Murphy’s LawMar 26th, 2015 by Bruce Murphy
Challenger could get lots of right-wing money, but that may not be enough in this case.
In PublicMar 26th, 2015 by Tom Bamberger
Its new research building is a compendium of architectural elements. How do they add up?
Mar 26th, 2015 by Bill Lueders
On some bills, yes. On others, no.
Plenty of HorneMar 25th, 2015 by Michael Horne
The new Sage on Prospect, a 34-apartment complex, will have every imaginable green feature.
Yesterday’s MilwaukeeMar 25th, 2015 by Jeff Beutner
This scene from a century ago, with paths winding down to the lake, may have been when this area was at its peak.
Back in the NewsMar 25th, 2015 by Bruce Murphy
Billionaire business man and frequent environmental violator gave $1.5 million in dark money to governor.
Mar 25th, 2015 by Edgar Mendez
City and foundation money will be spent to upgrade the 12 most deteriorated playgrounds in Milwaukee.
Op-EdMar 24th, 2015 by John Lunz
The proposed plan is being sold as a chance to simply get bids from buyers, but it's really about selling our heritage to private developers.
Plats and ParcelsMar 24th, 2015 by Dave Reid
Water Tech One, an 80,000-square-foot, four-story office building, will be the first constructed in the Global Water Technology Park.
Mar 24th, 2015 by Andrea Waxman
Fatima Benhaddou is the new program manager of police department's federally funded Building Neighborhood Capacity Program.
Murphy’s LawMar 24th, 2015 by Bruce Murphy
Actually, local taxpayers will be donating $450 million. But the press won’t report the details.
Plenty of HorneMar 23rd, 2015 by Michael Horne
National Trust for Historic Preservation's leader comes to town, where her speech to a crowd filled with notables dramatized the need for state to maintain the current credits.