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US clings to health coverage gains despite political drama
WASHINGTON — The U.S. clung to its health insurance gains last year, an unexpected outcome after President Donald Trump's repeated tries to take apart the Obama-era coverage expansion, according to a major government survey released Tuesday.
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WCTC to rename building in honor of Lutz 05-22-2018
PEWAUKEE — After donating $2 million to Waukesha County Technical College last November, the former president and owner of Signicast Corporation, Walter (Terry) Lutz, will soon receive a personal thank-you.
Evolution of town businesses prompting possible code change 05-22-2018
CEDARBURG — During the past six months, the town of Cedarburg has fielded two requests for conditional use permits allowing for massage therapy services.
Want to serve liquor in the city? Get in line 05-22-2018
CEDARBURG — The current tight status of available Class B licenses was discussed by the Cedarburg Common Council last week.
People line up in West Bend for Pizza Ranch’s opening 05-22-2018
With a line out the door, the West Bend Pizza Ranch opened Monday at 2020 W. Washington St.
Supervisors declare support for dark store tax legislation 05-22-2018
Washington County officials are declaring their support for legislation related to dark stores, possibly increasing the revenue local taxing jurisdictions could extract from corporate retailers.
Kohl’s introduces new clothing line appealing to millennials 05-22-2018
MENOMONEE FALLS — Kohl’s has added a new apparel line called POPSUGAR geared toward the desires and tastes of the millennial generation of buyers.
Piggly Wiggly creates citrus brew with MobCraft Beer 05-22-2018
HARTLAND — Just in time for warmer summer days, Fox Bros. Piggly Wiggly has created “Citrus Shandy” beer with Milwaukee’s MobCraft Beer.
Judge grants motion to reopen lawsuit against Mill Reserve condo developer 05-22-2018
WAUKESHA — A local judge has granted the city of Waukesha’s request to reopen a lawsuit against the developer of the Mill Reserve condominiums at St. Paul and Wisconsin avenues.
A new landlord can cause concerns for business owners
Many small business owners rent space rather than buying or building entire structures for themselves. While it is a much cheaper way to get started, this leaves them susceptible to changes in rent and other costs.
MPTC graduates often find employment close to home
Moraine Park Technical College regularly boasts about programs that address immediate needs in the workforce; one recently added at the institution is welding.
Baseball/residential complex developers to scale back project 05-19-2018
CITY OF PEWAUKEE - The developers of the proposed $65 million Lake Country Commons baseball/residential complex will downsize their project and seek community engagement before returning to the Plan Commission in June, said Sonny Bando, real estate developer.
Sanfelippo donates land for new farmers market 05-19-2018
NEW BERLIN  - One of Wisconsin’s best summer activities is going to a farmers market and recently three acres of land to be used by the New Berlin Chamber of Commerce for a new farmers market and other functions were donated by Wisconsin State Rep. Joe Sanfelippo.
Information sessions on Prestwick postponed 05-19-2018
LAC LA BELLE - Two opportunities have been postponed for village residents to learn more about the Prestwick Group’s plans to rebuild the La Belle Golf Course and relocate their corporate headquarters adjacent to the golf course.
Downtown development proposal withdrawn 05-19-2018
DELAFIELD - Hendricks Commercial Properties of Beloit has withdrawn their plans to build two four-story multiuse buildings at the corner of Main and Genesee streets.
Goodwill collaborates with Education Associates to offer life skills programming 05-18-2018
WAUKESHA — In order to better equip their clientele with the job skills they need, Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin will work with Education Associates to provide life skills programs.
Herzing University launches nursing program in Brookfield 05-18-2018
BROOKFIELD - The demand for nurses is not going to end any time soon, so Herzing University decided to expand its nursing suite offerings with the addition of a practical nursing diploma program at its Brookfield location.
Plat School eyed as possible new home for Flynn’s Bar 05-18-2018
The old Plat School in Richfield could soon become the new home of Flynn’s Bar.
City: Condo developer in breach of settlement deal 05-18-2018
WAUKESHA — The city of Waukesha is asking a Waukesha County judge to reopen a lawsuit against a downtown condo developer, alleging the company failed to construct an apartment building at the site as required by a 2016 settlement agreement.
Officials oppose initial proposal for $65M athletic/residential complex 05-18-2018
CITY OF PEWAUKEE — The Plan Commission was unimpressed with the proposed $65 million-dollar Pewaukee Golf Club redevelopment project called the Lake Country Commons and did not issue a recommendation about it at Thursday night’s meeting.
Wet weather has Wisconsin farmers concerned about profits
MILWAUKEE — An abundance of rain is slowing spring planting in some areas of southeastern Wisconsin and adding to concerns about profitability.
Wisconsin unemployment drops to record-low 2.8 percent
MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin's unemployment rate has dropped to a record-low 2.8 percent, more good economic news for Gov. Scott Walker as he runs for re-election.
Oconomowoc looks to boost workforce 05-17-2018
OCONOMOWOC — While city projects such as Mills Fleet Farm and the proposed senior housing center on Lisbon Road move forward, the need for service industry workers continues to grow in the city.
Beans & Barley coming to Spur 16 05-17-2018
MEQUON — Beans & Barley is the latest business to join the Mequon Public Market at Spur 16.
Richfield panel recommends approval of proposed Plasticraft expansion 05-17-2018
RICHFIELD — A village manufacturer has cleared the first hurdle in its effort to construct a major addition to its Richfield facility.
Delafield to decide Smiley Barn’s fate
DELAFIELD — The May 30th Plan Commission meeting is likely to be unusual and possibly controversial.
IKEA Oak Creek delights crowds at official grand opening 05-17-2018
OAK CREEK — It was a bright, cloudless morning at the Oak Creek IKEA as the Swedish home goods retailer prepared for the official grand opening of its first Wisconsin location.
ProHealth Care announces $55 million Mukwonago hospital expansion 05-17-2018
MUKWONAGO — Pro-Health Care announced Wednesday that it will expand its medical campus on 240 Maple Ave. into a full hospital, offering a number of new services to Mukwonago- area residents and surrounding communities, according to a press release.
Germantown Plan Commission supports manufacturing company’s growth plans 05-16-2018
GERMANTOWN — Citing growth, a plastic molding injection company has announced plans of expanding its Germantown facility, and a village panel on Monday made a maneuver that brought the proposal one step closer to fruition.
