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Milwaukee Center
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    101 E. Kilbourn Ave.
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An Oasis In Junk Food Land

An Oasis In Junk Food Land

North Side complex offers healthy food at Juice Kitchen, Outpost Foods, Fondy Food Center.

Walnut Way Fires Its Executive Director

Walnut Way Fires Its Executive Director

Growing North Side non-profit fires Vernon after 6 months, acting director hired.

Eyes on Milwaukee: BMO Harris to Build New High-Rise
Eyes on Milwaukee

BMO Harris to Build New High-Rise

The story behind Milwaukee's newest tower and oldest bank, and how deal was done.

Colón appointment completes Greater Milwaukee Foundation Board expansion
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Colón appointment completes Greater Milwaukee Foundation Board expansion

The growth in board leadership was implemented to expand its governance capacity.

Walnut Way Capital Campaign Seeks $4.2 Million

Walnut Way Capital Campaign Seeks $4.2 Million

Phase II of Innovations and Wellness Commons brings more services, activity to 16th and North.

Murphy’s Law: Why Wisconsin Needs Mexico
Murphy’s Law

Why Wisconsin Needs Mexico

And how Trump’s get-tough policies will hurt the state.

The Future of Walnut Way

The Future of Walnut Way

New director LaShawndra Vernon continues work to transform area near 16th and North.

10 Years of Battling Teen Pregnancy

10 Years of Battling Teen Pregnancy

99.99% of participants in Pearls for Teen Girls program don’t become pregnant.

NEWaukeean of the Week: Michael Burmesch
NEWaukeean of the Week

Michael Burmesch

"Milwaukee residents have a true Midwestern warmth."

First-ever comprehensive study of Latino Milwaukee shows community’s impact on region
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First-ever comprehensive study of Latino Milwaukee shows community’s impact on region

Latino community study shows growth, opportunity, disparity

Associated Bank to Purchase Milwaukee Center
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Associated Bank to Purchase Milwaukee Center

Move supports its expanding commitment to the city

Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra Announces Expansive List of Holiday Performances
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Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra Announces Expansive List of Holiday Performances

From Handel’s Messiah to Country Music’s Sara Evans, MSO has something for everyone.

New Innovation & Wellness Commons Opens

New Innovation & Wellness Commons Opens

New facility created by Walnut Way on North Ave. seeks to transform neighborhood.

Mental Health Care Reform Still Has Issues

Mental Health Care Reform Still Has Issues

Milwaukee County struggles making transition to a community-based mental healthcare model.

Outpost store, juice bar part of Walnut Way’s North Ave. development
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Outpost store, juice bar part of Walnut Way’s North Ave. development

Now Serving: Oakland Avenue Pizza War?
Now Serving

Oakland Avenue Pizza War?

New Sal's pizzeria will compete with Lisa's and Carini's Conca D'Or.

Juice Kitchen Will Offer Healthy Drinks

Juice Kitchen Will Offer Healthy Drinks

Shop coming to 16th and North will offer fresh fruit and vegetable drinks.

Next Door President Keintz to retire; Board names Tracey Sparrow as successor
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Next Door President Keintz to retire; Board names Tracey Sparrow as successor

Dr. Sparrow’s deep expertise in early education and her focus on creating a better future for at-risk youth makes her ideally suited to lead Next Door.

Wellness Center Starts Serving North Side

Wellness Center Starts Serving North Side

Center on 16th and North has first tenant, non-profit serving the disabled.

Plenty of Horne: Transit Expansion Urged
Plenty of Horne

Transit Expansion Urged

Milwaukee is far behind other cities, which will make it harder to attract young workers, experts at conference agreed.

Home Care Workers Demand $15 Hour Pay

Home Care Workers Demand $15 Hour Pay

Care-givers working in state-funded program serving people with disabilities negotiate for better pay and benefits.

