JEFFERSON COUNTY
  KENOSHA COUNTY
Ottawa University partners with Gateway on low-cost bachelor’s degrees

Ottawa University has partnered with another area technical school, Kenosha-based Gateway Technical College, to offer to offer a bachelor’s degree program for adult learners that costs less than $20,000.
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  MILWAUKEE COUNTY
Meltric Corp. moves to new building

Franklin-based Meltric Corp., a manufacturer of electrical plugs and receptacles for industrial users, recently moved to a new 90,000-square-foot building at 4765 W. Oakwood Park Drive.
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  OZAUKEE COUNTY
Laser tag center planned for former Grafton Pick 'n Save store

A laser tag amusement center is planned for part of a former Pick 'n Save store space at 1827 Wisconsin Ave. in Grafton.
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  RACINE COUNTY
Vista Dental to double Racine workforce

Inter-Med Inc., doing business as Vista Dental Products, plans to move to a new location and nearly double its workforce in Racine.
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  SHEBOYGAN COUNTY
Meijer plans Sheboygan store at Memorial Mall site

Grand Rapids, Mich.-based Meijer Inc. plans to demolish a portion of Memorial Mall in Sheboygan, including the former Sears store space, to build a new Meijer store.
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  WALWORTH COUNTY
  WASHINGTON COUNTY
United Way of Washington County determined to improve work ethic of future workforce

Under a new business model that positions United Way of Washington County as a community problem solver and a convener, the nonprofit organization is pivoting much of its focus toward a solution for the county's workforce crisis.
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  WAUKESHA COUNTY
Costco pays $2.85 million for New Berlin store site

Issaquah, Wash.-based Costco Wholesale Corp. paid $2.85 million to buy a 17.6-acre site in New Berlin where it plans to build a a new 156,000-square-foot store, according to state records.
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