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Hartford looking for tenant after Kmart
With the looming July closure of the Hartford Kmart on Bell Avenue, officials and business leaders met to discuss the plaza’s future.
‘Apprentice’-style project prepares students for real business world 05-20-2016
PEWAUKEE - Teams of students at Pewaukee High School made their business pitch to a panel of judges Thursday. But in the end, there was only one winner.
Rogers Health to open facility in Minneapolis 05-20-2016
SUMMIT -  Rogers Behavioral Health - Minneapolis is set to open its doors in Eden Prairie, Minn., on Monday.
Wisconsin’s unemployment rate drops to 4.4% 05-20-2016
MADISON — Wisconsin’s unemployment dropped a bit for the month of April, down to 4.4 percent, according to data released Thursday by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Final stanza 05-19-2016
HARTFORD — Soon the doors of a one-of-a-kind city business will close at its decades-long location.
Failed drug tests a problem for local businesses 05-19-2016
Eighty-five percent of local businesses have had issues filling entry level positions because of applicants failing to pass controlled substance testing, a report conducted by the West Bend School District found.
Denali Ingredients reveals $12 million expansion plans 05-19-2016
NEW BERLIN - Wisconsinites love their dairy concoctions and for more than 40 years Denali Ingredients has been supplying ice cream makers and others in the food industry with ingredients to make such famous treats as Moose Tracks ice cream.
OSHA cites Nature’s Path for safety violations in worker’s injury 05-19-2016
SUSSEX - A rotating airlock blade severed a 30-year-old worker’s three fingertips as he cleaned the machine at a Sussex subsidiary of organic food manufacturer Nature’s Path Foods Inc., an incident federal safety investigators ruled could have been prevented if the machine had been powered down fully.
Sodexo to lay off 70 after losing Waukesha district contract 05-19-2016
WAUKESHA - Sodexo will lay off about 70 employees after losing its contract with the Waukesha School District, the Department of Workforce Development announced Wednesday.
Apprentice program to prep teens for job placement 05-18-2016
A rekindled program will help West Bend high school students find work through apprenticeships by the time they graduate in an effort to create career- and college-ready graduates.
Participants sought for full-time GED program 05-18-2016
PEWAUKEE —The Workforce Development Center is looking for individuals to participate in Building Futures, which is a full-time program that helps those ages 18 to 24, without a high school diploma, earn their GED while getting hands-on training and work experience in the construction trades.
Country Mart offering U-Haul services 05-18-2016
U-Haul Co. of Wisconsin announced that Country Mart, a BP gas station and convenience store, has signed on as a U-Haul neighborhood dealer to serve the Richfield community.
True to cheese-making 05-18-2016
THERESA — People from 21 states and two countries have visited Widmer’s Cheese Cellars in this quaint village in the northeast corner of Dodge County.
Businesses inform county of potential hazards 05-18-2016
Several businesses have informed city and county officials about hazardous materials they have on their premises so first responders can act accordingly.
Hartford’s deals for downtown shaping up 05-18-2016
Negotiations continue with property owners on the potential site of a hotel in downtown Hartford.
Cousins Subs to rebrand 44-year-old business 05-18-2016
MENOMONEE FALLS - After an economic downturn that resulted in Cousins Subs closing 41 of its locations, the chain restaurant announced this week that it will implement a large-scale rebranding initiative.
Waukesha Family Medicine Practice joins Froedtert 05-17-2016
WAUKESHA - A downtown Waukesha family medical practice has joined the Froedtert & Medical College of Wisconsin health network, according to an announcement.
Cooking up the past 05-17-2016
CEDARBURG — When Sara Dahmen brings her Housekeeper Crockery line to Cedarburg’s Rustic Palate Saturday, she’ll be returning something to downtown Cedarburg that hasn’t been in its kitchens for more than 100 years: high-quality, American-made kitchenware.
M-T Chamber of Commerce seeks nominees for 2016 Celebrate Your Community Awards 05-17-2016
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.
Twin Nail & Spa opens for business on North Main Street in Thiensville 05-17-2016
THIENSVILLE — Twin Nail & Spa recently opened for business at 251 N. Main St. in Thiensville.
Vollrath, Cedarburg-owned communications firm, acquired 05-17-2016
MILWAUKEE — Reputation Partners LLC, a full-service strategic communications firm with operations in Chicago and Milwaukee, has acquired Vollrath Associates, a public relations and investor relations firm based in Milwaukee.
Café Hollander to open Friday 05-17-2016
MEQUON — Café Hollander will open Friday in the Mequon Town Center.
G’town bar owner may lose liquor license 05-17-2016
GERMANTOWN — After two years of close calls, this may be the year that the operator of Buzdum’s Pub & Grill in Germantown loses his liquor license.
Leading the charge 05-17-2016
SLINGER - After seven years of tinkering, two Slinger men have built the longest-ranged electric vehicle available.
Shorehaven to break ground on expansion in Oconomowoc next week
OCONOMOWOC - Lutheran Homes Oconomowoc will break ground on the expansion of its Shorehaven facility, 1306 W. Wisconsin Ave., 11 a.m. May 24.
Fracking's future 05-15-2016
WAUKESHA — Hydraulic fracturing — or “fracking” — has its detractors, but the head of a regional oil council believes the process has aided manufacturers both in Waukesha and across the state.
G’town 172-unit apartment complex gets OK’d 05-13-2016
Despite a few setbacks, an apartment complex will be built on Main Street in Germantown in 2017.