Steelcraft proposes to expand Hartford location 05-16-2018
One of Hartford’s largest employers is proposing another expansion of its factory just off Highway 60 near the Rubicon River.
Conditional use granted for Hartford apartments 05-16-2018
Approval of a conditional use permit means a proposed 57-unit apartment development on the north end of Hartford’s downtown is closer to reality.
Casey’s General Store proposed for Town of Lisbon 05-16-2018
TOWN OF LISBON — Plan Commissioners have asked developers of a proposed Casey’s General Store near the intersection of Town Line Road and Highway VV (Silver Spring Drive) to alter their site plans.
R&R Insurance to move headquarters to City of Pewaukee
WAUKESHA —After years of growth, R& R Insurance announced it will move its headquarters from Waukesha to Stone Ridge Drive in the City of Pewaukee.
Permit for large dairy operation raises concerns 05-16-2018
TOWN OF IXONIA — Local government officials in Oconomowoc, Lac La Belle, and Delafield are expressing concerns about the renewal of a water pollution discharge permit to the Tag Lane Dairy on Gopher Hill Road in the Town of Ixonia in Jefferson County.
US retail sales up solid 0.3 pct. in April 05-15-2018
WASHINGTON — U.S. retail sales rose at a solid pace in April, a sign that consumers may be rebounding from weak spending earlier this year and driving stronger economic growth.
Town of Grafton looks to control landscaping businesses
GRAFTON — The town of Grafton Plan Commission revisited its zoning code recently, including deciding to remove some landscaping businesses from residential areas.
Hammes Company named Foxconn master planner 05-15-2018
MILWAUKEE — Hammes Company has been selected to be the master planner for the Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Park, the future home of the manufacturing facility for Foxconn Technology Group, in Racine County.
Concordia breaks ground on The Robert W. Plaster Free Enterprise Center 05-15-2018
MEQUON — More than 250 people gathered April 24 to commemorate the beginning of Concordia University Wisconsin’s latest building project, The Robert W. Plaster Free Enterprise Center.
That Taco Guy receives approval to expand Cedarburg stops 05-15-2018
CEDARBURG — It was a bit of déjà vu all over again, to quote Yogi Berra, for Andrea Acosta and the Plan Commission last Monday night.
Lisbon approving Barnwood 05-15-2018
TOWN OF LISBON — With neighborhood opposition vanishing, town officials are into the final phases of approving the 75-acre, 52 lot residential development known as Barnwood Conservancy on the former Meissner Farm, near the intersection of Lake Five and Silver Spring (Hwy. VV) roads.
Neumann redraws plans for condo development on Jungbluth property 05-15-2018
HARTLAND — Neumann Developments Inc. returned to the Village Board on Monday night with revised plans for a high-end condominium project months after the proposal was denied at a March 26 board meeting.
Business fraud prevention seminar set for May 24 05-15-2018
BROOKFIELD — North Shore Bank has partnered with Regus to host a free business fraud prevention seminar from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. May 24, at Regus in City of Pewaukee, N19-W24400 Riverwood Drive, Suite 350.
Living their tagline: The Knowledge Brokers 05-15-2018
WAUKESHA —R& R Insurance’s tagline is “The Knowledge Brokers,” which has only been enhanced by the company’s recent acquisitions of a wealth management company and a benefits agency, said its owners, the Riesch family.
Proposed PRINT Act would suspend newsprint tariffs
WAUKESHA — A bill created by two senators would temporarily stop the tariffs on newsprint from Canada to allow time to study their effects on U.S. industries, in particular newspapers.
6-year improvement plan for Hartford airport approved
HARTFORD — As work continues on phase one of the long-awaited extension and runway reconstruction at the Hartford Municipal Airport, officials are planning more improvements there over the next six years.
Homes sales continue to increase while inventory declines 05-13-2018
WAUKESHA — It was a familiar song and dance for the metro Milwaukee real estate market in April with home sales increasing while the inventory of properties for sale declined.
Students partner with local company to bring STEM projects to life 05-13-2018
MENOMONEE FALLS — When Intro to Engineering Design students at Menomonee Falls High School were given the task of designing a toy with moving parts, they were offered help from Big Systems of Menomonee Falls to produce the plastic components and bring the designs to life.
Menomonee Falls ON THE MOVE 05-13-2018
MENOMONEE FALLS — This northern Waukesha County village is in growth mode, increasing at a quick clip by county standards, according to one village leader.
Foxconn sets groundbreaking ceremony for Wisconsin facility 05-11-2018
MADISON, Wis. — Foxconn Technology Group plans to officially break ground for its southeastern Wisconsin manufacturing complex next month.
West Bend officials vote to hold hearing on amending city’s Comprehensive Plan 05-11-2018
West Bend officials want to amend the 2020 Comprehensive Plan to reflect how the land is used and to take advantage of future development opportunities.
Schimel says hemp farmers OK to produce CBD oil 05-11-2018
MADISON — Attorney General Brad Schimel says Wisconsin farmers who grow industrial hemp can produce CBD oil from it.
SpaghettiOs turning 53 05-11-2018
WAUKESHA — A quick and memorable childhood favorite will turn 53 years old next week.
$65 million athletic, residential project proposed 05-11-2018
CITY OF PEWAUKEE — A development firm is pitching a $65 million redevelopment of the Pewaukee Golf Course that would transform the 144-acre property into an athletic and residential community replete with a 2,500-seat baseball stadium, 9-hole golf course, soccer fields, apartment complexes and year-round restaurant.
Walker announces 2018 Governor’s Export Achievement Award winners 05-10-2018
MILWAUKEE — Gov. Scott Walker announced Wednesday the recipients of the Governor’s Export Achievement Award, which includes Gehl Foods in Germantown.
Foxconn, Wisconsin colleges announce 'smart cities' contest 05-10-2018
KENOSHA, Wis. — Foxconn Technology Group is spending $1 million over the next three years to encourage Wisconsin universities to develop new ideas for "smart cities."
No media being allowed at Harley-Davidson annual meeting 05-10-2018
MILWAUKEE — Harley-Davidson Inc. is banning the news media from its annual shareholders meeting.
MATC to offer seed lending library 05-10-2018
MEQUON — Gardeners interested in growing their garden – or starting one for the first time – have a new option housed at the Milwaukee Area Technical College Mequon Campus.
