The WHEDA Foundation on Friday announced it has awarded $500,000 in housing grants to projects across the state.Read More »
A vetoed provision in the state budget would have allowed for the demolition of as many as 290 blighted Milwaukee homes.Read More »
A spindly vine snaked out of a mound of debris in a second-floor room on North 37th Street in Milwaukee. Water and sunlight come through a hole in the eaves, but so do small animals, and one was scurrying through the ceiling the morning of Aug. 21.Read More »
The potential for phosphorus pollution has residents downstream nervous to the point of filing a formal petition with the state's Department of Natural Resources.
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Two Wisconsin dairies will receive $23 million in New Markets Tax Credits to build a new industrial wastewater treatment and energy plant outside of Richland Center, state officials announced Monday.Read More »
When a leaking roof and outdated mechanical systems began to threaten the YWCA’s central mission — providing shelter and affordable housing to Madison’s disadvantaged population — the organization knew it was time for a major renovation.Read More »