The minimum markup law — antiquated or necessary?
A Great Depression-era statute that some have tried to repeal will receive renewed scrutiny if a handful of state legislators have anything to say about it.
Development with 84 apartments proposed in Hartford
Housing development in Hartford over the last decade has primarily focused on single-family home construction.
Plan Commission approves Steinhafels’ request to fill wetlands 05-13-2016
CITY OF PEWAUKEE — The Plan Commission on Thursday approved the motion to allow Steinhafels to fill two pockets of wetlands as part of its expansion.
Next president likely to face a recession 05-12-2016
WASHINGTON - Talk about a poisoned chalice. No matter who is elected to the White House in November, the next president will probably face a recession.
Round Top Properties purchases office building 05-12-2016
CITY OF PEWAUKEE —The Barry Company, a southeast Wisconsin commercial real estate company headquartered in downtown Milwaukee, announced Thursday that Round Top Properties, LLC has purchased the 12,800-square-foot office building located at N27-W23588 Paul Road.

Kohl's misses expectations as spring funk hits retailers 05-12-2016
Kohl's is joining the parade of gloomy reports from retailers.

Mequon council rejects condos 05-12-2016
MEQUON — After hearing numerous neighbors voice concern about flooding and sewer capacity, the Mequon Common Council Tuesday rejected measures that would have led to a nine-unit condominium development.
Ehlers to advise on Amcast redevelopment 05-12-2016
CEDARBURG — The city of Cedarburg will work with the financial advising firm Ehlers to determine the feasibility of redevelopment at the former Amcast site.
Walter’s Loft opening set for May 19 05-12-2016
CEDARBURG — A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held at 9:45 a.m. May 19 for the grand opening of Walter’s Loft, W62 N590 Washington Ave.
Metro home sales increase 15.1% in April 05-12-2016
WAUKESHA - The school year may be ending and families may be considering moving to a new home, but they will likely have a hard time finding much to choose from.
Joy Global to permanently close facility, affecting 130 workers 05-12-2016
MILWAUKEE - A previously announced temporary closure of a Joy Global facility in Milwaukee will now become permanent, according to a notice sent to the Department of Workforce Development on Wednesday.
Golner Precision Products purchases Sussex building 05-11-2016
SUSSEX — Golren Precision Products Inc. has purchased a 31,200-square-foot industrial building located at W222-N5734 Miller Way in the Sussex Business Park.
Helping the determined get to work 05-11-2016
The Washington County Board of Supervisors learned about an agency’s activities to encourage workforce development in the area during their Tuesday meeting.
Shopping with purpose 05-11-2016
WAUKESHA - Weaving his way around bins of donated clothing, toys and household items, Rod Colburn cheerfully greets more than a dozen St. Vincent de Paul employees and volunteers as they sort and price goods Tuesday morning.
Permit approved for expansion 05-11-2016
HARTFORD — The city’s Plan Commission unanimously approved a request for a conditional use permit Monday night from Broan-Nutone that would allow a proposed 136,000-square-foot expansion of the company’s warehouse.
Walker recognizes Waukesha companies for exports 05-11-2016
MILWAUKEE — Two of the three companies recognized by Gov. Scott Walker on Wednesday for their global business development are located in Waukesha — H.O. Bostrom and Hydro-Thermal Corporation.
Green Bay Packers extends partnership with Dental Associates 05-10-2016
MILWAUKEE —Dental Associates announced Tuesday that it has extended its marketing partnership with the Green Bay Packers to go through the 2018 season.
Cedarburg/Grafton office of Shorewest announces sales record in March 05-10-2016
GRAFTON — The Cedarburg/Grafton office of Shorewest Realtors broke a sales record in March.
M-T Chamber of Commerce seeks nominees for 2016 Celebrate Your Community Awards 05-10-2016
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
Ozaukee County home closings show healthy increase
CEDARBURG — The number of single-family, condominium and townhome properties that closed in April increased by 37.6 percent from March.
Port Washington State Bank buys properties in downtown Thiensville 05-10-2016
THIENSVILLE — Port Washington State Bank has purchased three adjacent properties in downtown Thiensville with an eye toward expansion in southern Ozaukee County.
TIF considered for Amcast site 05-10-2016
CEDARBURG — After years of sitting in a stagnant state of neglect and dormancy, plans for new economic life at Cedarburg’s 8.4-acre Amcast site are starting to sprout.
Producers try to figure out what to do with all that cheese
Forget the chicken and the egg — ponder instead the cheese, butter and milk markets.
Fire halts production at Germantown business 05-10-2016
GERMANTOWN — Production was shut down and employees were evacuated from the Rheocast Co. after a fire broke out Monday morning.
Bryce’s Lawn Service opens second location in Waukesha 05-10-2016
WAUKESHA - Bryce Satterfield announced he has opened a second location for his business, Bryce’s Lawn Service, in Waukesha.
Fire at Buca Eatery and Grill damages restaurant 05-10-2016
OCONOMOWOC - The Oconomowoc Fire Department responded to a fire at Buca All Day Eatery and Grill Saturday night.
Ansay & Associates acquires fellow insurance company 05-09-2016
PORT WASHINGTON — Ansay & Associates announced Monday it acquired Disher Insurance Services, based in Stevens Point.
Neylon addresses business regulations, promotes educational opportunities 05-09-2016
WAUKESHA — As a state representative for three years, Adam Neylon has made an impact on Wisconsin by authoring bills on robotics funding for schools and pushing to decrease expensive regulations for businesses.
