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Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Past articles by Vince:

SHARP Literacy takes annual fundraiser to Waukesha

SHARP Literacy, a Milwaukee based non-profit that promotes reading and education, will stage its annual "Unwrapped" fundraiser in Waukesha this year. → Read More

Share-A-Pair shoe and sock drive 'kicks' off

The annual Share-A-Pair shoe and sock drive is on. Stan's Fit For Your Feet locations in the Milwaukee area are collecting new and gently used shoes as well as new socks. → Read More

Gene Mueller reflects on four decades of Milwaukee radio, ahead of retirement

After more than 40 years on the Milwaukee airwaves, Gene Mueller will give his last broadcast on Newsradio WTMJ February 25th. → Read More

Greendale has big plans for vacant property at Southridge Mall

The Village of Greendale is moving forward with a plan to tear down the former Boston Store at Southridge Mall and build a mixed use, residential development that could add 790 apartment units. → Read More

'The busiest corner in the state': Local restaurateur, developer wants to build a high rise in Wauwatosa

Local restaurateur and developer Johnny Vassalo's plans to expand in the Milwaukee area do not include more restaurants. The founder of Mo’s A Place For Steaks, and two Mo’s Irish Pubs, now wants to build a high rise in Wauwatosa. → Read More

Golf attraction Luxe Golf Bays rising at the Rock in Franklin

Talked about for years, a golf and social attraction known as Luxe Golf Bays will open in Ballpark Commons in Franklin this spring. → Read More

Milwaukee Art Museum celebrates 20th anniversary of iconic Calatrava 'wings'

The addition to the Milwaukee Art Museum designed by Santiago Calatrava opened 20 years ago this fall. Museum and City leaders say its positive impact is only growing. → Read More

Milwaukee Rep returns to full capacity shows

For the first time since the pandemic, Milwaukee Repertory Theater is welcoming full-house audiences back to its productions. → Read More

Cowboys Hall of Famer Emmitt Smith coaches business leaders at Milwaukee conference

Emmitt Smith, one of the key reasons the Packers' playoff hopes died in Dallas year after year in the mid-1990s, received a warm welcome at the CARW event at Fiserv Forum. → Read More

Ryder Cup fans get their first taste of the electric and raucous atmosphere

Fans packed the grandstand surrounding the first tee at Whistling Straits, as Team USA got started with practice rounds in the Ryder Cup. → Read More

Sheboygan artist captures beauty of the Ryder Cup grounds

A group of 22 local artists captured the beauty of Whistling Straits, host of the Ryder Cup in Sheboygan County. Granted exclusive access to the Kohler Company Courses, the photographers and painters hope to capitalize on the promise of Ryder Cup crowds this week. → Read More

'Welcome To Cleveland' rooftop still spooking Milwaukee passengers decades later

On a whim in 1978, a Milwaukee photographer painted the words, "welcome to Cleveland" on the rooftop of his Bay View studio. The story has gone viral many times over, and it's still freaking out airline passengers who are moments away from landing at Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport. → Read More

Milwaukee's own Milorganite: 95 years of greener pastures

One of Milwaukee's oldest and largest recycling operations is at the Jones Island Treatment Plant for Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District. Turning a byproduct of the treatment process into fertilizer is win for local taxpayers and the environment, keeping tons of waste out of landfills. → Read More

Grandstands, big tents taking shape at Whistling Straits

The massive build-out in preparation for the Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits is already taking shape nearly two months before the global golf event comes to Sheboygan County. → Read More

Noah's Ark in Wisconsin Dells opens this weekend after shortened COVID-19 season

Noah's Ark in Wisconsin Dells, opened late and closed early in 2020 due to COVID. America's largest Waterpark is planning on full schedule and capacity this summer. → Read More

Special Olympics Wisconsin returns to group events

Special Olympics Wisconsin athletes are getting back to larger, group competitions after a year of small events and virtual programming. Meanwhile, the "Polar Plunge" comes to summer for the first time as 5K fun run participants can take a cool dip. → Read More

Potawatomi Hotel & Casino dropping many COVID-19 restrictions

Potawatomi Hotel & Casino will drop its mask mandate and ramp up operations June 1. → Read More

Expansion to double size of Wisconsin Center to begin soon

This spring, the Wisconsin Center District Board green-lighted a long-discussed plan to expand Milwaukee's primary convention space, the Wisconsin Center. The Wisconsin Center District President & CEO promises a wise investment to benefit the region, as he focuses now on emerging from the pandemic. → Read More

Help wanted: Kenosha County's ULINE to hire 500 people

The job market is highly competitive as both rebounding and expanding businesses are fighting for workers. Many have increased pay, benefits, and outreach as they work to fill immediate openings. ULINE in Pleasant Prairie needs 500 workers now for warehouse and corporate positions in Kenosha County. → Read More

New investment, visitors flocking to Rock County community of Beloit

Beloit locals acknowledge their City has not always enjoyed a good reputation. With new investment in the river front and downtown, that reputation is quickly changing. → Read More