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CompuCom closing New Berlin facility 06-27-2016
NEW BERLIN - Dallas-based CompuCom notified the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development that it will close its New Berlin facility.
ProHealth fitness center installs high-tech exercise equipment 06-27-2016
WAUKESHA - ProHealth Care’s West Wood Health & Fitness Center has installed 18 piece of aerobic equipment that offers the latest technology in rowing, climbing and treadmill machines.
Getting on the map 06-26-2016
Businesses in West Bend come and go and sometimes move to new locations. Thanks to technology and apps like Google Maps, it’s typically quite easy to find where these businesses have gone.
New Steaming Cup owners plan restaurant in former Key Westconsin
WAUKESHA — The owners of The Steaming Cup are ready to dish up more food at their new restaurant, slated to open during August in the former location of Key Westconsin across from the river in downtown Waukesha.
Markets reel as world absorbs shock of UK vote for Brexit 06-24-2016
The U.K.'s unprecedented decision to leave the European Union sent shockwaves through the country and around the world Friday, rocking financial markets, toppling Prime Minister David Cameron and even threatening the ties that bind the United Kingdom.
Starbucks to open in Sendik’s Towne Centre 06-24-2016
BROOKFIELD — A new Starbucks with a drive-thru has been proposed for the Sendik’s Towne Centre in Brookfield.
A mix of the old and the new 06-24-2016
SOUTH MILWAUKEE - While South Milwaukee has garnered attention in recent years for such economic developments as bringing in big-box retailer Walmart, officials are progressively and steadily touting a ramped-up effort in the heart of the community.
Legislation would make businesses liable for gun injuries
WEST BEND - State Rep. Bob Gannon, R-Slinger, has drafted a bill with the intention of addressing violence and will hold businesses strictly liable for any gun-related injuries received at their establishment if they post a “No Weapons Allowed” sign in their windows.
ITU AbsorbTech is #1 Business of the Year 06-24-2016
WAUKESHA - The Waukesha County Business Alliance announced Thursday ITU AbsorbTech Inc. is its #1 Business of the Year.
Aurora Health Care partners with UnitedHealthcare on accountable care program 06-23-2016
MILWAUKEE — Aurora Health Care and UnitedHealthcare announced Wednesday that together they have launched an accountable care program intended to help improve people’s health and their satisfaction with their health care experience.
OCONOMOWOC — Bella Gusto, the popular Italian market and deli, was opened by Renee Burns with the help of her husband, Tom.
Consistency is key at Ron’s Cozy Corner 06-23-2016
TOWN OF OCONOMOWOC — Consistency has been the secret to Ron Eder’s 30-plus years in the restaurant business.
Council directs staff to create a plan to help developer
OCONOMOWOC — After considerable grumbling, the Oconomowoc Common Council approved the first step in granting a request by a local developer to create a pay-as-you-go tax incremental financing district to pay for soaring construction costs at the Parc on Lac La Belle condo project.
Waukesha County’s unemployment drops to 3.4% 06-23-2016
WAUKESHA - Unemployment continued to drop throughout Wisconsin in May with the average rate ending at 4.2 percent for the state, while Waukesha County’s declined to 3.4 percent.
Fire destroys popular landscape supply store 06-23-2016
TOWN OF OCONOMOWOC — Fire destroyed Oconomowoc Landscape Supply & Garden Center, N68-W37850 Highway K, in an early morning blaze Wednesday.
Bar owner, village look to settle back tax issue 06-22-2016
A compromise is in the works regarding back taxes owed to the village of Germantown on the building Buzdum’s Pub and Grill.
Up in the air 06-22-2016
Kand’E, a new hair salon, opened in West Bend about a month ago with the intention of offering a high-end personal salon experience.
Johnsonville Sausage opens new facility in Watertown 06-21-2016
WATERTOWN — A celebration was held Tuesday for the new Johnsonville Sausage, LLC location in Watertown that replaces one that suffered a fire on May 10, 2015.