Regulation would increase threshold for salaried work
The rules determining hourly and salaried employees may change soon, potentially costing businesses but giving employees more money.
Burger favorite coming to the county
CEDAR CREEK — In the gutted second floor of the former Schwai’s restaurant, the iconic building’s past was honored and an announcement about its future was made Friday morning.
Shopko reorganizes stores to appeal to millennial moms 05-07-2016
SUSSEX - With most mothers a part of the millennial generation (born between the early 1980s and late 1990s), stores are taking notice and tweaking their marketing strategies, including Wisconsin-based Shopko, which has redone all of its baby sections to appeal to that age group.
Brookfield commission to discuss Chick-fil-A, Milwaukee Tool 05-07-2016
BROOKFIELD - The Plan Commission will discuss rezoning land for a proposed Chick-fil-A and a development agreement during its 6:30 p.m. Monday meeting.
IKEA wants to open first Wisconsin store in Oak Creek
OAK CREEK - The trendy home furnishings retailer IKEA announced Thursday its plans to seek approval to build a 295,000-square-foot store in Oak Creek.
La Casa de Esperanza meets challenge
WAUKESHA — La Casa de Esperanza is halfway to its fundraising goal for the planned expansion of its charter school.
5 Diamonds proposing 2nd training facility 05-06-2016
TOWN OF WAUKESHA — After successfully building a destination for area baseball teams with 5 Diamonds and an adjoining training facility where National Football League players work out, owner Tom Kelenic said he has plans to construct a second training facility in the Town of Waukesha.
Fiserv revenue increases in first quarter 05-05-2016
BROOKFIELD — Fiserv, Inc., a global provider of financial services technology solutions, announced Thursday its internal revenue grew 4 percent and its adjusted revenue growth was 5 percent during the first quarter.
‘It’s all about local’ for returning farmers market 05-05-2016
OCONOMOWOC — Saturday mornings in downtown Oconomowoc are about to get much busier.
Village gives second helping of ‘no’ to food trucks 05-05-2016
THIENSVILLE — Village trustees continued their discussion of modifying its vendors’ ordinance as several board members repeated their distaste for allowing food trucks.
Plan Commission weighs in on TIF district changes 05-05-2016
The tax incremental finance district amendments continue to be an issue as West Bend Plan Commission members addressed the matter during Tuesday’s meeting.
Going green means more than getting green 05-05-2016
MUSKEGO - The benefits of adopting sustainable practices as part of a business plan have become so broad, said Tom Eggert, executive director of WI Sustainable Business Council, that it has become fairly difficult for companies to ignore them.
Gearbox Express opens new Mukwonago headquarters 05-05-2016
MUKWONAGO - Gearbox Express celebrated its move into a larger facility in Mukwonago on Wednesday.
Roadrunner Transportation’s revenues decline 05-04-2016
CUDAHY — Roadrunner Transportation Systems, Inc. announced Wednesday that its revenues for the most recent quarter declined 4.8 percent for a total of to $465.6 million from $489 million for the same quarter in 2015.
Generac’s reports decline in net sales, income in 1Q 05-04-2016
TOWN OF GENESEE — Generac Holdings, Inc. reported that its net sales and income declined during the first quarter when compared to the same period in 2015 despite recent acquisitions.
Caterpillar to move jobs, work to Arizona from South Milwaukee 05-04-2016
SOUTH MILWAUKEE — South Milwaukee Mayor Erik Brooks expressed his disappointment on his blog Tuesday that Caterpillar will centralize its Surface Mining & Technology Division in Tucson, Ariz.
Honda, Nissan break records as auto sales stay hot in April
DETROIT - America’s love of trucks and SUVs helped push most automakers to healthy sales gains last month as Honda and Nissan reported best-ever April sales.
West Bend board considers changes to TIF district rules
West Bend’s plan to amend rules governing its tax incremental finance districts moved forward as other public stakeholders learned what city officials wanted to accomplish.
Child labor laws topic of Employer Open House 05-04-2016
Waukesha-Ozaukee-Washington Workforce Development Centers invite business leaders to attend an Employer Open House on May 25 at the Workforce Development Center, 2200 Green Tree Road, West Bend.
Convenience store going up on S. Main St. in West Bend
Construction of a Mad Max convenience store at 1229 S. Main St. in West Bend is expected to begin this month and be completed in August, according to a news release.
County sees jump in tourism spending 05-04-2016
Visitors spent more than $115 million in Washington County in 2015, according to figures released by the Wisconsin Department of Tourism in conjunction with National Tourism Week.
WEC Energy Group posts first quarter results 05-03-2016
MILWAUKEE — WEC Energy Group Inc. reported that its consolidated revenue for the first quarter was $2.19 billion, compared to $1.39 billion in the first quarter of 2015, which the company credits to the increase to the addition of $980 million of revenue from Integrys.
Westbury Bancorp reports its net income 05-03-2016
WEST BEND — Westbury Bancorp, Inc., the holding company for Westbury Bank, recently announced that its net income rose for the first three months of 2016 when compared to the same period in 2015.
Quad/Graphics CEO pleased with first quarter 05-03-2016
SUSSEX — Quad/Graphics CEO Joel Quadracci said Tuesday he is pleased with the company’s first quarter financial results with both EBITDA and free cash flow increasing although net sales declined because the increases reflect the company’s “ongoing efforts focused on productivity improvement and sustainable cost reduction.”
