Making big things happen for small businesses is one of the goals of Brew City Match, which is helping to change the economic landscape in several Milwaukee neighborhoods.
We ask community leaders and residents their thoughts on the decision not to relocate a slaughterhouse to Century City.
The Strauss saga is a failure all around and a perfect example of how and why Wisconsin is 10 years behind where it should be.
Clearly, the neighbors of Century City, who had long hoped for the revitalization that was promised with the birth of the business park in 2009, did not see the proposed slaughterhouse as the type of investment they could embrace, nor did they see the presence of it as a benefit.
The UMOS TechHire program, a federally funded initiative to provide accelerated training in technology fields and other skilled trades, offers those who have been incarcerated a second chance.
A training program at MATC offers formerly incarcerated men the opportunity to work in a high-wage industry.
Life is sweet for baker Alan Goodman, the winner of Rev-Up MKE 2019.
As the small business competition celebrates its fourth year, NNS talks with previous winners to see what lessons can be learned from their experiences.
Rev-Up MKE, a small business competition that has helped launch several successful businesses, will announce its latest winners Tuesday, Sept. 24.
Anxiety has risen since the Milwaukee County Transit System recently announced that 16 routes are in danger of being cut; two routes are potentially being shortened; and some seasonal services will be eliminated because of proposed funding cuts in the 2020 Milwaukee County transportation budget.