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Lauren Anderson
Lauren Anderson covers health care, nonprofits, education and insurance for BizTimes. Lauren previously reported on education for the Waukesha Freeman. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she studied journalism, history and African studies. In her free time, Lauren enjoys spending time with family and friends and seeing live music wherever she can.

First Stage launches relief fund as it prepares for virtual season

Milwaukee youth theater organization First Stage has launched a relief initiative to help it weather the challenges of moving to a fully remote 2020-’21 season. 

WCTC narrows presidential search to two finalists

Waukesha County Technical College’s board has narrowed the search for its next president to two finalists.

Scaling Wellness in Milwaukee plans nonprofit hub on city’s near west...

The organizers of a Milwaukee-based initiative aimed at increasing awareness of trauma and supporting trauma-informed work in the community plan to develop a collaborative hub for nine nonprofits on the city’s near west side. 

🔒 Wisconsin Pharmacal names new president

Jackson-based Wisconsin Pharmacal Company has named Andrew Wundrock as its new president.

🔒 Advanced Pain Management files for receivership

Greenfield-based Advanced Pain Management, LLC and the Milwaukee-based company that provides its administrative services have filed a petition for receivership in Milwaukee County Circuit Court.

Impact100 Greater Milwaukee awards over $400,000 in grants

Impact100 Greater Milwaukee has awarded $100,000 grants each to Lighthouse Youth Center, Milwaukee Public Library Foundation, NAMI Waukesha, Inc. and Operation DREAM.
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UPAF campaign brings in $11.7 million for arts groups

The United Performing Arts Fund’s 2020 campaign raised about $11.7 million for Milwaukee-area arts groups, the fund announced Monday.

Evers extends statewide mask mandate

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers today extended the statewide face covering mandate through Nov. 21.

New Bublr Bikes stations planned for these 26 sites

The city of Milwaukee has announced the locations of 26 new Bublr Bikes stations as part of the nonprofit bike share system’s 2021 expansion plans.

Marcus Center moving forward with phase one of renovations

The Marcus Performing Arts Center said it has received funding to move forward with a planned renovation of its Uihlein Hall and create a new outdoor public space on its downtown Milwaukee campus.

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