Former Formart site getting new lease on life 05-10-2018
CEDARBURG — Before James Otten could even think of moving his Kettle Moraine Appliance store from Washington Avenue to the former Formart Container location at N144 W6050 Pioneer Road, he had to start a tenuous process of cleaning out and upgrading the building.
Short-term rental approved in downtown Cedarburg 05-10-2018
CEDARBURG — The city of Cedarburg Plan Commission approved a second request for temporary lodging in the downtown business district Monday night.
Having a hobby in the tech age 05-10-2018
Model railroading, Pinewood Derby and collecting military memorabilia may seem like pastimes reserved for older generations.
Brookfield-based OwnersEdge acquires robotics systems integrator 05-10-2018
BROOKFIELD — A discussion that began 13 months ago has resulted in OwnersEdge Inc., an employee stock ownership plan company based in Brookfield, acquiring QComp Technologies, a robotic systems integrator in the Fox Valley.
State’s first IKEA store to open in Oak Creek on May 16 05-10-2018
OAK CREEK — After nearly a year of construction, IKEA is gearing up for the highly-anticipated grand opening of its Oak Creek store next Wednesday at 9 a.m.
Germantown company’s product gets FDA approval 05-09-2018
A new product will be available over the counter for acid reflux issues after Somna Therapeutics LLC had their Reza Band approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
City officials, West Bend Medical agree to site purchase
West Bend Medical, with Dr. Carey Cameron, Dr. Chad Tamez and Dr. Brian Wolter, will move from Menomonee Falls to West Bend, marking a return for the three doctors to the city.
Metro Cigars’ plans in G’town spark land use discussion
GERMANTOWN — A cigar store’s planned relocation from a traditional strip shopping center to a freestanding building within a business park sparked a discussion Monday about land use in the village of Germantown.
West Bend finds developer for former Gehl site 05-09-2018
West Bend officials have attracted a developer for the former Gehl structure located near the downtown area.
Warmer weather means tasty, comforting treats 05-09-2018
WALES — Custard and a beef hot dog are to summer what pot roast and meatloaf are to winter.
Spring City Trolley has new owner 05-09-2018
WAUKESHA — A New Berlin businessman is the new owner of Spring City Trolley.
Businesses want Panda Express traffic plan postponed 05-09-2018
WAUKESHA — The owner of a gas station at the northwest corner of Silvernail Road and North Grandview Boulevard has renewed his call to have the city hold off on plans to close part of a median cut on Silvernail in preparation for a new strip mall and Panda Express development at the southwest corner of the intersection.
US job openings equal unemployed for 1st time in 2 decades 05-08-2018
WASHINGTON — If you're looking for a job right now, this may be about as good as it gets: There are roughly as many open jobs in the United States as there are unemployed people.
Itty Bitty Piggies upgrades space 05-08-2018
CEDARBURG — Though it’s parents who normally make the purchases at Itty Bitty Piggies, in the six years the children’s store has been in Cedarburg, owner Rachael Trawicki said a common situation has often occurred.
Cedar Crest adds custard 05-08-2018
CEDARBURG — Cedar Crest Ice Cream has launched its new line of frozen custard. The pint containers were available in store freezers May 1.
Kowabunga holds grand reopening on Free Comic Book day 05-08-2018
OCONOMOWOC — Comic book fans lined up outside Kowabunga’s new 650 E. Wisconsin Ave. location to see the new store, as well get their share of free stuff as part of Free Comic Book Day on Saturday.
Dodge County company selected to work on Foxconn facility 05-08-2018
BROWNSVILLE — Dodge County-based Michels Corp. is one of 27 Wisconsin-based companies selected to perform site preparation at Foxconn's display manufacturing facility in Mount Pleasant.
Ixonia Bank plans to expand into Milwaukee, Madison
IXONIA —For the first time in its 100-year history, Ixonia Bank has its eyes on opening a branch in downtown Milwaukee. In addition, as the community bank celebrates its centennial year, it plans to grow from a $320 million company to a $1 billion company during the next five years, according a Monday announcement.
Six county businesses hired for Foxconn work 05-08-2018
WAUKESHA — Six Waukesha County-based companies have been selected to be subcontractors on the construction for the Foxconn manufacturing facility.
Illinois attorney general to sue over Wisconsin's Foxconn
CHICAGO — Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan is threatening to sue the federal government over the massive Foxconn Technology Group manufacturing facility that's being built just north of the state's border in southeast Wisconsin.
Foxconn picks 28 companies to begin work on Wisconsin plant 05-07-2018
MILWAUKEE — Taiwan-based Foxconn Technology Group has selected 28 companies to do initial construction on its manufacturing plant in southeast Wisconsin.
Richfield panel OKs site plan for Server Products expansion 05-06-2018
With no objections, Richfield’s Plan Commission recommended approval Thursday night of a site and building plan that would allow expansion of the facility of a large employer in the village and changes in a village ordinance that would permit condominium development.
BBQ food truck to set up in West Bend this summer 05-06-2018
West Bend may have another dining option, provided patrons are willing forgo the restaurant setting that includes enclosed space complete with a dining tables and seats.
Waukesha Town Board, planners to reconsider wedding venue proposal 05-05-2018
WAUKESHA - A Town of Waukesha plan commissioner is looking for reconsideration of his proposed barn-themed banquet hall.

Wisconsin tourism economy tops $20.6 billion in 2017
MADISON - Wisconsin’s tourism economy topped $20.6 billion in 2017, which was a $631 million increase from 2016. 

Lyle Husar Designs celebrates 50 years
BROOKFIELD - During the course of 50 years, three generations of the Husar family have helped to connect buyers with their ideal pieces of jewelry.
Delafield development debate  05-05-2018
DELAFIELD - There were sharp words exchanged between newly elected Mayor Kent Attwell and developer Rob Gerbitz during the April 25 Plan Commission meeting. 
US adds a modest 164,000 jobs; unemployment down to 3.9 pct. 05-04-2018
WASHINGTON — U.S. employers stepped up hiring modestly in April, and the unemployment rate fell to 3.9 percent, evidence of the economy's resilience amid the recent stock market chaos and anxieties about a possible trade war.
New coffee shop in West Bend sets grand opening 05-04-2018
West Bend’s newest coffee shop, The Hub, 303 Water St., will have a grand opening party 7 a.m.-4 p.m. May 19.