Ozaukee County home closings increase in May, compared to the month before 06-21-2016
CEDARBURG — The number of closings for single-family homes, condominiums and townhomes in Ozaukee County increased 10.3 percent between April and May.
Dutch treat 06-21-2016
MEQUON — Since opening the doors at its flagship eatery on Milwaukee’s east side, the European-themed Café Hollander has generally been associated with dense, urban environments.
‘Overgrown’ Mequon parcel to get four homes 06-21-2016
MEQUON — Mequon’s Planning Commission cleared the way June 13 for a four-lot development on a property in south Mequon that was described as being neglected and overgrown.
Second time’s a charm for Mequon condos 06-21-2016
MEQUON — A month after residents thought they had successfully opposed a Mequon condominium project, they were back at City Hall June 14.
All eyes on Erin Hills 06-21-2016
When the final putt dropped Sunday and Dustin Johnson lifted the U.S. Open championship trophy, the focus for the 2017 U.S. Open shifted to Erin Hills.
Bucks break ground on new arena 06-21-2016
MILWAUKEE - Milwaukee Bucks owner Wes Edens was joined by about 20,000 fans, elected officials and community leaders Saturday for the groundbreaking of the new Wisconsin Entertainment and Sports Center in downtown Milwaukee that will be the future home of the basketball team.
Weissgerber’s Gasthaus closing this weekend 06-21-2016
WAUKESHA — A restaurant that for decades has been a landmark at one of the main routes into the city of Waukesha will be closing its doors at the end of this week.
Price Engineering unveils new hydraulic reservoir 06-21-2016
HARTLAND - In an era when saving costs is mightily important for companies, reducing how much oil is carried by a vehicle or a piece of machinery, as well as making the equipment lighter, goes a long way to realizing those savings.
Global Industrial to lay off 27 workers 06-20-2016
MILWAUKEE - About 27 workers will lose their jobs later this summer when Global Industrial Services, Inc., Global Equipment Company, Inc., and Products for Industry LLC, which make up Global Industrial, conduct employee separations, according to a notice sent to the Department of Workforce Development on Monday.
Looking at health care today and tomorrow 06-18-2016
CITY OF PEWAUKEE — As costs continue to rise for employers who provide health insurance for their workforce, a group of expert panelists Friday stressed the importance of collaboration in finding ways to save money.
Ruekert & Mielke has grown up alongside Waukesha County 06-18-2016
CITY OF PEWAUKEE — In the past 70 years Waukesha County changed from a largely agricultural landscape to one of subdivisions and commerce — and the infrastructure connecting them all. 
Holistic Healing 06-18-2016
PEWAUKEE — On a warm June morning, with the breeze blowing and a water fountain flowing on the rooftop garden, sitting at UW Cancer Center at ProHealth Care feels like anything but being in a clinic.
New senior living community opens in Menomonee Falls
MENOMONEE FALLS - Dickson Hollow senior living community, located at the corner of Lisbon and Pilgrim Roads, opened this spring when its first residents moved into the senior apartments, assisted living apartments and memory care apartments.
Fiserv creates palm-reading device for added security 06-17-2016
BROOKFIELD - Fiserv, Inc. has created the Verifast: Palm Authentication that can be used by banks and credit unions to increase security and create efficiencies.
Wisconsin unemployment rate at lowest point in 15 years
MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin's unemployment rate is the lowest it's been in 15 years.
Northwestern Mutual Moves Higher on Fortune 500 List 06-16-2016
MILWAUKEE - Northwestern Mutual announced Thursday it has moved up nine spots on the Fortune 500 list to be at No. 100.
Heavy demand, low supply causing area real estate market to rocket 06-16-2016
OCONOMOWOC — The southeastern Wisconsin real estate market is in the middle of an economic deficiency; it doesn’t have enough homes in the $300,000 to $350,000 level to satiate the influx of buyers.
‘If you see a place to park, take it’ 06-16-2016
MEQUON — The recent opening of Café Hollander in Mequon’s Town Center has put pressure on parking in the area.