Froedtert Health expands partnership with health care strategist 05-03-2016
MILWAUKEE — In an effort to continue to transform health care for the better, Froedtert Health announced Tuesday it has extended its partnership with AVIA, an organization that helps health systems advance from making a strategy to taking action.
Wisconsin unemployment payments drop by more than half 05-03-2016
MADISON - Business-friendly changes to Wisconsin’s unemployment pay system have helped erase a $1.3 billion deficit in the state fund that supports it, but critics say they have also wrongfully deprived out-of-work people of money they needed while looking for new jobs.
Slinger TIF district close to reality 05-03-2016
SLINGER — Creation of a Tax Incremental Finance District in the village only needs the OK of a joint review board to move ahead.
Pet Partners Animal Clinic opens in Sussex 05-02-2016
SUSSEX — Local women-owned Pet Partners Animal Clinic opened Monday in Sussex and is now accepting clients.
BSI adds audio Visual division 05-02-2016
CITY OF PEWAUKEE — Building Service Inc. announced that it has launched BSI AV Solutions, which will offer audio visual products and integration services to improve productivity in business environments.
Harvesting fresh water 04-30-2016
TOWN OF GENESEE - Waukesha County has a long history of financial success based on the sale of and tourism surrounding spring water, but it’s not widely known that one company continues to bottle water at the source for sale in the Town of Genesee.
Russ Darrow Group acquires Nissan and VW dealership in Sheboygan 04-29-2016
MENOMONEE FALLS — The Russ Darrow Group announced Friday it has acquired the Motorville Nissan and Volkswagen dealership in Sheboygan. It will be the company’s first dealership in the city.
Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek combines with national firm 04-29-2016
MILWAUKEE —Wisconsin law firm Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C. announced Friday it will merge with Husch Blackwell, an industry-focused full-service law firm based in Kansas City, Missouri, to create a combined business with more than 700 attorneys in 19 cities.
Door slammed on proposed Slinger hotel 04-29-2016
It didn’t take long for a consultant to draw a conclusion on the idea of a hotel in Slinger.
Raised Grain Brewing to open patio with food truck event
WAUKESHA - Along with a new patio for outdoor enjoyment, Raised Grain Brewing Co. announced it will host local food trucks to offer customers more dining options.
Oshkosh Corp’s income increases in 2Q 04-28-2016
OSHKOSH - Oshkosh Corporation reported Thursday that its net income increased during the second quarter to $56.1 million, or $0.76 per diluted share, compared to $54.6 million, or $0.69 per diluted share, in the second quarter of fiscal 2015.
Marcus Corp’s revenues increase 5.7% in first quarter
MILWAUKEE — The Marcus Corporation announced Thursday that its total revenues for the first quarter of fiscal 2016 increased 5.7 percent and its operating income rose 49.1 percent when compared to the first quarter of 2015.
Reinventing a classic 04-28-2016
OCONOMOWOC — Bringing people together, cooking delicious food and having a good brew are three things Lakeside Supper Club and Lounge owner Shane Valenti knows are important in life.
Balloons Unlimited of Sullivan offers ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ experiences 04-28-2016
OCONOMOWOC — Saying Pete Asp has his head in the clouds isn’t an exaggeration. Asp is the owner and operator of Balloons Unlimited, a hot air balloon company based in Sullivan.
Shop Local Oconomowoc supports local economy 04-28-2016
OCONOMOWOC — When Shop Local Oconomowoc week returns on May 1 it brings with it a message to look to home when shopping.
Grafton board to discuss housing policy at Monday’s meeting 04-28-2016
GRAFTON — The next step of the Grafton Comprehensive Plan update project is underway, as the Village Board will address future possibilities for housing and residential development at its next meeting.
Municipalities addressing increased requests to build cell towers 04-28-2016
OZAUKEE COUNTY — Local communities could see more utility poles rising in their horizons, but then again, maybe they won’t.
Proposal for Gasthaus site to get second look 04-28-2016
WAUKESHA - After expressing concerns over traffic increases and the possible number of tenants, city officials believe a redevelopment plan at the Gasthaus restaurant site needs a little more time for an approval.
Warehouse to get a makeover 04-27-2016
Old Fashioned Foods in Mayville at 650 Furnace St., seen here Tuesday, will remodel an existing 10,400-square-foot warehouse, according to a news release.
Rockwell Automation sales drop 7.1% in 2Q 04-27-2016
MILWAUKEE — Sales during the second quarter for Rockwell Automation, Inc. fell by 7.1 percent for a total of sales of $1,440.3 million, according to a release Wednesday.
Johnson Controls takes next step in separating automotive seating business
MILWAUKEE — On Wednesday, Johnson Controls announced that its spinoff company, Adient, filed its initial Form 10 Registration Statement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
A.O. Smith reports record sales during first quarter 04-27-2016
MILWAUKEE — International company A.O. Smith reported record sales and strong growth in net earnings during its first quarter Wednesday.
‘Big box blight’ 04-27-2016
An announcement last week by Sears Holdings that Kmart is closing its Hartford store this summer has area leaders searching for how to fill the soon-to-be vacant space.
Despite some interest, no plans looming for Fox Run Shopping Center 04-27-2016
WAUKESHA — Although some developers have inquired about plans at the Fox Run Shopping Center, there are no changes on the horizon.
Concerned residents oppose cell tower at public hearing 04-26-2016
CEDARBURG — Tensions were high at a town of Cedarburg public hearing last Wednesday when the Plan Commission reviewed comments about a proposal for a new cell tower at 4628 Cedar Creek Road.