Downtown Hartford hotel nears grand opening 05-04-2018
HARTFORD — The opening of the new Cobblestone Inn and Suites in the city’s downtown is tentatively scheduled for June 13-14.
Pindel Global Precision purchases new facility for expansion 05-04-2018
NEW BERLIN — A fair amount of work lies ahead for Pindel Global Precision as it prepares to create new headquarters in a recently acquired building, but once that’s complete, it will allow the New Berlin company to expand its offerings and update its equipment.
75-unit senior living complex proposed for village 05-04-2018
ELM GROVE — A 75-unit senior apartment complex being proposed by Horizon Development Group Inc. for the village.
District to hold info meeting about Fourth Industrial Revolution 05-04-2018
NEW BERLIN — The Fourth Industrial Revolution, dubbed Industry 4.0, represents the changing face of manufacturing.
Delafield officials wish Prestwick ‘Good luck’ 05-04-2018
DELAFIELD — City officials are wishing the Prestwick Group the best and good luck after the Sussex-based outdoor equipment and furnishing company announced it is moving its new headquarters to the village of Lac La Belle rather than Delafield.
Open house scheduled for Prestwick project 05-04-2018
LAC LA BELLE — Village residents may have two opportunities in May to learn more about the Prestwick Group’s plans to reconstruct the La Belle Golf Course and relocate their corporate headquarters adjacent to the course.
Board gives thumbs-down to Big Bend car auction facility
BIG BEND — Big Bend will not have a vehicle auction facility following a 5-2 vote by the Village Board denying Copart’s development project Thursday night.
Mosquito Joe on the job 05-03-2018
WAUKESHA — Two Waukesha residents are starting their own business to help county residents with their mosquito problems during the summer.
Senior living project on Lisbon Road can move forward
OCONOMOWOC — After getting its required second reading and discussion by the Common Council, the 22-acre property at N55-W36909 Lisbon Road has been annexed from the Town of Oconomowoc into the city and the proposed senior living project can begin moving forward.
Neighbors irked by business’ request for 24-hour operations 05-03-2018
GRAFTON — Guy & O’Neill is expanding its hours in Grafton, though neighbors are not pleased.
Downtown West Bend group OKs plan to seek ideas from students 05-03-2018
After learning additional details about the program, West Bend officials expressed their support for a measure that would allow students to assist with improving the downtown area.
Renovations nearly complete at Hartford landmark 05-03-2018
Time has sped by after Danny and Wendy Dulak, co-owners of Second Chance Ventures, purchased two historic, but rundown, buildings in March 2016 in downtown Hartford that faced uncertain futures.
Fleet Farm construction on schedule
OCONOMOWOC — Mills Fleet Farm is on its way to being completed as construction continues at the Pabst Farms location this week.
Generac Holdings: 1Q earnings snapshot
TOWN OF GENESEE — Generac Holdings Inc. (GNRC) on Wednesday reported first-quarter net income of $33.6 million.
Prestwick Group moving to Lac La Belle 05-03-2018
LAC LA BELLE — The Village Board unanimously approved Wednesday night an agreement that the Prestwick Group will rebuild the Lac La Belle Golf Course and then relocate its corporate headquarters on 26 acres adjacent to the course.
Desperate to hire, more businesses open door to pot smokers 05-02-2018
WASHINGTON — FPI Management, a property company in California, wants to hire dozens of people. Factories from New Hampshire to Michigan need workers. Hotels in Las Vegas are desperate to fill jobs.
Breaking down walls 05-02-2018
Blue Luna Yoga & Wellness opened up in downtown West Bend about three years ago with three classes with room to spare in the studio, and now, owner Felicita Holtzman is looking to expand.
Richfield panel to review proposed changes for condo development 05-02-2018
RICHFIELD — The village’s Plan Commission will discuss a proposal Thursday night that could allow construction of side-by-side condominiums in Richfield for the first time.
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield launches Medicare supplement plans 05-02-2018
WEST BEND — Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Wisconsin announced Tuesday it is offering Medicare Supplement plans to Wisconsin residents who have Original Medicare.
Fiserv has net income of $423 million in 1Q 05-02-2018
BROOKFIELD — Fiserv Inc. (FISV) on Tuesday reported first-quarter net income of $423 million.
QuadGraphics reports net loss of 3.5 million 05-02-2018
SUSSEX — On Tuesday, Sussex-based Quad/Graphics, Inc. reported a net loss of $3.5 million, a 3.1 percent decrease, during its first quarter, and net sales of $968 million.
Prestwick Group looking to buy Lac La Belle land 05-02-2018
LAC LA BELLE — The Prestwick Group is negotiating with village officials to purchase village property adjacent to the La Belle Golf Club.
Construction set to begin on new industrial park 05-02-2018
MUKWONAGO — Construction of Mukwonago’s 115-acre industrial park is on the horizon — a development project that could bring global and national investment to the village while chipping away at the county’s industrial park space deficit, said John Weidl, village administrator and economic development director.
Collin Schaefer’s Cedarburg law office merges with Madison’s OgdenGlazer 05-01-2018
CEDARBURG — The Cedarburg-based Law Office of Collin Schaefer has merged with the Madison law firm, OgdenGlazer, to become Ogden Glazer + Schaefer.
Plan Commission tables Stonewall action 05-01-2018
GRAFTON — Grafton Village President and Plan Commission Chair Jim Brunnquell said there are still concerns that need to be addressed before the village can act on a developer’s proposal to build a subdivision at Keup Road and Highway 60.
Real estate closings jump in county 05-01-2018
CEDARBURG — Real estate sales in Ozaukee County increased 24 percent this March, compared to the same month a year ago.
Server Products Inc. proposes expansion of Richfield facility 05-01-2018
A Richfield company will go before the village’s Plan Commission on Thursday night seeking approval of a proposed expansion of the company’s facility at 3601 Pleasant Hill Road.
Element Style to celebrate new Delafield location 05-01-2018
DELAFIELD — Element Style Boutique will hold an open house in its new downtown Delafield location.
Gander Outdoors switches future location to Brookfield
BROOKFIELD — After determining that the former Waukesha Gander Mountain location was not the right fit, the owner of Gander Outdoors said Monday that the store will instead open in the former Babies ‘R’ Us location at 18550 W. Bluemound Road.