Mequon shooting range approved 06-16-2016
MEQUON — Plans for an indoor shooting range are on target after the Mequon Planning Commission Tuesday approved its location at a building on North Granville Road.
Picking up late night suds 06-16-2016
Since December 2011, gas stations have been able to sell beer after 9 p.m. in Washington County. Grocery stores can, too, if they obtain a proper license.
A golden business anniversary 06-16-2016
HARTLAND - The belief at Dorner Manufacturing is to move fast and move smart. The company has lived up to its belief system.
Piedmont Plastics relocates to New Berlin 06-15-2016
NEW BERLIN —The Piedmont Plastics Milwaukee branch has relocated to a new facility in New Berlin in order to serve more customers.
J.W. Speaker exploring expansion plan 06-15-2016
J.W. Speaker Corp., N120 W19434 Freistadt Road, Germantown, a manufacturer of high-performance vehicular lighting products for aftermarket sales around the world, may be getting ready to expand.
Village favors E.H. Wolf project 06-15-2016
Washington County officials want to assist a private entity with a loan to finance an expansion project that may revitalize a municipality’s downtown area while generating jobs for the area.
Wis. students to attend business program 06-15-2016
More than 100 Wisconsin students, including will participate in this year’s Business World program, held Sunday through June 22 at St. Norbert College in De Pere.
Survey: Milwaukee employers look to hire in third quarter 06-15-2016
MILWAUKEE —The hiring outlook for companies in metro Milwaukee is consistent with the rest of the country with nearly one in four American employers saying they expect to increase staff levels in the third quarter.
All under one roof 06-14-2016
THIENSVILLE — While its doors have been open since mid-February, the Thiensville Health Alliance will show off its new building in downtown Thiensville at an open house June 23.
Port Washington State Bank clears zoning hurdle for planned Thiensville branch 06-14-2016
THIENSVILLE — Members of the Thiensville Village Board June 6 unanimously approved an amendment to the village’s land use plan that helps pave the way for a planned Thiensville branch of Port Washington State Bank.
Company proposes to double Hartford plant 06-14-2016
HARTFORD — The city’s Plan Commission night approved a site plan review Monday for a proposed expansion by Accurate Fabrication of about 20,250 square feet.
Mine construction moving forward 06-14-2016
After delays, some heated discussions and despite a judgement in favor of residents opposing the project, the construction of a nonmetallic sand pit will move forward.
A solid performance for home sales in May 06-14-2016
WAUKESHA - May was a strong month for home sales in the metro Milwaukee area with the number of homes sold increasing 12.3 percent compared to the same period in 2015.
Johnson Controls to invest $245 million in North American battery production 06-13-2016
MILWAUKEE — Johnson Controls announced Monday it will invest $245 million over the course of the next few years in battery technology for automobile usage.
Elm Grove firm wins Governor’s Business Plan Contest
MADISON — Outdoor sporting goods firm Hyde was the winner of the 13th annual Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest.
Remedy Analytics to expand in Milwaukee, double workforce 06-13-2016
MILWAUKEE — Remedy Analytics, Inc. announced its plans Monday to expand in the Walker’s Point neighborhood of Milwaukee and add 27 full-time employees.
The survey says... 06-12-2016
The most common need as far as housing is concerned in Hartford is single-family starter homes costing between $80,000-$150,000.
Ownership questions hold back lighting project 06-12-2016
The plan to install incandescent lamps near the rooftops of buildings in downtown West Bend is on hold until the mystery surrounding it is solved.
New name, same building for furniture business in Hartford 06-12-2016
Brunner’s Furniture closed last summer. But, less than a year later, furniture is being sold under the name Hartford Furniture by Mike Brunner out of the same building, 5680 Highway 60, Hartford.
Downtown Waukesha prepares to shine
WAUKESHA — As the road work in downtown Waukesha approaches its completion, Waukesha city staff prepare to unveil a rebranding campaign for the center of the city as they continue to seek a grocery store and work with developers on mixed-use projects for the heart of the city.