Bringing wine to Washington County 04-26-2016
Amanda and Matthew Stefl have a passion for wine and want to take it to the next level.
Hartford Municipal Airport project could start in June 04-26-2016
Glacier-like progress on gaining final approval for proposed expansion and renovation of the Hartford Municipal Airport is inching forward.
Hartford Kmart will close this summer 04-26-2016
HARTFORD — Sears Holdings has announced in a release that the company will close 68 Kmart and 10 Sears stores this summer, including a Kmart location in Hartford.
Twin Disc continues to be negatively affected by oil and gas industries 04-26-2016
RACINE — The third quarter financial results for Twin Disc, Inc. were negatively affected by the international oil and gas industries, as well the Asian commercial marine markets.
Rexnord to exit water management platform
MILWAUKEE - Rexnord Corporation announced Tuesday it will exit the water management platform due to its revenue not delivering acceptable near-term and longer-term returns.
Meijer’s Sussex store to open June 7
SUSSEX — The first Meijer location in Waukesha County will open June 7 in Sussex.
Estate issues complicate possible sale of Gasthaus 04-26-2016
WAUKESHA — Ongoing issues between the owner of Weissgerber’s Gasthaus and the estate of his deceased brother and business partner have reportedly made it “extremely difficult” to plan future development at the popular German-style restaurant.
Cedarburg architect part of Grand Avenue plans 04-26-2016
MILWAUKEE - A Cedarburg architectural firm is playing a key role in the Grand Avenue redevelopment in downtown Milwaukee.
Glad to be in Grafton 04-26-2016
GRAFTON — After opening the Plymouth location of Pourvino about 2 1/2 years ago, owners Frank and Sally Maydak noticed something interesting: their regulars were coming from as far away as Manitowoc, Fond du Lac and even Ozaukee County.
Connecting manufacturing employees to policies 04-26-2016
WAUKESHA - For the majority of people, a rough road may seem like a driving hassle, but for manufacturers it can mean an inability to deliver products.
New kung fu studio to open in Waukesha 04-25-2016
WAUKESHA — A studio offering kung fu lessons for fitness and self-defense will open on Grand Avenue in Waukesha on June 1.
Judge refuses to stay Wisconsin right-to-work ruling 04-25-2016
MADISON, Wis. — A Dane County judge refused Monday to stay his ruling striking down Wisconsin's right-to-work law, reiterating his position that the legislation wrongly enables non-union workers to receive free representation.
Multi-tenant retail building proposed for Gasthaus site 04-23-2016
WAUKESHA — Plans that call for longtime restaurant Weissgerber’s Gasthaus to be razed for a multi-tenant retail building have been filed at Waukesha City Hall, but city planning staff members are not in favor of the two-building proposal.
Sharpening the rules 04-23-2016
OCONOMOWOC — In recent years, local municipalities have been trying to keep up with changes in state statutes regarding the possession and use of guns. With the passage of Wisconsin Act 149 in February, those same cities and townships are dealing with new rules for knives.
Waukesha County Business Alliance names top 10 Businesses of the Year 04-23-2016
WAUKESHA — The Top 10 Businesses of the Year as chosen by the Waukesha County Business Alliance were announced Friday and include Century Fence Company and Lakeland Supply, Inc.
At Your Service moves to Oconomowoc 04-22-2016
OCONOMOWOC — Non-medical home care company At Your Service announced it has moved to Oconomowoc.
Waterstone Financial’s income increases 55.6% 04-22-2016
WAUWATOSA — Waterstone Financial, Inc. reported Friday that its net income per diluted share increased 55.6 percent for a total of $0.14 for the quarter, compared to $0.09 for the same quarter last year.
Caterpillar’s revenues drop during first quarter 04-22-2016
PEORIA, ILL — Caterpillar Inc. announced Friday that its first quarter sales and revenues were $9.5 billion, a decline from $12.7 billion during the first quarter of last year.
Snap-on reports small increase in sales 04-21-2016
KENOSHA - Snap-on Incorporated reported Thursday that its sales increase 0.8 percent during the second quarter for a total of $834.2 million when compared the same quarter last year.
Johnson Controls reports increased earnings, merger with Tyco continues 04-21-2016
MILWAUKEE - In its financial report for its second quarter, Johnson Controls said it had $9 billion in revenues and a net loss from continuing operations of $530 million, which includes several non-recurring items.
ManpowerGroup's earnings increase in 1Q
MILWAUKEE - Both revenue and earnings increased moderately for ManpowerGroup during the first quarter, according to an announcement Thursday.
Possibly coming to a lake near you 04-21-2016
OCONOMOWOC — John Suttner thinks he’s figured out what Lac La Belle is missing: rented pontoon boats.
Former Storm’s Driving Range and Mini Golf opens for final season 04-21-2016
OCONOMOWOC — Oconomowoc High School graduates Reece Block and Colton Persha couldn’t believe their luck when they had the chance to own and operate the former Storm’s Driving Range and Mini Golf course last year.
Mequon council rejects zoning change
MEQUON — Residents living in neighborhoods near North Port Washington Road can rest easy.
Unemployment numbers trending in right direction across city, county 04-21-2016
WAUKESHA — One month after unemployment numbers jumped slightly in the city and county of Waukesha, the figures are heading back in the right direction.
Have a Harley your way 04-21-2016
WAUKESHA - Even motorcycle purists find a bike equipped with a Scorpion Trikes kit appealing because of its unusual, well-made design, said company president John Kroening.
Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin to partner with Meijer 04-20-2016
MILWAUKEE —The Froedtert & Medical College of Wisconsin health network announced this week it plans to work with retailer Meijer to promote health and wellness in Wisconsin.
Rummage-A-Rama! sold, will move to Washington County
MILWAUKEE — Open Productions announced Wednesday it has sold Rummage-A-Rama! to Washington County Fair Park and Conference Center.
Century Springs to acquire Green Bay Glacier 04-20-2016
GENESEE DEPOT —Water bottler Century Springs announced Wednesday it has acquired West Bend-based Green Bay Glacier Company.
Emerging companies to attend Wisconsin Tech Summit in Waukesha 04-20-2016
WAUKESHA — The Wisconsin Tech Summit on Monday will bring together 15 major companies and more than 40 emerging companies and allow them to explore possible business relationships.
Standard Electric to expand along Menomonee River 04-20-2016
MILWAUKEE - Standard Electric Supply Co. will break ground for a $4 million expansion, giving it a modern-looking facade and a main entrance overlooking the Menomonee River, the company announced Wednesday.
Aurora Health Care teams up with Anthem Blue Cross for health insurance company 04-20-2016
MILWAUKEE — Aurora Health Care and Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Wisconsin announced Wednesday they have partnered to create a new joint venture health insurance company called Wisconsin Collaborative Insurance Company.
There are more places to store 04-20-2016
It’s been in the works awhile, but now Richfield Self Storage, 3765 Fond du Lac Drive in Richfield, is complete.
Teaching teens to be financially responsible 04-20-2016
WAUKESHA - In a few short weeks, area teenagers will be starting summer jobs and bringing home their first paychecks, creating a perfect time for parents to discuss financial values and planning with their teens.
Food trucks meet resistance 04-19-2016
THIENSVILLE — A proposed ordinance to update rules covering street vendors in Thiensville turned into a discussion about whether the village wants to allow food trucks at all.
Companies graduate from ExporTech
WAUKESHA — Seven companies graduated from Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership on April 7, including two from Waukesha County.
New lease on life for Amcast? 04-19-2016
CEDARBURG — A company specializing in environmental and real estate development could soon occupy a blighted spot in Cedarburg that has been known for a range of contamination issues.
Ozaukee County home sales slide 04-19-2016
OZAUKEE COUNTY — Home sales in Ozaukee County tumbled 22.5 percent in March, far outpacing the four-county metro Milwaukee decline of 4 percent.
Committee put on hold 04-19-2016
THIENSVILLE — Nearly four years after it was organized to jump-start business development in Thiensville, the village has decided to put the Thiensville Business Renaissance Commission in mothballs.
Makeover ahead for historic Hartford buildings 04-19-2016
HARTFORD — Two historic downtown buildings have been sold and will be made into luxury apartments and retail/commercial space.
Council split on land sale to MOWA 04-19-2016
The city of West Bend will no longer own property adjacent to the Museum of Wisconsin Art, and will forgo taxes officials could potentially collect in the future.
Sendik’s becomes a nonagenarian 04-19-2016
BROOKFIELD - If Sendik’s was a person, it would be taking life at a slower pace at age 90.
Badger Meter has record results in 1Q 04-18-2016
MILWAUKEE -  Badger Meter, Inc. reported that its sales increased 20.2 percent during the first quarter and earning rose 89 percent when compared to the same period in 2015.
CJ’s Premium Spices named national competition finalist
OCONOMOWOC — CJ’s Premium Spices, LLC is a finalist in the American Small Business Championship and will compete for a $25,000 grand prize.
OwnersEdge acquires 3 Green Bay-based companies
BROOKFIELD — Employee-owned holding company OwnersEdge Inc. announced Monday it has acquired three Green Bay-based businesses: BAYCOM Inc., TourGuide Solutions and BAYCOM Cellular Inc.
Local governments prepare for hotel room tax changes 04-18-2016
Local governments are preparing for Jan. 1 when changes in how they can use money generated from hotel/motel room taxes take effect.
Medical firm proposes dialysis center in Slinger 04-18-2016
Fresenius Medical Care North America hopes to start constructing a dialysis center in Slinger this year.
Living the dream 04-16-2016
OCONOMOWOC — It is always surprising for the new owner of Sweet Mullets Brewing Company to hear people in the community say: “We have a local brewery?”
Think before copying and pasting 04-16-2016
WAUKESHA - We’ve all been there. We find an interesting article posted online and we want to comment on it and share it for the world to see.
Poll: Americans prefer low prices to items ‘Made in the USA’ 04-15-2016
WASHINGTON - The vast majority of Americans say they prefer  lower prices instead of paying a premium for items labeled ‘‘Made in the USA,’’ even if it means those cheaper items are made abroad, according to an Associated Press-GfK poll.
Wisconsin Storage Corp. buys West Allis warehouse 04-15-2016
MILWAUKEE — Real estate company The Barry Company announced that Wisconsin Storage Corporation has purchased the 49,330-square-foot warehouse located at 232 S. Curtis Road in West Allis.
Vacant building gets occupant 04-15-2016
SLINGER — The former home of a now-closed, but once successful, longtime village business may become the home for another business.
Hal’s Harley-Davidson bike named ‘Custom Kings’ winner
NEW BERLIN — After six rounds of voting and thousands of votes in a national contest, a motorcycle designed by Hal’s Harley-Davidson has been named the newest “Custom King.”
