Between Friends (JBF) has announced three Fall community children’s and maternity consignment sales in the metro area. The Milwaukee sale will be held September 20 through 26 at...

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BBB Wise Giving Alliance Issues Donor Advisory for Syrian Refugee Assistance

As the Syrian refugee crisis continues to grow, BBB Wise Giving Alliance (BBB WGA) warns donors to be cautious when making donations to assist refugees in need. “Tragedies generate public sympathy...

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Travel Around the World at the 72nd Annual Holiday Folk Fair International

Holiday Folk Fair International will be held Fri., Nov. 20 – Sun., Nov. 22, 2015 at the State Fair Park Exposition Center in West Allis, Wis. A program of the International...

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Which Discipline Styles Work and Which to Avoid

OAK CREEK, Wis. -- Let’s face it, even though we want them to, children do not always listen. When they don’t, it is up to parents to discipline them appropriately,...

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Card Skimming: Can it Happen to You?

Have you swiped your credit or debit card recently at a gas pump, ATM, or to pay for a movie rental? Then yes, it’s possible card skimming can happen to...

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Callen Designer Suggests Modifications That Benefit People of All Ages

September is Healthy Aging® Month, an annual observance designed to focus national attention on the positive aspects of growing older. As more and more Americans embrace a healthy, active lifestyle,...

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St.Jude Thrift Shop Plans End-of-Summer Sales

The St. Jude Thrift Shop, 822 Glenview Ave., Wauwatosa, has announced several end-of-summer sales in late August and early September, including a bag sale on Sept. 12. Everything in the store...

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Wisconsin Kitchen Mart Suggests Ways for Homeowners to Keep Their Kitchen Remodel on Budget

Remodeling a kitchen can be a big investment – from new countertops and cabinets to flooring and appliances. But with deliberate planning, homeowners can make the most of their investment...

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Heading to the Fair? BBB Says Check Vendors Out First

With the Wisconsin State Fair underway, the Better Business Bureau Serving Wisconsin suggests caution when buying from out-of-town vendors and sellers. Before heading out, or from your smartphone while there, check...

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Community Watch

» Wauwatosa seeks volunteers for focus groups on city communication 4/28

» Show about solitary confinement encourages discussion, activism 4/28

» Annual Tosa Night Out celebration will relocate to Milwaukee County Zoo Updated:  4/27

» District leaders question use of Wauwatosa schools as voting locations Updated:  4/27

» Area businesses collaborate to create the 'Cranky Sammie' in East Tosa 4/27

» Wauwatosa Sports Notes: Players sign with colleges, baseball fundraiser, more 4/26

» Wauwatosa West sprinters stand out at Kansas Relays 4/26

» Wauwatosa West' Hannah-Howell, Jefferson shine at Sun Prairie Track Meet 4/26

» Wauwatosa West tennis team wins three of four at Raider/Trojan Invite 4/26

» Wauwatosa golfers finish fifth at first GMC mini meet 4/26

» Wauwatosa East kickers go 2-1 at Mt. Prospect Invitational, lose to DSHA, beat Homestead 4/26

» Wauwatosa West soccer team tied for first in Woodland with 4-0 record 4/26

» Principal's racial comment to Wauwatosa West student sparks protest at school Updated:  4/25

» Severe thunderstorm watch in effect 4/25

» Political memorabilia appraiser makes stop in Wauwatosa 4/25

» Initial Reaction Podcast: Previewing NFL Draft with Rob Reischel and Nathan Tanguay 4/25

» Cheryl Berdan steps in as Wauwatosa Common Council president 4/22

» Video Tosa Top 5: Five things you need to know about in Wauwatosa this week 4/21

» Wauwatosa business Nurturing the Nest offers postpartum support to moms, dads Updated:  4/21

» Initial Reaction Podcast: Realignment in area conferences and the status of girls/women's basketball in Wisconsin 4/21

» Walled garden, dog park to replace Wauwatosa's aging Eschweiler buildings 4/20

» Matt Kender is Wauwatosa East's new football coach 4/20

» Sports Shorts: April 21, 2016 4/20

» Milwaukee County Zoo welcomes new female red panda 4/20

» Wauwatosa East girls track team has two productive meets 4/20

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Best Summer Ever

 

We've made it easy for you to get out and go this summer. From hitting the trails for a bike ride or walk, to where to find beer gardens in the area, to the best places to swim in Waukesha County to the best summer drinks and summer reads, check out our 2016 summer guide.

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Hidden Tosa

 

"Hidden Tosa" is a semi-regular feature where our Wauwatosa reporter explores the closed down and closed off parts of Wauwatosa.

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