City leaders at economic summit say more development must occur in neighborhoods. Nov 3rd, 2016 by Jabril Faraj
Promising effort employs minorities in construction, needs more monitoring and funding. Oct 25th, 2016 by Jabril Faraj
Black community leaders pay tribute to Eric Von, challenge youth to “pick up the baton.”Sep 22nd, 2016 by Jabril Faraj
Hamilton and 11 other aldermen call for “holistic approach” to gun violence. Jun 8th, 2016 by Jabril Faraj
Data on Milwaukee CEOs discussed at UWM summit on inequality. Dec 1st, 2015 by Jabril Faraj
The event takes place at 4 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 19, in the Edith S. Hefter Conference Center, 3271 N. Lake Dr. Nov 13th, 2015 by University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Summit explores the causes of high black male unemployment in Milwaukee.Oct 31st, 2015 by Jabril Faraj
Bashes concealed carry law, says carrying illegal firearm should be a felony. Sep 10th, 2015 by Jabril Faraj
Two commentators fiercely disagree as to whether Wisconsin has turned the corner. Who’s right? Apr 1st, 2015 by Bruce Thompson
Opponents say it won’t. Let’s examine the data. Feb 4th, 2015 by Bruce Thompson
Almost overnight, the city has become an international leader in water technology, says the national media. Are they right? Jan 6th, 2015 by Bruce Murphy
Statement from Alderman Joe Davis, Sr. December 9, 2014Dec 9th, 2014 by Joe Davis, Sr.
Liberal and conservatives adamantly disagree. What does the data show?Jul 9th, 2014 by Bruce Thompson
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Badger Meter CEO says Milwaukee can remake itself as 15th century Florence once did, in speech at downtown GMC event. Feb 11th, 2014 by Michael Horne
Discussion at the Bradley Center will center around future of facility, and the possibility a new arena.Oct 21st, 2013 by UWM Alumni Association
Journal Sentinel claims it’s because MATC does a poor job of training workers. Is that true? Jul 11th, 2013 by Bruce Murphy
Journal Sentinel stories continue to insist we do, but a new study says no.
Jun 11th, 2013 by Bruce Murphy
The business leader's unproven idea of a “skills gap” is misleading state policymakers.
Mar 7th, 2013 by Bruce Murphy
Can Milwaukee become a world water hub? It’s betting $74 million it can.
Oct 17th, 2012 by Bruce Murphy
Professor Marc Levine presented a a communication from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Center for Economic Development regarding employment trends in the country’s cities. Professor Levine presented a fairly bleak view of Milwaukee’s job market and although he thought some of the efforts by the City of Milwaukee were positive he said they were “micro fixes […]Feb 21st, 2008 by Dave Reid