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Eyes on Milwaukee: Hmong American Peace Academy Leaders Celebrate New Building
Eyes on Milwaukee

Hmong American Peace Academy Leaders Celebrate New Building

New high school will serve growing charter school on city's northwest side.

City Hall: DCD Leader Rocky Marcoux Will Retire
City Hall

DCD Leader Rocky Marcoux Will Retire

Marcoux has held position for 16 years, survived contentious reappointment battles.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Travaux Gets Entrepreneurial
Eyes on Milwaukee

Travaux Gets Entrepreneurial

City-affiliated entity lands private contract to oversee construction.

City Hall: City Targets Scam Artists and Slumlords
City Hall

City Targets Scam Artists and Slumlords

Fines doubled to ensure city-repaired bargain homes aren't turned into rentals.

Derailed: State’s Talgo Trains Still Sit Idle
Derailed

State’s Talgo Trains Still Sit Idle

Since Republicans killed deal with manufacturer, trains have sat unused in Beech Grove, Indiana. Part 6 of series.

Eyes on Milwaukee: $44 Million Soldiers Home Project Launched
Eyes on Milwaukee

$44 Million Soldiers Home Project Launched

Huge group of politicians, dignitaries, salute project to redevelop Civil War-era VA complex.

Plats and Parcels: Wangard Plans “Eagleknit” in Walker’s Point
Plats and Parcels

Wangard Plans “Eagleknit” in Walker’s Point

Plus: Action-packed week of real estate includes new apartments, downtown HQ and more pizza.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Why Talgo Stays in Milwaukee
Eyes on Milwaukee

Why Talgo Stays in Milwaukee

Company's customers are on the West Coast, so why expand its Milwaukee facility?

Eyes on Milwaukee: Talgo Lands $139 Million Contract
Eyes on Milwaukee

Talgo Lands $139 Million Contract

Will build the rail cars at its N. 27th St. facility in Milwaukee's Century City development.

Eyes on Milwaukee: A Luxury Tower with Affordable Housing
Eyes on Milwaukee

A Luxury Tower with Affordable Housing

Housing Authority to build 32-story, $150 million tower whose income would support affordable housing across city.

Early Music Now Announces New Executive and Artistic Director
Press Release

Early Music Now Announces New Executive and Artistic Director

Early Music Now has appointed Charles G. Grosz as its new Executive and Artistic Director.

The Return of Talgo

The Return of Talgo

Returns to central city plant here, will service and repairs trains for U.S. customers.

Lt. Governor Kleefisch departs Monday for weeklong trade mission to Mexico
Press Release

Lt. Governor Kleefisch departs Monday for weeklong trade mission to Mexico

WEDC-sponsored trip will focus on boosting exports to Mexico and attracting investment to Wisconsin

Rebuilding The State’s Largest Housing Complex

Rebuilding The State’s Largest Housing Complex

Phase 2 of Westlawn Public Housing project is huge undertaking with complex financing.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Talgo Coming Back to Milwaukee
Eyes on Milwaukee

Talgo Coming Back to Milwaukee

Spanish train manufacturer will overhaul Los Angeles subway cars in Century City.

Early Music Now Announces 30th Season Leadership
Press Release

Early Music Now Announces 30th Season Leadership

The volunteer Board of Directors welcomes trust and estates attorney Katherine W. Lambert as its new President.

The Last Train from Talgo

The Last Train from Talgo

Talgo moved its last trains from Milwaukee last night, ending this city’s dream of becoming a hub for state-of-the-art rail transit.

Plenty of Horne: State Delays on Talgo Claim
Plenty of Horne

State Delays on Talgo Claim

State claims board won't hear Talgo complaint at next meeting, and officials delay release of Talgo's legal filing, though it's a public record.

Murphy’s Law: Did the State Screw Talgo?
Murphy’s Law

Did the State Screw Talgo?

The train company's stunned CEO blasts Wisconsin for breaching its contract “like a Third World country.”