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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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BBB Tip: Back-to-School Shopping Shouldn’t Break the Bank

“Back-to-school” specials now run all summer long and, while kids may not want to think about summer’s end, smart parents can take advantage of all the deals to save money...

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Callen Construction Suggests Kitchen Upgrades for Easier Cooking and Cleaning

Modern kitchen upgrades are combining style with functionality to meet a consumer’s desire for ease and efficiency while working in the kitchen. Paulette Sodemann, a design specialist for Callen Construction...

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Encouraging Independence to help Unlock your Child’s Potential

OAK CREEK,Wis.- , Wis. – As a parent, it can be scary to think about how quickly your little ones are growing up. However, you can’t postpone the inevitable. As...

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Internet Safety Month is a Reminder to Check Children’s Online Activities

This month give your children a refresher course in online safety. Although some parents help their kids with their first baby steps online, most do not. According to a study by...

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Association of Equipment Manufacturers Named a Top Workplace; Global HQ at Summit Place in West Allis

The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), the premiere international trade organization for off-road equipment manufacturers and suppliers – and headquartered in West Allis (Summit Place complex) - has been named...

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Staycation Suggestions for Your Home’s Exterior from Callen

With many families watching their spending, opting for “staycations” instead of extravagant getaways has become a frequent compromise. A staycation is a vacation from work for relaxation and leisure activities...

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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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BBB Issues Alert on Engine Shopper, LLC

Cudahy-based online used auto parts dealer has racked up hundreds of complaints nationwide The Better Business Bureau Serving Wisconsin (BBB) is issuing an alert about Engine Shopper, LLC, a Cudahy-based online...

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Callen Offers Remodeling Tips if Looking to Sell Home

When the decision is made to sell your existing home and buy something new, getting the existing home ready to sell is not an easy task job. In fact, there...

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The Importance of Incorporating Play Into Learning

What do most successful business people, happy children, and Nobel Laureates have in common? They love to play and understand that it is an important part of learning. According to Beverly...

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Changes to Credit Reporting Rules Will Benefit Consumers

The Better Business Bureau Serving Wisconsin says new regulations governing the three credit reporting companies should make it easier for consumers to fix inaccuracies in their credit reports. Several new regulations...

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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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Comprehensive Eye Exams Can Help Re-engage Patients Into Care for Certain Chronic Conditions, With the Potential to Help Improve Health and Reduce Costs

Comprehensive eye exams can help re-engage patients into care for certain chronic conditions, with eye care professionals encouraging people to seek follow-up treatments from primary care physicians and specialists, according...

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BBB WGA Offers Tips to Avoid Donor Deception

BBB Wise Giving Alliance (BBB WGA) joined with the Federal Trade Commission, State Attorneys General, and State Charity Regulators today to help the donating public avoid questionable fund raising circumstances...

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Milwaukee/NARI Foundation Announces Results of 2015 Rummage Sale

The Milwaukee/NARI Foundation, Inc., the educational and charitable arm of the Milwaukee/NARI Home Improvement Council, announced its 10th annual “Home Improvement Rummage Sale” held on May 1, had net proceeds...

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Community Watch

» Sushi eatery Screaming Tuna looks to open Tosa location on Harwood Ave. Updated:  12/30

» Wauwatosa East girls basketball team bounces back with big win 12/29

» Wauwatosa West boys basketball team crushes Kettle Moraine Lutheran 12/29

» Wauwatosa West girls hurt by scoreless droughts in loss to Milwaukee Riverside 12/29

» Wauwatosa Recreation Department crowns alumni basketball champs 12/29

» Wauwatosa wrestlers finish second at Milwaukee Hamilton duals 12/29

» Newspaper delivery may be delayed due to weather 12/29

» Milwaukee County declares snow emergency Dec. 28 12/28

» 100-year-old piano player still has the music in her 12/24

» Lincoln Elementary School named Green and Healthy School 12/24

» Tosa Top 5: Five things you need to know about in Wauwatosa this week 12/23

» Greendale holds off Wauwatosa West boys basketball team 12/23

» Folley wins individual title as Wauwatosa wrestlers finish fourth at Stech Invitational 12/23

» Wauwatosa West girls basketball team suffers losses to Greendale, New Berlin West 12/23

» Wauwatosa Hurricanes blow away Brown Deer/USM swimming team 12/23

» Wauwatosa beats Pius, 69-12, in wrestling dual 12/23

» Tosa East offers reward for information leading to bomb threat arrest 12/22

» Man who illegally killed deer in Wauwatosa charged, is 'remorseful' Updated:  12/22

» Both parents charged in relation to Wauwatosa Amber Alert 12/21

» Wauwatosa resident challenges 'undecided' alderman for spring election 12/18

» Tosa school board member Anne Fee will not run in spring election 12/18

» Video: Tosa Top 5: Five things you need to know about in Wauwatosa this week Updated:  12/18

» Wauwatosa Amber Alert canceled, boy found safe 12/17

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

» Sports Shorts: Dec. 17 12/15

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