Inspectors: Filter blew off apparatus before Cambria plant explosion 04-30-2018
MADISON, Wis. — Federal safety inspectors say an air filter blew off a corn grinding device shortly before an explosion demolished a southern Wisconsin corn mill last summer.
March consumer spending rebounds 0.4 percent as wages rise 04-30-2018
WASHINGTON — Americans boosted their spending by 0.4 percent in March, the best showing in three months. Meanwhile, a key gauge of inflation closely watched by the Federal Reserve rose at the fastest pace in more than a year.
Jackson officials review changes to historic mill site 04-29-2018
JACKSON — New details of the proposed refurbishment of an old mill site in the heart of Jackson surfaced this week as a village panel combed through a site plan.
U.S. businesses raise pay at fastest pace in 11 years 04-29-2018
WASHINGTON — U.S. private-sector workers received the biggest pay raise in 11 years in the first three months of the year, a sign that the tight job market is slowly lifting wages.
Checking out skilled trades 04-29-2018
SUMMIT — The Metropolitan Builders Association showcased houses to students Friday morning at Lake Country Village to introduce them to the kinds of careers they can pursue in the skilled trades.
Making strides 04-28-2018
WAUKESHA — When the Waukesha County Economic Development Corporation dissolved in late 2014, a task force set out to create a replacement.
Town of Jackson officials put brakes on trucking business — for now 04-27-2018
TOWN OF JACKSON — A proposed landscape and trucking business in the heart of a heavily agricultural area of the town of Jackson is on hold as the owners meet with surrounding neighbors.
Pizza Ranch announces opening date for West Bend restaurant location 04-27-2018
Pizza Ranch announced Thursday it will open its West Bend location on West Washington Avenue next to Burger King on May 21.
Keller Inc. announces construction projects 04-27-2018
Keller Inc. announced a pair of construction projects Thursday to commence this year, including Bob’s Main Street Auto’s Decorah Road location in West Bend.
Company offers to refurbish West Bend theater sign for free 04-27-2018
The Historic West Bend Theatre Inc. will have help renovating the iconic West Bend theater sign, put up in 1929.
Oshkosh has 2Q income of $110.8 million 04-27-2018
OSHKOSH — Oshkosh Corp. (OSK) on Thursday reported fiscal second- quarter net income of $110.8 million.
Shuttered Sonic to become Summit Credit Union 04-27-2018
WAUKESHA — The long-shuttered Sonic drive-thru on Moreland Boulevard near the intersection of Springdale Road could soon be replaced by a Summit Credit Union.
Plan Commission denies car auction facility 04-27-2018
BIG BEND — Copart, LLC.’s proposed development project for a large vehicle auction and storage facility was denied by the Plan Commission Thursday night, but the company’s proposal will return to the Village Board next week.
Making it official 04-26-2018
Construction crews put up the sign on the side of a building Wednesday morning for what will be The Cobblestone Hotel and Wissota Chop House in Hartford.
Calling the pizza posse 04-26-2018
WAUKESHA — Construction workers take advantage of the nice weather Wednesday to continue building Pizza Ranch at 926 Fleetfoot Drive in Waukesha.
ATI to invest $95 million in Cudahy expansion 04-26-2018
CUDAHY — Allegheny Technologies Incorporated has announced it will invest $95 million to expand its operations in Cudahy.
Wisconsin ranks first in manufacturing job gains 04-26-2018
MADISON — The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development has released their unemployment estimates, which state that Wisconsin ranked first in manufacturing job gains in 2018 and second in one-month construction job gains, first in the Midwest.
Utility work could begin soon at Aeroshade development 04-26-2018
WAUKESHA — A developer working to turn the now demolished Aeroshade factory on Oakland Avenue into an 18-lot subdivision said utility work needed to advance the project could take place in a matter of weeks.
New workforce development strategies encompass educators, career readiness
WAUKESHA — It’s an issue we hear about over and over again. Employers in skilled trades industries such as manufacturing and construction, as well as in areas such as information technology, can’t find workers to fill their open positions.
Two Delafield development projects stalled
DELAFIELD — The owners of two large, controversial, and significant development projects suffered setbacks during Wednesday night’s Plan Commission meeting.
Village still needs 20 properties for Foxconn plant 04-25-2018
MOUNT PLEASANT, Wis. — Mount Pleasant says it has 95 percent of the property needed to build the massive Foxconn manufacturing complex.
DNR approves pulling Lake Michigan water for Foxconn plant 04-25-2018
MADISON, Wis. — The state Department of Natural Resources has approved the city of Racine's request to pull 7 million gallons of water daily from Lake Michigan for a Foxconn Technology Group manufacturing plant.
MPTC’s ‘Toolin’ It!’ manufacturing camp registration opens
Moraine Park Technical College is offering its 13th annual “Toolin’ It! A Nuts, Bolts & Thingamajigs” manufacturing summer camp June 11-15 at the West Bend campus.
Regal Ware acquires Canadian tea press manufacturer
Regal Ware has acquired a premium coffee and tea press manufacturer from Vancouver, British Columbia.
Career Expo to include Wisconn Valley Construction Resource Fair 04-25-2018
WEST ALLIS — A Milwaukee Career Expo planned for May 3 at State Fair Park will also include a resource fair focused on “Wisconn Valley,” the location where the Foxconn manufacturing facility is slated to be built.
Car auction facility not permitted in Big Bend, attorney says 04-25-2018
BIG BEND — Village Attorney T. Michael Schober advised village officials on April 13 that a development project for a 52-acre car auction facility proposed by international car auction company CoPart, Inc. would not be permitted pursuant to the village’s zoning code, according to the attorney’s email obtained via an open records request.
Patriotic-themed BBQ restaurant proposed 04-25-2018
TOWN OF BROOKFIELD — A barbecue restaurant priding itself on its patriotism could soon replace the shuttered Boston Market building in the Town of Brookfield, following a favorable review of the eatery’s conceptual plan Tuesday.
Lisbon Town Board rejects $42M plan for former Lied’s site 04-25-2018
TOWN OF LISBON — The Town Board has rejected a $42 million development proposal for the former Lied’s Nursery Company property at the corner of Hwy 74 (Main Street) and Town Line Road.
Foxconn says DNR has approved air permits 04-24-2018
MADISON, Wis. — Foxconn Technology Group officials say the state Department of Natural Resources has approved air permits for a $10 billion flat-screen manufacturing campus in Pleasant Prairie.