Meijer begins hiring in Waukesha 04-15-2016
WAUKESHA — A large, red-lettered sign reading “Meijer” hangs on the façade of the big box store and gas pumps stand at attention as construction enters its final stages.
ProHealth Care expands and remodels in Mukwonago 04-15-2016
MUKWONAGO - ProHealth Care has expanded and remodeled its sports medicine, physical therapy and occupational therapy areas in Mukwonago.
Wisconsin adds most jobs in 12-month period since 2004
MADISON - Data released by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics on Thursday showed that Wisconsin added 47,500 private sector jobs from March 2015 to March 2016, which is the largest private sector job growth for a 12-month period since 2004.
Alto-Shaam selects company for digital asset management 04-15-2016
MENOMONEE FALLS — Commercial food service equipment maker Alto-Shaam has selected the Widen Media Collective for its digital asset management needs.
Baseball stadium, new Sendik’s highlight economic developments across Milwaukee County 04-14-2016
WEST ALLIS — From a new component to Franklin’s The Rock sports complex to the final piece of West Milwaukee’s extensive Miller Parkway revamp, municipal leaders recently highlighted a number of commercial developments and big-picture planning efforts that are underway as the year progresses.
Uptown expansion recommended 04-14-2016
SLINGER — Site and architectural plans for the nearly 8,200-square-foot expansion of Uptown Motorcars were recommended for approval by the village Plan Commission on Wednesday night at its monthly meeting.
Milwaukee Bucks formalize lease with Wisconsin Center District 04-14-2016
MILWAUKEE — A formal lease agreement was signed Wednesday by the Milwaukee Bucks with the Wisconsin Center District that will keep the basketball team here for the next 30 years.
Paving a path into the future 04-14-2016
OCONOMOWOC - Laying asphalt doesn’t sound like work that would have evolved much in 75 years, but the third generation of the Wolf family has implemented several key recycling and technology changes that have increased the efficiency at Wolf Paving, as well as made it more marketable to clients.
Talbots to open in Johnson Creek outlet stores 04-13-2016
JOHNSON CREEK — The women’s clothing retailer Talbots will open later this month in the Johnson Creek Premium Outlets.
The Crest to have grand opening in May 04-13-2016
WAUKESHA — The new Irish bar The Crest will have a grand opening celebration the weekend of May 12 to May 15 in downtown Waukesha.
Downtown BID Board approves improvements 04-13-2016
Downtown West Bend is changing its look with upgraded lights, new plants and shrubs, and additional bike racks for visitors.
Metro home sales down, but not in Washington County
WAUKESHA — Home sales took a downturn in March and declined 4 percent in the four-county metro Milwaukee area. However, sales in Washington County were up.
Metro Milwaukee home sales drop 4 percent in March 04-13-2016
WAUKESHA — Home sales took a downturn in March and declined 4 percent for the four-county metro Milwaukee area, which is the first time sales decreased during the past 14 months in the market.
Detailed plans revealed for Waukesha businessman’s school 04-13-2016
MILWAUKEE - The school founded by HUSCO International Executive Chairman Gus Ramirez has begun to take several key steps toward accomplishing Ramirez’ goals of offering a quality, Christian education to a population that doesn’t normally have access to well-rounded education.
Kohl’s notifies state of pending layoffs 04-13-2016
MENOMONEE FALLS - As previously announced, Kohl’s will close its store in Brown Deer, resulting in about 85 workers  losing their jobs.
Marcus Theatres purchases Illinois cinema 04-12-2016
MILWAUKEE - Marcus Theatres has purchased a 16-screen cinema in Country Club Hills, Ill., which it plans to renovate, resulting in the creation of 150 jobs.
Ellenbecker Investment Group adds insurance division
CITY OF PEWAUKEE — Financial planning firm Ellenbecker Investment Group announced has created an insurance division.
Froedtert Hospital launches affiliation with Cleveland Clinic 04-12-2016
MILWAUKEE — Froedtert Hospital has partnered with Ohio-based Cleveland Clinic to leverage the organizations’ academic, clinical and research components.
Fairchild Equipment buys Lift Truck Specialists in Menomonee Falls 04-12-2016
MENOMONEE FALLS — Fairchild Equipment recently announced it has acquired the assets of Lift Truck Specialists, which had been its physical neighbor in Menomonee Falls.
Midway Inn & Suites Hotel being transformed into a Best Western Premier 04-12-2016
BROOKFIELD — The new ownership of the Midway Inn & Suites Hotel is renovating the facility so it can become the highest tier hotel in the Best Western franchise called Best Western Premier.
State attorneys to seek stay of right-to-work ruling 04-12-2016
MADISON — State attorneys will seek an immediate stay of a ruling striking down Wisconsin’s Republican-authored right-to-work law as soon as a judge signs off on a formal order solidifying the decision, Attorney General Brad Schimel promised Monday.
Residential development plan under review 04-12-2016
HARTFORD — The city’s Plan Commission took less than 15 minutes during its Monday night meeting to approve a concept plan for a proposed multi-unit housing development in the town of Hartford north of Liberty Avenue.
Focusing on ‘disruptive innovation’
BROOKFIELD — On Monday, a groundbreaking ceremony was held for a $35 million expansion at Milwaukee Tool’s headquarters in Brookfield, which Milwaukee Tool Group President Steve Richman said is attributable to his company’s focus on the needs of the customers and creating “disruptive innovation” through its quality products.
