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Viewpoints: Legislature should prioritize talent attraction in budget

Driving back from my family's cabin in Waupaca over the weekend, something caught my attention; nearly a dozen billboards advertised skilled, entry-level jobs in the manufacturing and food production industries, many offering annual wages of $40,000 to $50,000.

Illinois ag equipment manufacturer leases space at former...

An Illinois agricultural equipment manufacturer is the newest tenant at the former Bucyrus campus in South Milwaukee.

Scooter’s Coffee, Taco John’s proposed in West Milwaukee

A vacant commercial property in West Milwaukee could become the site of two new-to-market quick-service franchises, Scooter's Coffee and Taco John's.The restaurants are being...

Here are the steps University of Alabama football...

As a college football coach who has led his teams to seven national championships, Nick Saban knows a little something about traveling the road to success.

Milwaukee Habitat opens new ReStore in Franklin

Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity celebrated the opening of its new ReStore resale store and donation center in Franklin on Friday.The new store is located...

🔒 Milwaukee Tool commits to $15 wage for...

Milwaukee Tool's plan to take over a downtown Milwaukee office building got its first public hearing this week, where city officials revealed the company...

🔒 Milwaukee-based PAXAFE raises $2.25 million

Milwaukee smart packaging startup PAXAFE announced it has raised $2.25 million in a seed funding round.The round, which was led by Palo Alto-based VC...

Tour of America’s Dairyland moves forward with 2021...

After last year's hiatus due to COVID-19, Tour of America's Dairyland will return this summer, visiting as many as 10 communities in southeastern Wisconsin.The...

Florida-based boat club opening Milwaukee location

A Florida-based boat club announced it will open a new Milwaukee location at McKinley Marina as part of its Midwest expansion.Freedom Boat Club, a...

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Jim Johnson

Johnson joins PARADIGM in providing brokerage and consulting services to owners and tenants of industrial and commercial properties in Wisconsin.Prior to his role with...

Craig Bauer

North Shore Bank today announced Craig Bauer as the vice president of commercial banking. Bauer, with more than 25 years of experience, will be...

Sean Bolling

Perlick is pleased to welcome Sean Bolling to our team as Plant Manager. He brings over 17 years of military and manufacturing leadership experience...

Justin Marquis

Abacus Architects, Inc. is pleased to announce the promotion of Justin Marquis to Principal. Marquis joined the firm in 2014 as an Architectural Technician...

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Steve Palec ending Rock ‘n Roll Roots...

Steve Palec, a prominent figure the last 35-plus years in Milwaukee commercial real estate and also a longtime local radio show host, will be ending his Rock 'n Roll Roots show on WKLH-FM 96.5.

Harley-Davidson nominates Ford’s CEO for board of...

Ford Motor Co. president and CEO James Farley Jr. will join Harley-Davidson’s board of directors if elected during the motorcycle manufacturer’s annual meeting in May, according to a proxy statement filed April 9.

Kwik Trip named presenting sponsor for NASCAR...

La Crosse-based convenience store chain Kwik Trip has agreed to become the presenting sponsor of the NASCAR Cup Series race at Road America near Elkhart Lake.

PGA Tour Champions event in Madison to...

The American Family Insurance Championship, a PGA Tour Champions event held at University Ridge Golf Course in Madison, will return this year, with up to 5,000 attendees allowed per day.

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