Trading pills for coffee creamer 04-24-2018
MEQUON — Who knew a coffee creamer could be so beneficial? Six years ago, Kwadwo Owusu-Ofori set out to mitigate the side effects of anti-anxiety and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder medications by starting a company that designs pharmaceutical products “beyond the pill.”
Grafton puts brakes on subdivision
GRAFTON — The Grafton Village Board tabled several items for the Stonewall Reserve subdivision planned for Highway 60 and Keup Road, in response to citizen demands for further information.
Are you connected? 04-24-2018
WAUKESHA — If you haven’t shopped for a new vehicle lately — even if you have — get ready for something completely different coming in automotive technology.
Prestwick zoning hearing slated 04-24-2018
DELAFIELD — The Prestwick Group is making another attempt to get city approval for rezoning five acres of agricultural property that is part of a 28-acre corporate headquarters the Sussex-based golf equipment and outdoor furniture company wants to build near the interchange of Interstate 94 and Hwy C.
Summit Credit union eyes former Sonic site 04-21-2018
WAUKESHA - When plan commissioners gather next week they’ll field a number of applications from businesses looking to locate or expand in the city.
Public hearing Monday for single-family development in Hartland 04-21-2018
HARTLAND - The Village Board will hold a public hearing on Monday at 7 p.m. for the rezoning of a parcel of land on the eastern side of Hartland on East Capitol Drive, according to the agenda.
Axe throwing centerpiece of Waukesha’s newest bar, entertainment venue 04-21-2018
WAUKESHA - A increasingly popular bar sport aimed at helping patrons blow off a little steam while accessing their inner warrior has arrived in Waukesha. 
Fox Bros. Piggly Wiggly store planned for Port Washington 04-21-2018
HARTLAND - Fox Bros. Piggly Wiggly will open its eighth location - this time in Port Washington.
Officials train businesses to be more dementia-friendly
Washington County staff and members of an advocacy group are working to mitigate the difficulties that some older residents face at certain establishments.
Boston Store closing sale to start today 04-20-2018
BROOKFIELD — Starting today, Boston Store will begin to hold its going-out-of-business sale after parent company The Bon-Ton Stores, Inc. could not find a buyer.
More time for ideas on Delafield Street strip mall property
WAUKESHA — The city is giving developers more time to respond to a “request for expressions of interest” regarding 3.38 acres of land directly across from City Hall on Delafield Street.
Three more plead in business grants fraud 04-20-2018
WAUKESHA — Three more men have agreed to plead guilty in connection with an alleged scam in which they reportedly procured more than $200 million in government loans intended to help small businesses, the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced Wednesday.
New Delafield mayor discusses Smiley Barn issue 04-20-2018
DELAFIELD — Newly elected Mayor Kent Attwell is uncommitted on a potentially controversial issue.
Hundreds of contractors attend meeting on bidding process for Foxconn work
PEWAUKEE — Over 200 representatives from area construction companies attended an informational meeting Thursday morning at Waukesha County Technical College to learn how they can get a piece of the Foxconn pie.
Wisconsin unemployment remains at record-low 2.9 percent 04-19-2018
MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin's unemployment rate remains at a record-low 2.9 percent for a second month.
Waukesha State Bank celebrates Community Banking Month 04-19-2018
WAUKESHA —During the next two Saturdays, area residents can have their documents shredded for free as part of Waukesha State Bank’s celebration of Community Banking Month.
Slinger students ‘connect’ with possible careers 04-19-2018
SLINGER — Sometimes one-on-one meetings between prospective employees and employers can unlock a new career or the hiring of a quality employee.
Bon-Ton to close stores, including area Boston Store locations 04-19-2018
MILWAUKEE — It’s a sad day for Milwaukee-headquartered The Bon-Ton Stores, Inc. which announced the winning buyer during its bankruptcy auction is a liquidation company.
West Bend council OKs changes to allow for Honda dealership 04-18-2018
West Bend officials made several designation changes to a land parcel located on the north side of the city to allow for a commercial development project.
Germantown officials OK residential development 04-18-2018
GERMANTOWN — A large-scale residential development described as being years in the making is moving forward, despite concerns from nearby agricultural property owners.
Wisconsin Barbell getting in theZONE
OCONOMOWOC — Sometimes we can find something we like if we venture off the beaten path. More and more folks from Oconomowoc and its surrounding communities have been making this discovery for the past 15 months.
Three generations of gardening 04-18-2018
MUKWONAGO — The Thomas family, owners of the Garden Mart, will spread their roots on the south side of the village with a soft opening of their second location at S108-W28220 Maple Avenue on April 26.
City to settle Panda Express lawsuit 04-18-2018
WAUKESHA — The Common Council has given the City Attorney’s Office its approval to pursue a settlement agreement that could mean the end of a lawsuit brought by a developer looking to build a Panda Express and multi-tenant retail development at Silvernail Road and North Grandview Boulevard.
Charter Manufacturing to rebuild in Mequon 04-17-2018
MEQUON — Charter Manufacturing will build a new office building on the site where its previous headquarters were destroyed by a fire last October.
Fiddleheads opens Grafton café 04-17-2018
GRAFTON — Fiddleheads Coffee has opened its latest location at 1505 Wisconsin Ave.
Condo project eyed for Lumen Christi site 04-17-2018
THIENSVILLE — Plans for a condominium project on the former Lumen Christi property in Thiensville got their first public airing April 10.
New bridge planned to alleviate traffic at The Corners 04-17-2018
TOWN OF BROOKFIELD — Town officials are in the process of creating a plan to construct a bridge that would help disperse traffic near The Corners, according to Town Administrator Tom Hagie.
Nelson’s Automotive moves to new location 04-17-2018
CITY OF PEWAUKEE — Nelson’s Automotive of Pewaukee has moved to a new City of Pewaukee location.
DeMark’s Building Maintenance Solutions moves to new location in Waukesha 04-17-2018
WAUKESHA — DeMark’s Building Maintenance Solutions will continue to operate out of Waukesha, but from a new location at 1421 Pearl St.
Agricultural-based neighborhood plants its roots in Mukwonago 04-14-2018
TOWN OF MUKWONAGO — The town of Mukwonago is now home to possibly the first “Agrihood” in the state of Wisconsin, a 36-acre farming-type residential community that offers a ‘life on the farm’ experience with the proximity of a tight-knit community.
