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Jun 21, 2011

Milwaukee’s Sixth Street set for green light

By James Briggs The city of Milwaukee is throwing its weight behind a movement to promote green building on the south side. The Public Works Committee on Wednesday is expected […]

Apr 18, 2011

Forklift operator walks away from crash with freight train (UPDATE)

By Jack Zemlicka An industrial-forklift driver reported only minor injuries Monday after a freight train collided with his machine near a construction site at 70th and State streets in Wauwatosa. […]

Feb 28, 2011

Bringing new life to 27th Street

After a previous failed attempt, Milwaukee officials and the developers behind a project to revive the 27th Street corridor bounded by Oklahoma and College avenues have confidence this proposal will be the one that sticks.

Jan 11, 2011

Milwaukee Marriott appeal expected soon (UPDATE)

By Marie Rohde The Milwaukee Common Council could vote as early as Jan. 19 on the proposed development of a $50 million Marriott Hotel, said Pat Curley, chief of staff […]

Jan 10, 2011

Preservation Commission to vote on proposed Milwaukee Marriott

By Marie Rohde The Milwaukee Historic Preservation Commission’s delay of plans to build a Marriott Hotel downtown has prompted one alderman to call for a review of its authority and […]

Sep 9, 2010

Airport communities want development to soar

By Joe Lanane Development around General Mitchell International Airport is at a relative standstill in relation to the increasing number of travelers who pass through the Milwaukee hub. The airport […]

Feb 3, 2010

Milwaukee plans to assess city’s image

MILWAUKEE (AP) — Milwaukee is creating a task force to assess the city’s image. Milwaukee Alderman Terry Witkowski said respondents to a recent study failed to answer questions about Milwaukee’s […]

Dec 31, 2009

Milwaukee searches for freight siren song

By Sean Ryan Milwaukee-area freight carriers see missed opportunities whenever cargo bypasses their city on the way to Chicago. The people who are losing work — truckers, workers for the […]

Dec 11, 2009

General Mitchell businesses try to unite area governments

By Sean Ryan The association representing businesses around General Mitchell International Airport is trying to unite nine area governments to get money and planning for development in the area. “If […]

Dec 4, 2009

Lengthy dispute limits options for Hoan’s future

By Sean Ryan Heated debate continues to rage over whether to repair or redesign the Hoan Bridge, but some local officials say the dispute is quickly becoming moot. One group […]


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