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Bryant & Stratton College's new Bayshore Campus held its first Medical Assistant Pinning Ceremony and graduated 20 students into the medical assistant field Dec. 11 at the Bayshore Campus in Glendale.
The Accelerator building on the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Innovation Campus is on its way to completion, slated to house "3D printers on steroids," an iconic Milwaukee design company, laser lab and more.
Eight-year incumbent Alderwoman Lisa Mellone and challenger Kris Seals both say whoever represents the 7th District moving forward will face challenges with business development.
4A juvenile was arrested for taking merchandise at Target, 3900 N. 124th St., at 6:45 p.m. March 6. 5A person was arrested for possession of stolen property in the 7600 block of Harwood Avenue at 1:25 p.m. March 8. The person has been involved in prior retail thefts within Wauwatosa.
The closing of American TV & Appliance will cause nearly 1,000 people to lose their jobs, but one company is snapping up a portion of former American TV employees.
A buyer group represented by Washington hotel consultant Nagib Lakhani of RevMax Hospitality Consulting Services is seeking Glendale's approval to take over the Hilton Milwaukee River hotel.
The former Mount Carmel nursing home property could become home to a bustling Meijer super store offering both groceries and department store merchandise.
A Wauwatosa committee Tuesday gave the green light to a new academy for foreign students attending area high schools and to a Residence Inn by Marriott proposed at Innovation Campus.
In just a few years - after working for a private equity fund and with a freshly minted master's degree in public policy from Harvard - he has accumulated 16 Milwaukee-area properties and gone about re-creating them.
Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper.
In a lengthy and heated session largely focused on election reform, the Senate passed a bipartisan bill Tuesday to increase oversight of private schools participating in the state's voucher school program.
A $400,000 federal grant would help the city set up the nine bike stations, with 90 bikes envisioned, if West Allis also can come with $100,000.
Washington Elementary School second-grader Cole Esser completes a classroom exercise earlier this year.
"It's the greatest job in the world. You've got the greatest friends, a second family.
When Sara Murdoch was in college, she was doing field work at a school in Massachusetts, and she saw students with significant learning disabilities.
Mark Birmingham has left his top position with Stein Gardens & Gifts and is taking a new role with Sendik's Food Markets, according to a news release.