Keller Inc. to build addition for Oldenburg Metal Tech 04-13-2018
Keller Inc. has been selected to build an addition for Oldenburg Metal Tech, 775 Progress Driver, Saukville.
Hardware stores remain cornerstone of community 04-13-2018
DELAFIELD — When all else fails, your local hardware likely won’t, and that’s how Adam Hahn tries to get his employees to view their job.
Walmart plans remodel of stores, including Germantown
GERMANTOWN — Walmart announced Wednesday it expects to spend an estimated $42 million over the next year in Wisconsin through the remodeling of 12 stores, including in Germantown, as well as the rollout of several in-store and online innovations designed to help customers save time and money.
Home sales up 7.8% in March 04-13-2018
WAUKESHA — Home sales sprung upward during March by 7.8 percent in the four-county metropolitan Milwaukee area, when compared to the same month in 2017.
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Boelter named Prestigious Dealer of the Year Award 05-22-2018
WAUKESHA — For the third time, The Boelter Companies, Inc. has received the annual Foodservice Equipment and Supplies magazine’s Dealer of the Year award.
Sales associates join Shorewest Realtors at two Ozaukee County offices 05-22-2018
OZAUKEE COUNTY — Two sales associates recently joined Ozaukee County offices of Shorewest Realtors.
First Bank honored as ‘Top Workplace’ 05-22-2018
OCONOMOWOC — First Bank Financial Centre has been awarded a 2018 Top Workplace honor.
Port Washington State Bank earns honor 05-22-2018
PORT WASHINGTON — Port Washington State Bank has been named to the Top Workplace listing for the seventh consecutive year.
Hartland chamber welcomes Your Choice to Live 05-21-2018
HARTLAND — The Hartland Chamber of Commerce welcomed a new member recently.
D&L Financial Advisors joins Hartland chamber 05-21-2018
HARTLAND — The Hartland Chamber of Commerce welcomed a new member recently.
Delafield chamber welcomes Your Personal Gardener 05-21-2018
DELAFIELD — The Delafield Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed new member Your Personal Gardener, LLC.
Leticia Guzman agency earns top award for service 05-18-2018
WAUKESHA - Leticia Guzman, an American Family Insurance agent in Waukesha, was recognized for providing an outstanding customer experience under the American Star Excellence in Customer Experience Certification Program, according to an announcement.
Alliance welcomes Your Choice to Live 05-16-2018
HARTLAND — Your Choice to Live, a nonprofit in Hartland that offers alcohol and drug prevention education, intervention and support, recently joined the Waukesha County Business Alliance.
TeamLogic IT joins Alliance 05-16-2018
GERMANTOWN — Located in Germantown, TeamLogic IT provides customer-focused IT solutions that help small and medium-sized organizations meet their business objectives.
Strategy House joins Business Alliance
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee-based Strategy House recently joined the Waukesha County Business Alliance.
O’Connor joins Waukesha State Bank as mortgage consultant 05-16-2018
WAUKESHA — Waukesha State Bank has hired has hired Kevin O’Connor as a mortgage consultant.
Waldhuetter named business consultant for Center for Growth 05-16-2018
WAUKESHA — The Waukesha County Center for Growth, Inc., in partnership with the Waukesha County Business Alliance and the Wisconsin Small Business Development Center, announced Tuesday that Lucy Waldhuetter has been hired as a business consultant.
Hentges elected president of international association
HARTLAND — Christine Toson Hentges, CCE, was elected president during the International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association 2018 Annual Convention & Exposition.
Mequon woman joins Johnson Financial Group as its chief marketing officer 05-15-2018
RACINE — Mequon resident Emily Larsen has joined Johnson Financial Group as its chief marketing officer.
Thiensville practitioner earns reflexology award 05-15-2018
THIENSVILLE — The Reflexology Association of America has presented Lila M. Mueller the Leadership Service Award for 2018 at its recent conference in Chicago.
First Bank partners with Mel’s Charities 05-15-2018
OCONOMOWOC — First Bank Financial Centre has announced it will again be the financial sponsor for four events hosted by Mel’s Charities in 2018.
Cornerstone employees give back 05-15-2018
GRAFTON — Employees of Cornerstone Community Bank joined colleagues from banks across the Badger State in mid-April as they participated in the Wisconsin Bankers Association Power of Community event.
Laura Scott hired as branch office administrator at Bill Bauerband’s Edward Jones branch office 05-15-2018
CEDARBURG — Laura Scott recently joined a Cedarburg office of financial services firm Edward Jones as a branch office administrator.
Manitou Group announces 3 members joining North American leadership team 05-10-2018
WEST BEND — Manitou Group announced Tuesday three members joining the North American leadership team with the appointment of Don Vollmer as vice president of engineering, Todd Miorin as senior director-program management and Jeffrey Weido as senior director-product management and marketing.
Metamorphic joins Business Alliance 05-09-2018
WAUWATOSA — Recently, the Waukesha County Business Alliance welcomed Metamorphic LLC as a new member. Metamorphic LLC is a screen printing shop located in Wauwatosa.
Payne named R&R Insurance VP of sales 05-09-2018
WAUKESHA — Mike Payne of R& R Insurance Services was recently named vice president of sales. Payne joined R& R in 2012 and has been a commercial account executive.
Waukesha State Bank hires Kurth as mortgage consultant 05-09-2018
WAUKESHA — Waukesha State Bank, a full-service community bank with 13 locations in Waukesha County, has hired Mike Kurth as mortgage consultant.
FocalPoint welcomes Bautch as business coach 05-09-2018
WAUKESHA — FocalPoint Business Coaching announced Bruce B. Bautch has joined FocalPoint’s team of business coaching professionals.
Knepprath joins MRPC in Butler 05-09-2018
BUTLER — MRPC, a single- source provider of medical device components and assemblies, announced Monday that Mark Knepprath was hired as continuous improvement manager in Butler.
Attorneys join Schober Schober & Mitchell, S.C. 05-09-2018
NEW BERLIN — Schober Schober & Mitchell, S.C. announced that attorneys Christopher M. D’Errico and Jessica A. Braun have joined the firm’s New Berlin office.
Delafield chamber welcomes SERVPRO
DELAFIELD — The Delafield Area Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed new member SERVPRO of Southwest Waukesha County.
