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Carole Meekins


Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Past articles by Carole:

$10M investment: Four affordable housing development contracts signed in Milwaukee County

Four development contracts were signed for affordable housing units in South Milwaukee, Wauwatosa, and Brown Deer. It is the first step in the development process for Milwaukee County. → Read More

Bayshore Mall partial collapse: Ramp installed to access stranded cars

A temporary ramp is now up at Bayshore Mall in Glendale on Tuesday, after one of their garages partially collapsed. It will be used to drive stranded cars down from the second floor. → Read More

Fiddleheads Coffee shops offering opportunities for artists

Leaders with Fiddleheads chose 25 artists to do 25 pieces in honor of the business' 25th anniversary. → Read More

Milwaukee residents are stocking up ahead of this week's holiday winter storm

Milwaukee residents at the Sherman Park Grocery say they like snow, but not snowstorms. They are keeping positive attitudes as they prepare to hunker down during the heavy snow. → Read More

Sheboygan native produces film that premiered in Hollywood

Carole Meekins had the opportunity to sit down with Sheboygan native Katie O'Regan — who is also a film producer and actress! → Read More

When worlds collide: Wisconsin soccer fans excited to see Packers play in London

Fans were busy cheering soccer at the Red Lion Pub on Tuesday, but on the minds of many, was this weekend's Packers game. → Read More

Whitefish Bay teen wants those struggling with depression to know help is available

Saving lives — That's the goal of a teen from Whitefish Bay during Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. Sophie Grass wants us all to know that help is out there. → Read More

Push to vote: Milwaukee area groups work to register voters, motivate them ahead of November election

Groups across the Milwaukee area worked to register voters and motivate them to plan for Election Day. → Read More

A Milwaukee business is home to the world's largest collection of wipes

More than 25,000 types of wipes can be found at Rebel Converting in northwest Milwaukee. President Mike Kryshak has been collecting portable cleaning aids for more than three decades. → Read More

3 shows to check out at Milwaukee Mitchell Park Domes

The Mitchell Park Show Dome is full of Faerie Gardens right now. Don't miss the mums on display for the fall show! → Read More

Wings to Fly: Racine Police Department program teaching students about aviation

Wings to Fly is a program in Racine giving new aviation experiences to young people who have faced tough challenges. There's an emphasis on females and minorities. → Read More

'Souls to the Polls' leader warns Milwaukeeans not to squander opportunity to vote

The head of "Souls to the Polls” is sharing his commitment to making sure more people take part in all elections. → Read More

Milwaukee sanitary wipe company sees ebb and flow with COVID-19 pandemic

The arrival of COVID meant steady business for the sanitary wipe industry. The demand lessened with the arrival of vaccines, and as COVID cases declined. → Read More

Local health clinic aims to improve so much more than physical wellness

The Findley Foundation Health Clinic wants all of its patients to feel healthy, whole and empowered. → Read More

Rain doesn't stop 5th annual Harambee neighborhood cleanup on Earth Day

While Mother Nature was not overly cooperative with the weather on Friday, that didn't stop the fifth annual Harambee Neighborhood Cleanup going on as scheduled. → Read More

Joanne Williams discusses her new documentary, 'Exchange in White America'

The documentary explores a student exchange program between Rufus King and Kaukauna High Schools. → Read More

Serb Hall Fish Fry returns to Milwaukee's south side

A Milwaukee tradition is piping hot. The famous Serb Hall Fish Fry is once again dishing out its delicious dinners. → Read More

Ingredients for success: Milwaukee baker serves up so much more than sweet treats

Martha "Memah" Austin is a minister and a motivator and shares her wisdom with young adults. → Read More

'We need each other': 'The Power of Humans' tries to show us just how much good is in the world

If you have been thinking the world is filled with people who lack empathy and compassion, there is hope. → Read More

Custodian of the community: Marquette worker has been a campus treasure since 2006

Wilmore Peters has been a custodian at Marquette since 2006. He refuses to litter his mind with rubbish or negative thoughts. → Read More