Classic cruisin' 06-11-2016
BROOKFIELD - Stan Johnson is the definition of cool with his hands in his jean pockets and a swagger as he walks about his Brookfield office.
Two Waukesha County businesses finalists in state competition 06-11-2016
WAUKESHA - Two Waukesha County businesses, Essential Biotechnology LLC, of Big Bend, and Hyde, of Elm Grove, were recently named finalists in the Governor’s Business Plan Contest Awards Ceremony.
Forbes features Waukesha business founder 06-10-2016
WAUKESHA — Forbes Magazine is featuring Barbara Thompson, president and CEO of The Roberts Group, in the latest Top Women issue under “America’s Women Business Leaders.”
Johnson Controls to build $200 million plant in China 06-09-2016
MILWAUKEE — Johnson Controls announced Thursday its plans to build a fourth automotive battery manufacturing plant in China that will employ about 650 people and cost more than $200 million.
Waukesha brewery wins gold medal at national competition 06-09-2016
WAUKESHA - Raised Grain Brewing has been selling craft beer commercially for less than a year in Waukesha but has already won a gold medal at a national competition.
City renews liquor licenses, several paid for but unused
OCONOMOWOC — At the same time two businesses let their liquor licenses lapse, the Oconomowoc Common Council renewed several others Tuesday, including several that belong to business that are nonexistent.
Dollar Tree to open in late July 06-09-2016
GRAFTON — Officials with a dollar store planned for Grafton say they hope to open by July 21.
‘We want to be good neighbors’ 06-09-2016
CEDARBURG — The city of Cedarburg proudly advocates for both thriving businesses and happy residents, but a public hearing during Monday’s Plan Commission meeting demonstrated the challenges that can arise when those two interests conflict.
City seeks scaled-back version of apartment proposal
CEDARBURG — Tom Zabjek from Lakeside Development appeared before the Cedarburg Plan Commission Monday for a consultation on a proposed three-story, 40-unit apartment building to be located on the southwest corner of Washington Avenue and Jackson Street – a site that has been called an eyesore by many.
Passing the torch 06-09-2016
THIENSVILLE — After nearly 68 years as a family-run Ford dealership in Thiensville, Schmit Ford has been sold to Boucher Group Inc.
Kwik Trip coming to West Bend 06-09-2016
Construction workers move dirt while preparing the site for a Kwik Trip convenience store being built in West Bend just south of the Commerce State Bank at 1700 S. Silverbrook Drive.
Construction underway for pair of area businesses 06-09-2016
SLINGER — An O’Reilly’s Auto Parts store, now under construction, could be open for business as soon as fall.
Attitude Sports closes in Pewaukee 06-09-2016
PEWAUKEE — Attitude Sports in Pewaukee held a closing sale and closed its doors during the last weekend in May, according to the store’s Facebook page.
Mad Rooster site plan nets preliminary approval 06-09-2016
WAUKESHA — Mad Rooster Café received unanimous preliminary approval from the city’s Plan Commission on Wednesday, but the applicant will have to come back before the commission to further discuss details of a proposed yard prop.
Panera, Panda Express eye up Waukesha 06-09-2016
WAUKESHA — For years area residents have been asking when a Panera Bread will open its doors in Waukesha.
Meijer opening brings excitement 06-08-2016
SUSSEX - Meijer celebrated the grand opening of the new Sussex location with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday.
Get some java in Jackson 06-08-2016
A specialty coffee location is opening in Jackson to fill a geographical gap in availability for freshly roasted coffee in Washington County.
Tech franchise opens in Germantown
A TeamLogic IT franchise has opened in Germantown, offering small-and-medium-sized businesses in the greater Milwaukee area an affordable solution for secure and flexible IT systems.
Bar owner given 2 weeks for taxes 06-08-2016
Radomir Buzdum, operator of Buzdum’s Pub & Grill in Germantown, has two weeks to come up with more than $36,000 to pay back taxes owed to the village. If not, he faces the possibility of losing his liquor license.
