There's been more news than usual lately at Mickey's Fresh Frozen Custard, 675 Grand Ave., in Hartford, and it's come in the good and bad variety.
Luv Unlimited, the vintage clothing store that also sold everything from accessories to records and more, is closing its Bay View shop after 16 years in business due to a fire above the space suffered on Sunday.
Just over a year since fire ravaged the 1878 Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church on 9th Street Downtown, a new roof is being put on and is expected to be finished soon. We checked in with the church for an update.
The Norman - once located at 634 W. Wisconsin Ave. - was an iconic building that burned down 28 years ago today, taking four lives and leaving behind so many displaced creatives.
It's been a tough couple of weeks for three Waukesha-based businesses. Spring City Wine House, The Clarke Hotel and The Steaming Cup all sustained damages after a fire broke out in Downtown Waukesha earlier this month. But The Steaming Cup will reopen later this week.
According to a statement issued today by the Rev. Jonah P. Burakowski of the Missouri Synod of The Lutheran Church's South Wisconsin District, Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, which burned on May 15, will be rebuilt.
Striking images of the interior devastation at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church have begun to emerge. Here are a few.
This morning, Pastor Emeritus Hunter Hoffman with join with the fire marshal and insurance adjusters to assess the damage at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church on 9th and Highland.
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church suffered a devastating fire on Tuesday. But it's been on the scene in Milwaukee since 1878 - and its congregation even longer, since 1847. A lot of life has been lived inside its sturdy cream city brick walls.
Milwaukee Fire Department responded to a three-alarm blaze at Trinity Evangelical Church, 1046 N. 9th St., at Highland, before 4 p.m. today and within minutes a fourth alarm was sounded.
A fire broke out this afternoon at Red Dot Tosa, 6715 W. North Ave., causing the restaurant and bar to close indefinitely.
TIKI torches, the outdoor oil lamps synonymous with beach parties and backyard barbecues, aren't made in Maui or Malibu. Nope, the company is based in Menomonee Falls, a city slightly less frequently associated with Polynesian party ware.
It looks like it might be a while before Milwaukee can enjoy Ashley's popular barbecue. On Tuesday afternoon, a grease fire in the kitchen at Ashley's Que in Walker's Point caused the restaurant to close.
On New Year's Day, OnMilwaukee broke the story that Gypsy Taco, a food truck located year-round on the patio of Boone & Crockett, started on fire. The truck is repairable, but in the mean time, the chef-owner, Mitch Ciohon, will "pop up" at Lucky Joe's Alchemy & Eatery.
Gypsy Taco, a taco truck permanently parked on the patio of Boone & Crockett, 2151 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., suffered fire and smoke damage on New Year's morning.