Wednesday, April 3, 2013
North Shore businesses often post coupons and deals on Facebook. Here's what we found this week.
Local businesses in North Shore area have specials all of the time and most of them wind up as posts on Facebook. So what happens if you don't spend a lot of time on Facebook? We've got you covered. Here are five deals from five area businesses. Enjoy! If you have a business in North Shore area, like the Fox Point Patch Facebook page to get into our news feed. That's where we pick up on them. Brio Salon While supplies last!! When you purchase Davines' full size oi oil, you will receive a complimentary travel size essential shampoo and conditioner of your choice. There are only 12 left...let it be known! Your hair will thank you:) Milwaukee Art Museum Tomorrow is Target Free First Thursday! What will you come to see, for FREE? Baja Tan New …
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
A roundup of the latest from the Fox Point police reports.
Police say a man was arrested for third offense drunken driving Jan. 9 after he crashed his car into a ditch and urinated on himself while talking to officers. At 6:29 p.m., an officer was dispatched to a report of a minivan in a ditch in the 6800 block of North Lake Drive. The driver told police he attempted a u-turn after missing a turn and found himself in the ditch. An officer noticed the driver had glossy eyes, impaired speech and had urinated on himself. The man subsequently failed on-scene sobriety tests and registered a 0.33 blood alcohol content during a Breathalyzer test. In other police news:
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Atypic Gallery takes a $500 hit after they receive a bad check.
The Atypic Gallery in Audubon Court was stiffed for $500 when it recently received a check that had been drawn on a closed account. It's an increasingly rare occurance an era when few businesses take checks, even while many businesses in Fox Point and Bayside have customers who still prefer them, Bayside police officer Jennifer Mioduszewski said. Officer John Adamaitis of the Fox Point Police Department said that he hasn't heard of a bad check in years. He attributes that to the equipment that businesses have now. A problematic check can be handled instantly, instead of in a matter of days. "These days, with the technology, it's difficult to float a bad check. You just can't do it," Adamaitis said. "There's more of a problem with …