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Maredithe Meyer

Maredithe Meyer
Maredithe Meyer started as an intern reporter at BizTimes in summer 2015. She currently covers entertainment, sports, tourism and restaurants. In May 2017, she graduated with a journalism degree from Marquette University where she worked as an in-depth projects reporter for the Marquette Wire and Marquette Tribune.

Steny’s temporarily closes after COVID-19 exposure

Less than one month after reopening its doors to the public in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, Steny's Tavern & Grill in Walker's Point has again closed temporarily.

In focus: The Milky Way Drive-In

Almost every evening since Memorial Day weekend, cars have lined the parking lot the recently renamed Franklin Field – and it’s not for minor...
Ristorante Bartolotta employees are required to wear masks. Photo Credit: The Bartolotta Restaurants.

Bartolotta Restaurants to begin phased reopening

After a near four-month hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, The Bartolotta Restaurants is beginning to revive its Milwaukee-area restaurants in light of a new normal for the restaurant industry.
Nicole Robbins

🔒 5 minutes with: Nicole Robbins

Nicole Robbins’ first year as executive director of MLK EDC has been nothing short of exciting. In January, the neighborhood-based nonprofit development organization was...
James Burnett

🔒 James Burnett on Kane Communications’ ‘open door’ policy for discussing...

BizTimes reporter Maredithe Meyer recently caught up with James Burnett, director of strategic public relations for Milwaukee-based Kane Communications, who discussed the public relations...

🔒 Shaneé Jenkins on the YMCA’s social responsibility

BizTimes Milwaukee reporter Maredithe Meyer recently spoke with Shaneé Jenkins, vice president operations – social responsibility for the YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee, about the...
The tool room at MGS’s Germantown campus.

Focus on the future of manufacturing, workforce and housing during Washington...

When preparing for the uncertainty that lies ahead, your plan doesn’t matter as much as your philosophy, said futurist David Zach, the keynote speaker...

🔒 Mostly virtual DNC prompts discussion about Milwaukee seeking 2024 convention

The Democrats have reassured that Milwaukee will remain a centerpiece of what's been reduced to a mostly virtual convention this summer, but with only a fraction of the visitors coming to town and the threat of the coronavirus still looming, the once-promised national spotlight is looking pretty dim.
DNC 2020 will be held at Fiserv Forum.

DNC changed to a mostly virtual event

Jolted by the COVID-19, the 2020 Democratic National Convention, originally expected to bring 50,000 visitors, national and and international media attention and provide a $250 million economic impact to Milwaukee, has officially been reduced to a mostly virtual event, officials announced Wednesday.
Pearl Mist cruise ship visiting Milwaukee in 2019 during a Great Lakes cruise.

🔒 All passenger cruises to Milwaukee canceled this year due to...

Port Milwaukee will not welcome any passenger cruise ships this summer, because of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

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