Growth of Poverty Wage Jobs Makes Rejection of BadgerCare Dollars a Fiscal Threat
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Growth of Poverty Wage Jobs Makes Rejection of BadgerCare Dollars a Fiscal Threat

The number of Wisconsin workers eligible for BadgerCare and who work for large poverty wage employers has increased by 8% over the last year.

What If Racism Ended Today?

What If Racism Ended Today?

Results of poll by YWCA will be used to develop training sessions for companies in cultural sensitivity.

Which Transit Projects Should Take Priority?

Which Transit Projects Should Take Priority?

NNS interviews six transportation advocates on how to make a better Milwaukee.

Mayor Barrett’s 2015 State of the City Address
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Mayor Barrett’s 2015 State of the City Address

Monday, March 9th, 2015 - Alverno College

Ritz Holman Renews Lease at the Plaza East Office Center
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Ritz Holman Renews Lease at the Plaza East Office Center

RFP Commercial Recent Lease Transactions

Can Wellness Center Revive North Avenue?

Can Wellness Center Revive North Avenue?

Groundbreaking for new center at 16th and North shows impact of Walnut Way's leadership.

County Mental Health Board’s Slow Start Prompts Questions

County Mental Health Board’s Slow Start Prompts Questions

Volunteer board and emphasis on community-based care has worked in other cities but going slow here.

Vantage Point: From the Hyatt Polaris Room
Vantage Point

From the Hyatt Polaris Room

My goal was to duplicate the 1896 view of Milwaukee in the famous lithograph. Not quite, but great views anyway.

Finally, Mental Health Care System Improving

Finally, Mental Health Care System Improving

Decades overdue, system is moving toward more community care and less overload at county mental health care complex.

The Milwaukee County Transit System to Host Public Meetings
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The Milwaukee County Transit System to Host Public Meetings

Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) has scheduled two public meetings to describe the new proposed routes stemming from a grant awarded by the Federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ) Program.

Greater Milwaukee Foundation invests nearly $30,000 toward Milwaukee area summer programs, activities
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Greater Milwaukee Foundation invests nearly $30,000 toward Milwaukee area summer programs, activities

The Greater Milwaukee Foundation awarded $29,800 in grants to area agencies

House Confidential: Power Broker Bill Drew’s Home Office
House Confidential

Power Broker Bill Drew’s Home Office

Drew and his wife, consultant Mary Cannon, made a lot of money working from their lovely West Side colonial home. It's on the Spaces and Traces tour tomorrow.

Junior League of Milwaukee selects Milwaukee Center for Independence as its 100th Anniversary Community Partner
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Junior League of Milwaukee selects Milwaukee Center for Independence as its 100th Anniversary Community Partner

Partnership will help meet community need to support babies born to drug-addicted mothers

Envisioning the Seen: Milwaukee’s Future – Today, June 18th
Envisioning the Seen

Milwaukee’s Future – Today, June 18th

The Pabst Theater plays host to Envisioning the Seen: Milwaukee's Future tonight, June 18th. Ten Milwaukeeans and two moderators will hold an open-ended, fireside-style discussion, followed by an audience question and answer period.

What’s Milwaukee?

What’s Milwaukee?

Thou art thyself, though not Milwaukee. What’s Milwaukee? It is not block nor building, not park or plaza or any other part belonging to a city. Would a city by any other name have so much potential? So Milwaukee would, if not Milwaukee called, retain that dear structure which it owns without that title. What is in the name Milwaukee anyway? Fortuitously, the name is derived from the Algonquian word Millioke, which literally means “good/beautiful/pleasant land”.

The Roundup: Jeff Stone Punk’d?
The Roundup

Jeff Stone Punk’d?

Seems like somebody is messing around with Rep. Jeff Stone's campaign identity.

Investor, developer team up to bid on Milwaukee Center
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Investor, developer team up to bid on Milwaukee Center

Trammel Crow may bid to regain ownership of Milwaukee Center
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Trammel Crow may bid to regain ownership of Milwaukee Center

Office building boom has tenants hopping
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Office building boom has tenants hopping

Office tower planned for lakefront
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Office tower planned for lakefront