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.
Here are some of the beautiful faces the NNS team met as we did family portraits at Washington Park Wednesdays and at “Music at Mitchell Park” on Sunday.
NNS will be hosting a photo shoot from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. July 17 as part of Washington Park Wednesdays. Come meet the staff and get a professional photo taken as your reward.
Almost 30 years after acquiring the campus vacated by Concordia College, the Forest County Potawatomi have renovated and revitalized the property.
It will cost $24 million to keep the five county-run senior centers up and running by 2022, a new Wisconsin Policy Forum report says.
The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors has approved a long-term lease for the Urban Ecology Center in Washington Park that will allow the center to expand its facilities and services. The center also is planning a $14 million fundraising campaign.
Rev-Up Milwaukee’s small business competition winners are reshaping the commercial corridors of the Near West Side through new storefronts.
A $200,000 grant from Wells Fargo is helping Habitat for Humanity to build, rehab and repair 100 homes in the Midtown area. Officials say the project will create the highest concentration of affordable, single-family homes built in Milwaukee since World War II.