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Sal “The Voice” Valentinetti to Headline Festa Italiana’s Italian Line-Up
Press Release

Sal “The Voice” Valentinetti to Headline Festa Italiana’s Italian Line-Up

“America’s Got Talent” Finalist will be joined by Ray Massa’s EuroRhythms, The Sicilian Tenors, Tre Principesse, Anna Calemme, and the Florentine Opera

St. Rita Church to be Razed, Replaced

St. Rita Church to be Razed, Replaced

Plan includes $20 million senior living complex on Lower East Side.

Festa Italiana Celebrates 40 years with $7 for 7 Days Ticket Deal Starting April 17
Press Release

Festa Italiana Celebrates 40 years with $7 for 7 Days Ticket Deal Starting April 17

Join the Italian Community’s 40-year tradition of food, family and festivities July 21-23, 2017

Plenty of Horne: Summerfest Plans Bang-Up Banner
Plenty of Horne

Summerfest Plans Bang-Up Banner

The huge 50th anniversary sign is unique. "Horrible," says Ald. Bauman.

Plenty of Horne: The Return of Condos
Plenty of Horne

The Return of Condos

First condos since 2008 announced for Third Ward by developer Peter Renner.

Plenty of Horne: New Stage for Summerfest Coming
Plenty of Horne

New Stage for Summerfest Coming

U.S. Cellular inks 10-year deal; will spend millions to replace its music facility by 2018.

Supervisor Romo West Extends Gratitude for Heroin and Opiate Town Hall
Press Release

Supervisor Romo West Extends Gratitude for Heroin and Opiate Town Hall

Meeting to be Held at 5:30 p.m. Today at Italian Conference Center

Photo Gallery: Festa Italiana Pleases the Crowd
Photo Gallery

Festa Italiana Pleases the Crowd

A little ersatz, perhaps, but still fun, as our photos show.

Milwaukee County to be recognized as Silver Award winner at upcoming Well City Milwaukee event
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Milwaukee County to be recognized as Silver Award winner at upcoming Well City Milwaukee event

The wellness program at Milwaukee County was designed and implemented with best practices based on what’s worked well in other organizations.

You, Too, Can Buy a Home

You, Too, Can Buy a Home

Homeownership Fair helps renters see how they can save money by buying a home.

Freshwater Mecca: Is Milwaukee the Leading Freshwater City?
Freshwater Mecca

Is Milwaukee the Leading Freshwater City?

Perhaps no American city provides more access to its rivers and lake shore. First of a series.

Italian ambassador to visit Italian Immersion program at MPS’ Victory School
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Italian ambassador to visit Italian Immersion program at MPS’ Victory School

School one of the first of its kind in the U.S.; visit set for Monday

Plenty of Horne: New Coffee House on Jackson Street
Plenty of Horne

New Coffee House on Jackson Street

Pleasant Kafe opens on street where three new apartment complexes opened within the last year.

Nonprofit Conference – “Building Opportunity for Boys and Men of Color”
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Nonprofit Conference – “Building Opportunity for Boys and Men of Color”

National Speakers Leon Andrews and Eric Grimes Announced

Milwaukee County Aging Study Shows Changing Face of Population
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Milwaukee County Aging Study Shows Changing Face of Population

Extensive Study Looks at Adults 60 and Older

The Roundup: State Elections Board Responds to Complaint Against Walker
The Roundup

State Elections Board Responds to Complaint Against Walker

John Weishan and Gerry Broderick filed an official complaint today with the Wisconsin State Elections Board against Milwaukee County Executive Scott Walker.

The Roundup: Mequon Turns Voter Away
The Roundup

Mequon Turns Voter Away

The City of Mequon told a local man who tried to register and vote at City Hall last week that he was “too late.”

The Roundup: Burke Gets Break
The Roundup

Burke Gets Break

The Supreme Court granted a stay Friday, and Burke’s trial is postponed.

The Roundup: Drink for Free
The Roundup

Drink for Free

One of the joys of electoral politics is that the polls eventually close on election day and then it is up to us to flock to the parties.

The Roundup: Plale Recall Drive Begins
The Roundup

Plale Recall Drive Begins

Can a group of south side political activists pull themselves together enough to acquire 13,212 signatures to force a recall election against Sen. Jeff Plale? Rep. Jon Richards said he doubts it. “This thing is going nowhere,” says Rep. Josh Zepnick. “These people are so lazy! They’ve taken out a newspaper ad asking people to […]

The Roundup: Mary Glorioso’s Death a Shock to Brady Street Community
The Roundup

Mary Glorioso’s Death a Shock to Brady Street Community

A car accident Saturday claimed the life of Mary Glorioso, 83, the matriarch of the family, a long-time fixture of the Brady Street neighborhood. Glorioso died Monday evening as the result of severe trauma she suffered in an automobile accident. Glorioso and her husband Joe opened Glorioso Brothers, 1020 E. Brady Street in 1948. The […]

The Roundup: Liz Cheney to Open Bush-Cheney Office Here
The Roundup

Liz Cheney to Open Bush-Cheney Office Here

If you are over by Mayfair Monday, you can drop by the grand opening of the Bush–Cheney’04 Wisconsin Headquarters, 2222 N. Mayfair Rd., Wauwatosa.  The opening is open to the press, and Liz Cheney will be available for interviews. The event is at noon and features such other dignitaries as Rep. Leah Vukmir, Rep. Mark […]

The Roundup: The Extraordinary Longevity of Milwaukee Politicians
The Roundup

The Extraordinary Longevity of Milwaukee Politicians

We have had twice as many Mayors as we have had City Treasurers since 1917.

The Roundup: The Last of Kerry as a Free Man?
The Roundup

The Last of Kerry as a Free Man?

Last Monday February 16th – Presidents Day – John Kerry, in Milwaukee, made what might have been one of his final appearances as a “free” man. By Friday, home in Boston, Kerry had asked for and received Secret Service protection. The protection, which will last through the election should he become the nominee, and for […]

The Roundup: Art Jones Pension better than $100K per year
The Roundup

Art Jones Pension better than $100K per year

Two other Mayoral candidates eligible soon

Murphy’s Law: Why Did Chief Jones Protect a Man With a Violent Record?
Murphy’s Law

Why Did Chief Jones Protect a Man With a Violent Record?

Earlier this week, Milwaukee Police Chief Jones used his power to protect Wendell Jones, the husband of County Supervisor Elizabeth Coggs-Jones.

Murphy’s Law: Superintendent Burmaster Slaps The Governor Around
Murphy’s Law

Superintendent Burmaster Slaps The Governor Around

My, how times have changed.