Will entire city block be used to build 1,000 car parking garage? And will The Couture dispute ever get settled?
So says a recent study. But is the data more than a passing fad?
“We have an incredible foundation of local, vibrant, neighborhoods…”
Six vignettes tell the story of how the Senate passed the Right-to-Work bill.
Freezing is almost record breaking. But Lake Michigan is only at 56% ice cover.
It’s probably helping his presidential run, but also raising questions about Walker as a person.
He’s embraced a low-taxes approach used by other states, which has been a failure.
A coalition of environmental groups, business groups and others are lobbying legislators to change Walker's budget.
His proposed budget eliminates all state funding for Transportation Alternatives Program.
New building in The Brewery, named after Capt. Frederick Pabst, will feature 100 apartments plus parking.
The mayor, business leaders and pols toasted the streetcar in Cudahy's Irish Pub, with Michael Cudahy on hand.
It will be a test market for the nation: new lounge with attractive "spokesmodels" would promote smokeless electronic cigarettes made by R.J. Reynolds.
The 36-foot-high, $200,000 work was installed by Blue Cross in 1978; new owner of property won't reply to calls, artist has no idea what happened to sculpture.
Dohmen building’s redesign is a model for how to add value and grace while updating a 1960s creation.
The Bay View “art stop” is neither art nor a good bus stop. For one-tenth the price, the city could have done far better.
"We have an incredible foundation of local, vibrant, neighborhoods..."
"In five years, I’d like to think that I wouldn’t have to convince people how great this city is – it will just be undeniable."
"Milwaukee is one of the next great up-and-coming cities."
"Be the change you want to see!"
Milwaukee could learn from Auckland, which created a separate, non-profit authority to run the streetcar system.
Proposed resolution would allow county to sell O’Donnell Park for redevelopment by any private developer.
City's' free mobile app lets you report potholes and other problems.
The club, a Mandi finalist, has created a food program for the poor and the Arboretum along Milwaukee River.
Prospectus shows all 13 newspapers the new Journal company absorbs are losing money.
Walker and Vos love the idea. So what will it cost and what will it accomplish?
After years of debate, streetcar will finally move forward. Final engineering will begin immediately, and construction by the end of the year.
Eleven out of 15 aldermanic districts, and 76 percent of all respondents support the proposed streetcar starter system.
One of the great East Side homes, its history includes a remarkable cast of characters, almost a mini-history of Milwaukee elites.
The nearly completed, $80 million, five-floor interdisciplinary center should raise university's national research profile.
Global micro-loan program for small businesses expands to Milwaukee, and city fund will match its loans.
The budget has a flock of non-financial items -- 58 in all -- that will quietly change state polices.
Call it a bonus round: an assemblage of photos taken in my tour of many great vantage points in Milwaukee.
At dusk, the 23rd floor of the Pfister Hotel tower offers beautiful views of a changing city
The third Chapman's store was built in 1885 and would remain in business nearly a century.
Chapman's, the city's first department store for upscale buyers, was the last word in elegance for Milwaukee.
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