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1995 POSTS 0 COMMENTSLauren Anderson covers health care, nonprofits and education for BizTimes. Lauren previously reported on education for the Waukesha Freeman. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she studied journalism. In her free time, Lauren enjoys hiking, kayaking, and seeing live music.
After weathering a devastating 14 months, all 14 United Performing Arts Fund member groups plan to resume in-person performances and programs this year.
Scaling Wellness in Milwaukee has named banking executive Eugene Manzanet as its first executive director.
In 2010, a report commissioned by Milwaukee County’s Behavioral Health Division charted a path forward for the department, which was deemed overly reliant on...
Diana Schmidt Property and casualty consultant, principal Hausmann-Johnson Insurance Nonprofit served: Blessings in a Backpack Waukesha County Service: Vice president of the board Diana Schmidt was participating in the...
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra’s first official season in the new Bradley Symphony Center will include a performance by Yo-Yo Ma, a world premiere commission, a screening of "The Princess Bride" with live orchestra accompaniment and a tribute to the Beatles.
The Greater Milwaukee Foundation is making available $1 million in low-interest loans for small businesses in three Milwaukee north side neighborhoods.
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services said it will connect employers with vaccine providers to offer on-site workplace COVID-19 vaccinations.
Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast sold its 112-acre Camp Pottawatomie Hills property in Walworth County for just under $2 million.
The Milwaukee-based Zilber Family Foundation announced it has awarded $1.7 million in grants to 19 nonprofit organizations.
Sculpture Milwaukee announced the roster of artwork that will begin appearing around downtown later this month as part of the organization's fifth annual exhibition.
In a rebuke of Milwaukee Public Schools, Northwestern Mutual chief executive officer John Schlifske said the Milwaukee-based life insurance company is giving $750,000 to support charter and private schools in the city.