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1690 POSTS 0 COMMENTSMaredithe Meyer covers restaurants, retail, tourism, and sports and entertainment. She joined BizTimes in 2015, previously as an intern reporter. She earned a degree in journalism from Marquette University in 2017. When she's not on the job, Maredithe coaches field hockey and loves exploring her favorite city on earth, Milwaukee.
The ThriveOn Collaboration this week announced that Versiti will be a tenant in its ThriveOn King building in Milwaukee’s Bronzeville district.
After 20 years in downtown Sheboygan, home accessories store Nest has moved across town to the Shops at Woodlake in Kohler.
Olivia Arnold grew up in a household where cancer was somewhat of a “buzzword.” Her father was diagnosed with cancer when she was just three...
FPC Live's announcement Monday that it will move forward with its proposed indoor music venue project at the former Bradley Center site in the Deer District instead of near the Summerfest grounds in the Historic Third Ward was the result of several years of conversations with the Milwaukee Bucks, company execs say.
In a region with an economy historically dominated by large, national companies like Sargento Foods, Johnsonville and Kohler Co., Lakeland University is taking steps...
In its quarter one earnings report Thursday morning, Menomonee Falls-based Kohl's Corp. was quick to point out that 2022 is off to a disappointing start.
An affiliate of Milwaukee-based Bars & Recreation has purchased the former CasTech Inc. building at 6325 W. National Ave. in West Allis.
Milwaukee American Heart Association raised $1 million at its 45th annual Heart and Stroke Ball.
Menomonee Falls-based Kohl’s Corp. announced Wednesday that shareholders have re-elected all 13 incumbent board directors over the 10 candidates nominated by activist investor Macellum Capital Management.
The $420 million Wisconsin Center expansion hit two milestones Tuesday as crews completed the project's first large concrete pour and began to erect a 230-foot tower crane at the site, which is situated north of the existing convention center building long North Kilbourn Avenue in downtown Milwaukee.