Lowlands Group names new head chef 05-08-2018
MILWAUKEE — The Lowlands Group announced Wednesday that it has hired Thomas Hauck to lead the group’s culinary program and oversee the menus of their four concepts, which include Café Hollander, Café Benelux, Café Centraal and Café Bavaria.
Waukesha pizza crust manufacturer is Family Business of the Year 05-07-2018
WAUKESHA — Waukesha pizza manufacturer Baker’s Quality Pizza Crusts, Inc. was awarded the 2018 Wisconsin Family Business of the Year Award Thursday night at the Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center in Madison, according to a press release.
Thompson named Wilson Center director 05-04-2018
BROOKFIELD - The Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts announced its next executive director on Thursday - Anna M. Thompson.
Milwaukee Tool joins the Alliance 05-04-2018
BROOKFIELD - Based in Brookfield, Milwaukee Tool manufactures heavy-duty power tools, accessories and hand tools for the trades. It recently joined the Waukesha County Business Alliance.
Business Alliance welcomes Engineering Specialists 05-04-2018
BROOKFIELD - Engineering Specialists Inc., based in Brookfield, recently joined the Waukesha County Business Alliance.
West Bend Mutual receives 2 awards 05-04-2018
West Bend Mutual Insurance Co. has been given two awards — one related to ethics and one related to arts involvement.
Howe named Kohl’s chief merchandising officer 05-03-2018
MENOMONEE FALLS — On Wednesday, Kohl’s named 30-year retail veteran Doug Howe as its chief merchandising officer.
Open for business 05-02-2018
Kohler Credit Union inside West Bend’s Meijer, 2180 S. Main St., held a ribbon-cutting ceremony April 21 and a public grand opening celebration April 21.
Delafield chamber welcomes Genetti Gardens 05-02-2018
DELAFIELD — The Delafield Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Genetti Gardens as a new member.
Good Karma Brands joins Business Alliance 05-02-2018
BEAVER DAM — Good Karma Brands, primarily a marketing company with expertise in sports and event marketing, recently joined the Waukesha County Business Alliance.
Frontier Title joins Business Alliance
HARTLAND — Frontier Title & Closing Services, a title company located in Hartland, recently joined the Waukesha County Business Alliance.
Farrow appointed to national trade committee
WAUKESHA — Waukesha County Executive Paul Farrow has been appointed to the Intergovernmental Policy Advisory Committee by U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, his office announced Thursday.
Regal Ware Inc. announces staff promotion 04-26-2018
Regal Ware Inc., based in Kewaskum, announced Wednesday that Ryan Reigle was promoted to group vice president-direct sales, which includes the Saladmaster and Kitchen Fair brands, effective Tuesday.
Partnership Bank announces promotion of Vince Muntner to retail/client experience manager 04-24-2018
CEDARBURG — Vince Muntner has been promoted to manager of retail and client experience at Partnership Bank.
Cedar Corp. employee marks anniversary 04-24-2018
CEDARBURG — Joe Coe recently celebrated his one-year anniversary as a technician in Cedar Corp.’s office in Cedarburg.
Remedy Intelligent Staffing joins chamber 04-24-2018
WATERTOWN — Remedy Intelligent Staffing recently joined the Hartland Chamber of Commerce.
Chamber welcomes Herus Group 04-24-2018
CITY OF PEWAUKEE — The Hartland Chamber of Commerce welcomed Herus Group as a new member recently.
Exit Realty XL joins chamber 04-24-2018
HARTLAND — The Hartland Chamber of Commerce welcomed Exit Realty XL as a new member recently.
St. Michael’s Anglican Church joins chamber 04-20-2018
DELAFIELD — The Delafield Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed St. Michael’s Anglican Church as a new member. St. Michael’s Anglican Church is a Lake Country parish with families stretching from Watertown to Waukesha.
The Corners joins Business Alliance 04-20-2018
TOWN OF BROOKFIELD — The Corners, a retail shopping area in the Town of Brookfield, recently joined the Waukesha County Business Alliance.
Sommer in top four of TIME’s Dealer of the Year 04-19-2018
Mequon’s Wally Sommer, president of Sommer’s Subaru, was among the top four finalists in TIME magazine’s Dealer of the Year.
Hoffman to join Greater Milwaukee Foundation 04-19-2018
MILWAUKEE — The Greater Milwaukee Foundation has named Michael Hoffman as its next vice president of human resources and organizational learning, effective May 7.
Sweet named to Girls on the Run board 04-19-2018
GLENDALE — Whitney Sweet of Whitefish Bay, was named to the Girls on the Run of Southeast Wisconsin Board of Directors, beginning her term in February 2018.
ADVENT joins Business Alliance 04-18-2018
OCONOMOWOC — ADVENT Advanced Ear Nose and Throat Specialists recently joined the Waukesha County Business Alliance.
First Bank donation backs JCC 04-17-2018
OCONOMOWOC — First Bank Financial Centre recently donated $5,000 to KidShare, the annual fundraiser for children’s programs through the Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center in Whitefish Bay.
Sass Accounting’s Laurie Ziegler earns Women in Business award 04-17-2018
SAUKVILLE — Laurie W. Ziegler, managing member of Sass Accounting in Saukville, is among 17 women selected for the 2018 Wisconsin Governor’s Trailblazer Awards for Women in Business.
Fox Bros. Piggly Wiggly wins sausage awards 04-17-2018
OCONOMOWOC — For the 10th year, Fox Bros. Piggly Wiggly has entered the Wisconsin Association of Meat Processors contest — and every year the company has been a winner.
Watterson joins Business Alliance 04-17-2018
OCONOMOWOC — Tara Watterson, a certified public accountant in Oconomowoc who works with entrepreneurs, recently joined the Waukesha County Business Alliance.
Alliance welcomes AVID Risk Solutions
WAUKESHA — The Waukesha County Business Alliance recently welcomed AVID Risk Solutions as a new member.
Law firm joins the Alliance 04-17-2018
MILWAUKEE — Fox, O’Neill & Shannon S.C., a law firm in Milwaukee that specializes in businesses, corporations, estates and families in Wisconsin, recently joined the Waukesha County Business Alliance.
Johnson Bank announces hiring of vice president/mortgage field manager 04-15-2018
Tony Petrie has joined Johnson Bank as vice president/ mortgage field manager, according to an announcement from Tom Mahoney, the bank’s senior vice president/ director of mortgage.
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