Website could be costly for West Bend BID Board 06-08-2016
The West Bend Business Improvement District wants to join cyberspace and host a website.
M-T Chamber of Commerce seeks nominees for 2016 Celebrate Your Community Awards 06-07-2016
MEQUON — The Mequon-Thiensville Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for great businesses, citizens and young professionals for its 2016 Celebrate Your Community Awards recognition.
PyraMax Bank plans open house at its newest location in Grafton 06-07-2016
GRAFTON — PyraMax Bank, which is opening a branch at 1150 Washington St. in Grafton, will conduct an open house from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday.
MGS acquired by Milwaukee firm 06-07-2016
GERMANTOWN - MGS Mfg. Group, Inc., a global provider of optimized manufacturing solutions for high precision plastic products, was recently acquired by Mason Wells, a private equity firm headquartered in Milwaukee.
Dollar Tree coming to Grafton 06-07-2016
GRAFTON — Ozaukee County is about to get its first Dollar Tree, and it’s happening in Grafton.
Plan commission approves Barton physical fitness facility
The Barton Planning Commission held a public hearing Monday recommending that the Town Board allow Jen Lenzendorf, owner of AIMS Fitness, to operate a physical fitness facility under a special use permit at 3130 Newark Drive.
Waukesha State Bank to celebrate remodeled Waukesha Location 06-07-2016
WAUKESHA - A ribbon-cutting ceremony today will kick off a weeklong celebration for the newly remodeled downtown Waukesha State Bank location.
GE selects Canadian site for Waukesha engine operations
WAUKESHA — GE announced it has selected the site for its new “Brilliant Factory,” which will replace some of its operations in Waukesha.
Froedtert to operate clinic in local Meijer stores 06-07-2016
SUSSEX - When Meijer opens in Sussex on Tuesday, Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin will also celebrate the opening of its clinic within the store at N51-W24953 Lisbon Road.
First Federal Bank names Schaefer as president, CEO 06-06-2016
WAUKESHA - First Federal Bank of Wisconsin announced Monday the appointment of Edward H. Schaefer as the bank's new president and CEO.
Air Wisconsin Airlines to close in Milwaukee 06-06-2016
MILWAUKEE - Air Wisconsin Airlines Corporation notified the Department of Workforce Development on Monday that it will close its facility located at General Mitchell International Airport, 5300 S. Howell Ave, Milwaukee.
Does West Bend have enough workers for businesses here? 06-04-2016
West Bend’s Economic Development Manager Ashley Mukasa visited businesses, asking representatives questions about the market conditions they face.
Banquet facility and restaurant are coming soon to Richfield 06-04-2016
Richfield will soon be the home for two new businesses.
The fruits of their labor 06-04-2016
WAUKESHA - A lot has changed in the last two years at Weldall Manufacturing, thanks to the ideas of some middle-school consultants.
R&R Insurance Services acquires Frett Barrington 06-03-2016
WAUKESHA — R&R Insurance Services, Inc. announced Friday it will acquire City of Pewaukee-based Frett Barrington, Ltd., a locally owned and independent insurance broker.
Town residents still fighting mine 06-03-2016
People who thought they prevented the construction of a nearby sand pit were in for a surprise when they realized the company wants to reintroduce the project.
Portillo’s to open July 19 in Brookfield
BROOKFIELD - A date for the grand opening of the Chicagoland restaurant famous for its Italian beef has been set.
Officials looking at options for 4 miles of South 27th Street corridor 06-03-2016
MILWAUKEE - On the heels of recent road construction and streetscaping projects, residents and business owners living near the South 27th Street commercial corridor are hoping for an infusion of new retailers, restaurants and other developments.
Taking the camera to the customer 06-02-2016
TOWN OF OCONOMOWOC — Scott Patrick, co-owner of Lake Life Photography, has made taking photos his life’s pursuit.
Jackson Street apartments proposed
CEDARBURG — Developers will consult with the Cedarburg Plan Commission Monday on a three-story, 40-unit apartment building proposed for the southwest corner of Jackson Street and Washington Avenue.
