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Westlawn's rebirth aims to lessen floods, pollution
Glen Radford, project manager for the City of Milwaukee Housing Authority, shows a bio swale Thursday at the new Westlawn Gardens.
Thomas J. 'Tom' Bontly Bontly pioneered UWM's creative writing program, wrote ...
In a career spanning more than four decades, Thomas J. "Tom" Bontly strove to find a balance. For 35 years as a faculty member at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Bontly taught creative writing, worked on his own writing and even was chair of the ...
Wisconsin Ticker Payoff may be near for Exact Sciences
Exact Sciences Corp. was one of the top-performing stocks in Wisconsin over the last year. And that was despite reporting losses totaling $60 million over the 39 months ended March 31.
Marlins tie Cards at 1
The Cardinals couldn't take advantage of ample opportunities at the plate in a 3-2 loss to the Miami Marlins on Friday. They almost came back in the ninth inning.
Kuchan known as 'Dr. Ethics'
Christine Rotondi and her siblings received the highest praise possible about their father, Anthony M. Kuchan, when several mourners at a funeral service said he had saved their lives.
GAB required Nickolaus' program change to voting machines
The consultant, SysLogic Inc., initially was hired to perform the study for $15,000. In a June 29 email to Vrakas' chief of staff Shawn Lundie explaining the lead-up to the April 3 election, a state election official summarized what prompted the last ...
Debra Usinger took pride in family's sausage business
Debra Usinger made sure the retail store next to Usinger's Sausage Co. maintained its turn-of-the-last-century feel with marble counters and murals and oversaw the popular catalog of the family business.
James Boren Former Cudahy city attorney Boren loved family, polka
Ken Boren will never forget the first line of a song his brother Jim composed and sang: "Play me a polka - play it and make my day.
Smock Coming Home to Melrose Before Olympics [AUDIO]
MELROSE - Melrose native Amanda (Thieschafer) Smock is still getting used to the idea that she's an Olympian. Smock qualified for the London games two weeks ago when she finished first in the Triple Jump at the U.S.
Bill offers safety net for dairy farmers
Dairy farmers in the Upper Midwest and across the nation received good news earlier this month when the House Agriculture Committee included in its 2012 farm bill key provisions of a dairy program reform package drafted by the farmers themselves.