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8-year-old Shorewood girl spends birthday party giving back

SHOREWOOD (WITI) — North Shore firefighters helped make a Shorewood girl’s birthday extra special. They showed up at her birthday party Saturday afternoon, March 21st. 117 more words


Demolition has begun! Roundy's Metro Market opens in Shorewood in January 2016

SHOREWOOD (WITI) — Shorewood is one step closer to getting a Roundy’s Metro Market.

Demolition of the abandoned Schwartz and Walgreens buildings on Oakland Avenue began Tuesday, February 24th. 52 more words


The river was made for romance, until police "killjoys" showed up

Canoodling canoeists, riverbank lotharios, and skinny-dippers here, there, and everywhere. By the 1920s it’s no wonder the Milwaukee River between North Avenue and Capitol Drive was known as “Petters’ Paradise.” In 1921, with public complaints soaring, Milwaukee Police decided to put a damper on the watery lasciviousness. 60 more words

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review: NaNa Asian Fusion and Sushi Bar

last saturday was date night, complete with dinner, drinks and maybe an extra drink or two we didn’t need. (read: i was solidly hungover on sunday. 838 more words


Goody Gourmets Expansion

One of my clients, Goody Gourmets, was just featured in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. I wanted to share the article, because she is an inspiring, smart business owner.   34 more words

Estabrook Park is a reminder of Milwaukee's mining days

Estabrook Park, on the east bank of the Milwaukee River north of Capitol Drive, has an odd claim to fame. It rests on an unusual layer of pale gray Devonian limestone. 1,715 more words

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Shorewood students bear bitter cold waiting for buses that would never arrive

SHOREWOOD (WITI) — Cold, confused and left behind! That’s how some students felt as they waited for a school bus that never came. A small misunderstanding between school districts left some open, and one not — leaving students in the elements and lagging behind academically. 314 more words