Wednesday, November 28, 2012
The chicken wing chain has opened its second Milwaukee-area location just south of McDonald's on Port Washington Road.
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
A new chicken wing restaurant has opened up just a couple blocks south of Bayshore Town Center. Wingstop, the national chicken wing chain with more than 530 locations, opened its newest Milwaukee-area restaurant today at 5326 North Port Washington Road in Glendale. It is located just south of McDonald's in the building that also houses Gyro Palace. The first Wingstop was opened last year by Brookfield resident Kurt Hodermann at 2086 S. Miller Parkway. Hodermann said he is happy to expand into Glendale. “We’re proud to be a member of this community,” Hodermann said in a news release. “Milwaukee fans have really embraced Wingstop and we’re excited to introduce another great location. We’re opening in the height of football season, and there’…
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Check out some of the North Shore's most popular pages and add your own suggestions in the comments!
At Patch we're always striving to make your life ridiculously easy and that's why we've put together this list of 25 local business Facebook pages. Show your love for local, small businesses and get to "Liking!" 1. Green House Furnishings, Fox Point 2. Los Paisa, Bayside 3. Winkie's Toys & Variety, Whitefish Bay 4. The Village Pub, Shorewood 5. Art Trooper, Bayside 6. Indulge Studios, Whitefish Bay 7. Miss Cupcake, Shorewood 8. Brio Salon, Fox Point 9. Jack Pandl's, Whitefish Bay 10. Camp Bar, Shorewood 11. Community Bark Dog Wash & Coffee Bar, Bayside 12. Three Wishes, Whitefish Bay 13. The Waxwing, Shorewood 14. The Lift Pilates, Bayside 15. Gallery 505, Whitefish Bay 16. The City Market, Shorewood 17. Mark Pasch Ltd., Fox Point 18. …
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
A 18-year-old Milwaukee man is accused of stealing at least four different cars from several North Shore neighborhoods, including Shorewood, Whitefish Bay and Fox Point.
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- Joe Petrie
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
A Milwaukee man is accused of stealing cars across the North Shore, then giving police officers the same story each time he's caught behind the wheel. Dominick Parrish Cole, 18, was charged in Milwaukee County Circuit Court Thursday with four counts of operating a motor vehicle without the owner's consent. If convicted, he faces up to nine years in prison and $40,000 in fines. According to the criminal complaint: At 5:45 p.m. on Oct. 23, a Shorewood woman living in the 3500 block of North Lake Drive contacted police officers after she discovered someone had taken her 2008 Infiniti G-35 while it was parked in her driveway. The woman said the vehicle was in her driveway for 1 1/2 hours with the key fob inside and when she came outside, the …
Friday, September 14, 2012
Local students helped decorate miniature Christmas trees to send to military troops overseas.
Christmas tunes play in the background during a sunny, 70-degree September day. At St. John Lutheran School, older students help the younger ones hot-glue decorations to miniature Christmas trees that will be sent off around Veteran's Day to brighten up the holidays for troops overseas. John Stuhlmacher, owner of Winkie's in Whitefish Bay, said this project began when he was deployed in Baghdad when his mom, Julie, sent over a tree. "Where we were, everything was just tan," he said. "So, to have something this colorful just show up and be Christmasy, it was a nice little piece of home when you couldn't be there. When we went back to our little rooms, it was like being back home almost." Julie Stuhlmacher, John's mother, sent him an 18-…
Monday, July 23, 2012
Justis, the Brown Deer Police Department's lead K9 dog, passed away Wednesday. Police Chief says National Night Out for Justice will still take place, but now for a different reason.
Justis, the Brown Deer Police Department's Dutch Shepherd who worked all over the area, helped sniff out drugs, chase down criminals and taught children about the police department. Sadly, his service ended Wednesday when he passed away from a quickly onsetting infection. "He’s going to be missed because he did work with a lot of different people," Brown Deer Police Chief Steven Rinzel said. "Entries, drug searches, there were school searches we had, plus he was also very friendly with kids." And while Justis was a member of the Brown Deer Police Department, Rinzel said he's assisted communities all across Southeastern Wisconsin including Oak Creek, the North Shore, Ozaukee and Washington counties, to name a few. Justis was taken to a …
Wednesday, June 6, 2012
Shorewood Police Chief David Banaszynski has pitched the idea of consolidating Shorewood and Whitefish Bay’s police departments, most recently in late February 2011, but discussion has now expanded to include the City of Glendale.
Three North Shore communities have agreed to take a serious look at whether consolidation of their police forces is a viable move. Shorewood Police Chief David Banaszynski has pitched the idea of consolidating Shorewood and Whitefish Bay’s police departments, most recently in late February 2011 to the Whitefish Bay Village Board, but discussion has expanded to include the City of Glendale. Officials from each municipality have met several times to discuss the merits of consolidating police services, according to Shorewood officials. In a memo, village managers, presidents and mayors from the three municipalities said consolidation would provide for: But it is apparent that a merger might result in some loss of local control and the ability…
Friday, March 30, 2012
For safety and community connections, the North Shore Fire Department is hosting an official chametz burning – the removal by fire of all leavened bread – in honor of Passover.
It's not a pairing you see every day: a fire department mostly filled with Christian men pairing with Jewish synagogues for a religious ceremony. But for Passover, it's all about learning about each other and keeping the community connected. And it's more widespread than just the North Shore. The North Shore Fire Department will host an official bi'ur chametz, or burning of leavened bread, in honor of Passover from 10 to 11:45 a.m. April 6 at NSFD Station 2 in Glendale, 5901 N. Milwaukee River Pkwy. "The goal of the Fire Department is to be in touch with who we're serving, and if we don't understand who we're serving, I don't think we're doing our job 100 percent," Capt. John Maydak said. Rabbi Wes Kalmar of Congregation Anshe Sfard …
Thursday, December 22, 2011
The North Shore area is filled with beautiful lights displays. Here are but a few mapped by Patch for your enjoyment and tour.
So you want to get out and enjoy some holiday-lit homes but don't know where to go. Patch photographed and mapped a few suggestions to get you started. See the list below and let everyone know about other great displays in the comments. Locations included in our tour:
Friday, September 2, 2011
Battalion Chief Jeff Weigand was instrumental in fire department consolidation and a well-respected leader.
After 30 years of protecting North Shore communities — first in Fox Point and then as a member of the North Shore Fire Department — Battalion Chief Jeff Weigand is retiring. As a battalion chief, Weigand oversaw firefighters at five different stations within the NSFD. Chief Robert Whitaker said Weigand didn't just do his job – he excelled. “He was a great emergency scene manager and was able to quickly process information and think on his feet,” Whitaker said, adding that Weigand wasn’t the kind of supervisor to shy away from difficult issues either, and preferred to challenge them head-on. “Jeff worked great with others and was always willing to talk about issues and discuss them.” While his official last day will be Sept. 9, Weigand, 53…