Cedarburg attorney sets parameters around CDA’s outreach efforts 06-02-2016
CEDARBURG — “Consistency” was a term used throughout a discussion last month of how the newly formed Community Development Authority should approach existing and prospective developers and business owners.
Village to consider more mixed-use housing 06-02-2016
GRAFTON — A shift may be coming for Grafton, as village officials consider a new comprehensive plan that allows for more future development of higher-density housing.
Ready for the workplace 06-02-2016
WAUKESHA - On his graduation day, Chris Blyth could proudly announce that he already has a job lined up at Aurora Health Care in Summit and will start next week.
A citizen’s centennial 06-02-2016
MUKWONAGO - After going from a farm kid to a successful banker during nearly a century of living, Warren E. Hansen Sr. understands hard work and perseverance. 
Wisconsin banks increase lending by 6.4% 06-01-2016
MADISON — During the first quarter of 2016, Wisconsin state-chartered banks saw net income increase by 18 percent and lending rise by 6.4 percent when compared to the same period in 2015, according to data released Wednesday by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Nonprofit announces layoffs 06-01-2016
Experience Works, a nonprofit offering employment-training services for low-income older workers, has announced it is closing its West Bend office and will lay off five employees, effective July 1.
Waukesha County business roundup
Construction that began in October on a 21,571-square-foot Dental Associates clinic is nearing completion with an opening date of July 11 planned.
Kwik Trip to open Sept. 1 on Golf Road
WAUKESHA - The newest Kwik Trip in Waukesha is set to open Sept. 1 at 2001 Golf Road.
Consumer spending jumps by largest amount in six years
NEW YORK — Consumers pulled their wallets out of winter hibernation in April, increasing their spending at the fastest pace in nearly seven years in a sign that the economy is growing solidly again this spring.
Shhhhh! It’s a SECRET GARDEN 05-31-2016
Secret Garden Gifts is about 2 miles outside Jackson and is the last shop remaining in the unincorporated community of Mayfield.
Stilt House gets OK for expanded patio 05-31-2016
CEDARBURG — Thanks to an OK from the city of Cedarburg and an agreement with their neighbor, the Stilt House Gastro Pub expanded its patio last week, doubling the space.
Airport officials planning upgrades 05-31-2016
City of West Bend airport officials are anticipating needs and planning infrastructure upgrades to ensure the facilities meet standards.
Truck route signs posted in downtown Hartford 05-30-2016
HARTFORD — Drivers of large trucks traveling through the city’s downtown are being asked to ignore the usual GPS directions to the industrial park.
Ryan: Congress will challenge overtime rule change 05-28-2016
WAUKESHA - Since the Department of Labor altered the rules governing overtime pay, House Speaker Paul Ryan said, Congress has been weighing its options on how to best challenge the change, which he considers essentially an unconstitutional law.
From serving one's country to customer service 05-28-2016
OCONOMOWOC - As an Air Force veteran and a small business owner, Scott Flaugher sees the value of working in numbers.
Leadership announced for merged Johnson Controls and Tyco 05-27-2016
MILWAUKEE — With a planned merger anticipated for Oct. 1, Johnson Controls and Tyco International announced the senior executive team on Friday.
Sparking a career 05-27-2016
SLINGER — A spark of interest fanned by Slinger High School could ignite the careers of many students. Thursday six students passed with “flying colors” a test to earn welding certification.
Returning anew 05-27-2016
WAUKESHA -  Outside a warm-toned brick building with red awnings, an outdoor sale is taking place. It is quite humid, but Pathfinding Book Store owner Jeanette Glazewski stays cool in the shade holding a book as she watches for customers.
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Wilson Center selects Lynn Sprangers as president, CEO 06-27-2016
BROOKFIELD - After an extensive nationwide search, the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts stayed close to home in choosing its new president and CEO.
Local woman recognized with nursing award 06-26-2016
Gina Wilson, breast health clinician in the Women’s Health Department, has been recognized with the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin St. Joseph’s Hospital’s fourth quarter DAISY Award for her patient care and professionalism.
