The Week’s Greatest Hits
Most popular articles and press releases in the past week
Most popular articles in the past week.
Allison Meinhardt is working to open new business in historic building.
Sep 27th, 2019 by Catherine Jozwik
Plus: Work underway on effort to save Soldiers’ Home.
Sep 22nd, 2019 by Jeramey Jannene
Development group buys downtown double mansion, plans 18-room hotel by DNC.
Sep 25th, 2019 by Jeramey Jannene
Trump’s lawyer has “inactive” license in D.C. so can’t defend president there.
Jun 28th, 2018 by Michael Horne
Former home of Waterford Wine could become retail store, cafe or restaurant.
Sep 23rd, 2019 by Jeramey Jannene
Most popular press releases in the past week.
1. U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin Statement on President Trump’s Nominee for Secretary of the U.S. Department of Labor
“This nominee is the wrong choice because workers, whistleblowers and union members need a Secretary of Labor who will fight for them on many important issues like worker rights, workplace safety, and discrimination and harassment in the workplace.”
Sep 24th, 2019 by U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin
Foxconn seeks to hire students interested in careers involving industrial artificial intelligence, smart display, high-performance computing, 5G networks, industrial big data, smart display, and more
Sep 25th, 2019 by Foxconn Technology Group
Highlights include live music, limited-edition beers and breweriana, brat eating and stein holding contests, Hammerschlagen for charity and a 1920s-era horse-drawn beer wagon
Sep 26th, 2019 by Pabst Milwaukee Brewery and Taproom
Statement of Alderman Michael J. Murphy September 25, 2019
Sep 25th, 2019 by Ald. Michael Murphy
Over 40 Doors Open sites within a few blocks of the route; Milwaukee Downtown Public Service Ambassadors to hand out Hop giveaways on the streetcar during the event
Sep 25th, 2019 by The Hop
This year’s unique maps, which were revealed at a gallery night at the Mitchell Park Domes on Thursday night.
Sep 26th, 2019 by Milwaukee County Parks
8. Rep. Shankland Coauthors Legislation to Legalize Medical Cannabis in Wisconsin for Fourth Consecutive Session
“This commonsense bill will make a real difference in the lives of people who are suffering, and if passed, will improve their quality of life significantly.”
Sep 20th, 2019 by State Rep. Katrina Shankland
He has been an assistant district attorney with Brown County for 11 years, where he has prosecuted cases ranging from complex property crimes to homicide and sexual assault.
Sep 20th, 2019 by Gov. Tony Evers
School choice, religious freedom at stake in Espinoza v. Montana
Sep 25th, 2019 by Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty