Eyes on MilwaukeeNov 21st, 2014 by Jeramey Jannene
Wow, what an improvement. Our photos capture the technology-rich and architecturally impressive new library
Friday PhotosNov 21st, 2014 by Michael Horne
The five-story, 104 unit apartment building is nearly ready for occupancy, the first residential development on county-owned Park East land.
Bike CzarNov 21st, 2014 by Dave Schlabowske
If you can't brave the cold, there are some fun indoor cycling programs at area bike shops.
Nov 21st, 2014 by Caroline Roers
Beinbetween looks to enliven the bridge between Riverwest and Brady Street neighborhoods.
Vantage PointNov 20th, 2014 by Brian Jacobson
Call it a bonus round: an assemblage of photos taken in my tour of many great vantage points in Milwaukee.
Murphy’s LawNov 20th, 2014 by Bruce Murphy
Our two biggest cities and many top companies rank high in studies, but state schools rank low, as does Kohl’s Corp.
Nov 19th, 2014 by Ron Seely
Study traces problem to coal ash disposal by We Energies plants in Milwaukee and Kenosha counties.
Nov 19th, 2014 by Brendan O’Brien
Milwaukee education and job training center serves 240 young people; 87% get a job or enroll in college or military.
Yesterday’s MilwaukeeNov 19th, 2014 by Jeff Beutner
The intersection of Water and Mason streets was once Market Square, the civic and commercial heart of the city.
Nov 19th, 2014 by Bill Lueders
They defend GAB leader Kevin Kennedy, criticize Vos and say no legislative changes in ethics and elections board are needed.
Eyes on MilwaukeeNov 18th, 2014 by Jeramey Jannene
If Common Council approves at December 16 meeting, construction would start in late 2015, and Milwaukee would follow in footsteps of many other cities.
City BusinessNov 18th, 2014 by Helena Marie Fahnrich
Bar on MLK Dr. and next to Gee’s Clippers is already drawing NBA and NFL players.