Walker presents awards to women business leaders 06-26-2016
Gov. Scott Walker recognized Wisconsin business leaders Wednesday at the 2016 Governor’s Trailblazer Awards for Women in Business ceremony.
Waident expands into state with Brookfield branch 06-22-2016
BROOKFIELD -  Waident celebrated the opening of its Brookfield branch location with a ribbon-cutting ceremony that involved the Waukesha County Business Alliance, Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce and Brookfield Mayor Steve Ponto.
First Bank Financial Centre promotes Gavin 06-22-2016
OCONOMOWOC — First Bank Financial Centre, a full-service community bank that has served southeastern Wisconsin since 1859, has announced the promotion of Christa Gavin from Hartford assistant branch manager to Hartford branch manager.
Gina Airaudi joins Cedarburg branch office of Edward Jones financial services firm 06-21-2016
CEDARBURG — Gina Airaudi recently joined the local office of the financial services firm Edward Jones as a branch office administrator.
Owner of the cheel in Thiensville a finalist in Hottest Kitchen Entrepreneur Challenge
THIENSVILLE — Barkha Limbu Daily, owner of the cheel, 105 S. Main St., has been named a finalist in the Hottest Kitchen Entrepreneur Challenge.
Franti joins Madden Vanderloop firm 06-20-2016
Nolan Franti has accepted the position of associate attorney with Madden Vanderloop Law Firm, which has offices in West Bend and Mayville.
Hartland chamber welcomes Specific Chiropractic Center 06-18-2016
HARTLAND —The Hartland Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed new member The Specific Chiropractic Center.
Literacy For All celebrates ribbon-cutting with Business Alliance 06-17-2016
WAUKESHA - Literacy for All celebrated its new office with a ribbon-cutting ceremony in conjunction with the Waukesha County Business Alliance, the Pewaukee Chamber of Commerce and County Executive Paul Farrow.
American Transmission Company on Best Workplaces list 06-15-2016
CITY OF PEWAUKEE - has designated City of Pewaukee-based American Transmission Company as one of its 2016 30 Best Workplaces to Retire From.
Kohl’s Cares donates $1 million to Junior Achievement of Wisconsin 06-14-2016
MENOMONEE FALLS - Kohl’s is donating $1 million during the course of three years to Junior Achievement of Wisconsin for continuing support of the JA Kohl’s Education Center.
Café Hollander grand opening nets $35,000 for charity
MEQUON — Café Hollander in Mequon raised more than $35,000 for local charities through its grand opening benefit weekend, which took place May 20 to May 22.
Port Washington State Bank announces promotion and new hire 06-14-2016
PORT WASHINGTON — Port Washington State Bank has announced a promotion and addition to its staff.
Celebrating Master Z’s expansion 06-07-2016
WAUKESHA — The store at 1005 Spring City Drive was expanded by 2000 square feet to accommodate the Legends of the Field sports memorabilia business.
Family Enrichment Center of Ozaukee recognizes Regal for its volunteer assistance 06-07-2016
GRAFTON — The Family Enrichment Center of Ozaukee Inc. has recognized Regal with its Corporate Volunteer Award.
Rising Health Chiropractic Wellness joins Hartland chamber 06-04-2016
PEWAUKEE - The Hartland Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed new member Rising Health Chiropractic Wellness.
County’s interim Human Services director promoted from within 06-02-2016
PORT WASHINGTON — The Ozaukee County Board Wednesday confirmed Liza Drake as interim director of the county Human Services Department.
FBFC promotes Pearson to vice president
OCONOMOWOC - First Bank Financial Centre has promoted Aaron Pearson to vice president, deputy director SBA BDO sales, commercial lender.
Lifetime Radon Solutions joins chamber
DELAFIELD - The Delafield Chamber of Commerce welcomed new business member Lifetime Radon Solutions to the chamber May 24.
The Roberts Group promotes Julia Hansch
WAUKESHA -The Roberts Group has promoted Julia Hansch to senior account executive.
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