Articles Referencing Milwaukee City Hall
Feb 18th, 2015 by Naomi Waxman
Boys and Girls Club senior program manager La’Ketta Caldwell was nominated for a MANDI leadership award.
Jan 31st, 2015 by Angie Schmitt
All federal transportation dollars should go for auto transportation, Koch-funded groups demand. They've also opposed streetcars in cities like Milwaukee.
Jan 29th, 2015 by Michael Horne
His surprisingly modest Mequon Cape Cod is surrounded by and benefits from all kinds of publicly-funded, socialistic services.
Dec 29th, 2014 by Michael Horne
Star of "Saved By the Bell" is charged with stabbing a man and could face years in prison. But Diamond does have a comfy abode in Port Washington to await his trial.
Dec 11th, 2014 by Bruce Murphy
Marty Kaiser’s retirement and replacement by managing editor George Stanley will likely mean a more conservative paper.
Dec 2nd, 2014 by Michael Horne
OnMilwaukee.com co-owner Jeff Sherman and his wife have a Colonial home in the suburbs, but he tries to downplay this.
Press Releases Referencing Milwaukee City Hall
Jan 19th, 2015 by Terry Witkowski
Several members of the Milwaukee Common Council and a member of the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors will hold a news conference Tuesday.
Sep 9th, 2014 by Robert Bauman
News release from Alderman Robert Bauman
Aug 28th, 2014 by Robert Bauman
For the first time in decades, applicants for a public passenger vehicle permit to operate a taxi in Milwaukee will be able to apply without regard for a cap on the number of permits issued, and receive provisional permission to begin operating the day of their application. On a unanimous vote, the Milwaukee Common Council passed legislation […]
Aug 12th, 2014 by Robert Bauman
News release from Alderman Robert J. Bauman
Jun 11th, 2014 by Terry Witkowski
Representatives from the Milwaukee Police Department will address questions about how emergency calls are handled tomorrow (June 12) during the meeting of the Common Council’s Public Safety Committee.
May 8th, 2014 by Robert Bauman
The new legislation will be introduced at the meeting of the Public Transportation Review Board that is scheduled for 9:00 a.m. tomorrow, May 9, in room 301-B of City Hall.