A new park and a space for public events – along with housing and offices – aim to turn around a stretch of Milwaukee River frontage.
The South Milwaukee Industrial Museum, an attached event space and a nearby public space will have themes evoking the city’s longtime mining equipment manufacturer.
Instead of letting Milwaukee County boost its sales tax, lawmakers will debate how to pay for local government and pensions
The once-bustling Northridge Mall supposedly died in 2003, but it’s still on a ventilator 17 years later. Milwaukee wants to unplug it.
This heinous crime isn’t a felony … yet.
With the Democratic National Convention in town, Milwaukee is ready to party.
To secure another term, Tom Barrett will have to defeat two challengers. But Old Man Winter might be his most unpredictable threat.
A panel discussion at the Milwaukee Press Club raised the question.
A bill is moving through the state legislature right now. The scholarships could already have been created by the state budget, but it was line-item vetoed by Gov. Tony Evers.
For better or worse, our city more strongly identifies with beer than it does with insurance. But there’s nothing we can do about it.