IBAW to host ‘Meeting the Demands of Today’s Employers’ 04-11-2016
MILWAUKEE - The Independent Business Association of Wisconsin and Wisconsin Lutheran College are partnering to present a monthly business meeting featuring Thomas Plath, vice president of Human Resources Global Business.
Plan Commission to discuss proposed Carroll building plans 04-10-2016
WAUKESHA — The Plan Commission will meet on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. to discuss a preliminary site plan and architectural review of the proposed Carroll University Lowry Hall project.
Slinger company looks to add 20,000 square feet 04-10-2016
A longtime business in Slinger has gained additional support from village officials in the company’s efforts to expand.
Opposition heard to Hartford’s reliever route plan 04-10-2016
Officials from Washington County, Hartford and those involved in economic development have been working for months pursuing construction of a Hartford Highway 60 reliever route.
Hartland Service revved up for growth
HARTLAND — When vehicle emissions testing became privatized more than three years ago, Hartland Service owners Mike and Debbie Kusch embraced the opportunity and hired trained professionals to handle the testing and work with potential long-term clients. 
MILLENNIALS FUEL apartment-building boom 04-08-2016
DENVER — Jason and Rebecca Petersen’s lives are in flux, just as they are for many young families.
Brownfield study opens door for Richfield development
RICHFIELD — You’re singing to the chorus. That’s what Richfield Plan Commission Chairman James Otto basically said to a representative of Vandewalle and Associates after a lengthy presentation about future village development at the Commission’s meeting Thursday night.
Cash for deeds on the rise 04-08-2016
Remember the old saying “cash on the barrelhead”?
Area pharmacy remains closed amid investigation 04-08-2016
NEW BERLIN — The New Berlin Pharmacy remains closed and its phone number temporarily disconnected following a search of the premises and the home of its owner last month by authorities investigating allegedly faked prescriptions and insurance fraud.
WCTC celebrates grand opening of new manufacturing center 04-07-2016
PEWAUKEE — Waukesha County Technical College officials and supporters gathered Monday to celebrate the grand opening of a new 24,000-square-foot manufacturing facility aimed at better preparing students to address the skills gap crisis.
Council questions $1 million clinic price 04-07-2016
OCONOMOWOC — Questions regarding the purchase by the Oconomowoc Area School District of the former Wilkinson Clinic, 915 Summit Ave., for $1 million swirled at the Oconomowoc Common Council’s regular meeting Tuesday.
Cold storage, parking lot plans get approval 04-07-2016
A series of additional construction projects are planned for West Bend, including a cold storage facility and a parking lot reconfiguration for a couple of businesses.
Making old into new 04-07-2016
OCONOMOWOC — Entrepreneur Keith Stewart and his wife, Laurie, are fading and ripped upholsteries’ worst enemies.
Concerns raised about new museum apartment designs
WAUKESHA — An updated version of the Waukesha County Museum apartment plan that would accommodate adequate parking and unit space was met with some negative reactions from a city commission.
HomeGoods to open Sunday at Mayfair Collection 04-06-2016
WAUWATOSA - HomeGoods will hold a grand opening for its new location in the Mayfair Collection on Sunday.
Stop on by The Beauty Bar 04-06-2016
HARTFORD — The Beauty Bar’s owners aren’t the only ones excited that the salon is open.
Bader Rutter plans to move to downtown Milwaukee 04-06-2016
BROOKFIELD — Marketing agency Bader Rutter announced it will move to Milwaukee in spring 2017.
Pilot cafe to be removed from Delafield Kohl’s store 04-06-2016
DELAFIELD — The two cafes installed in Kohl’s stores in Menomonee Falls and Delafield will be removed in the next few weeks after the pilot program failed to deliver the anticipated results, according to a statement Tuesday from Jen Johnson, Kohl’s vice president of corporate communications.
USGA wants minimal impact to town of Erin residents 04-05-2016
TOWN OF ERIN — Something new or different happening in a smaller community tends to draw a lot of questions from its residents.
What Costco shoppers should know before credit cards arrive 04-05-2016
The days of the American Express Costco credit card are coming to an end.
Café Hollander seeking employees 04-05-2016
MEQUON — The Lowlands Group, which is opening a new Café Hollander restaurant in the Mequon Town Center, is hiring employees.
Hospital selected for cardiac pilot 04-05-2016
MILWAUKEE — Physicians at Columbia St. Mary’s will have access to a unique set of tools to help them communicate and collaborate with their patients with heart disease through an innovative pilot program at selected health facilities in Florida and Wisconsin.
Entrepreneur gets hands dirty 04-05-2016
SLINGER— Dirt Dynasty is building an empire one bucket of worm castings at a time.
Prayers answered for local tavern owner 04-05-2016
With the recent passing of Easter in her mind, completing a holy week for Christians worldwide, an unassuming Catholic from Slinger prayed for an answer to her troubles.
Legends of the Field relocating to Waukesha 04-05-2016
WAUKESHA - Sports memorabilia store Legends of the Field is in the process of moving into Master Z’s in Waukesha - both owned by Jim Lindenberg.
Wangard marketing 70-acre mixed use development 04-05-2016
SUSSEX - Located across from the soon-to-open Meijer retail store in Sussex, 70 acres of land may soon be turned into industrial and retail structures.
MRPC adds new equipment due to growing business needs
BUTLER — MRPC, a single-source provider of medical device components and assemblies, has added several new injection molding machines to its operations, according to an announcement from the Butler-based manufacturer.
NLRB: Menard Inc. violates labor law in employee treatment 04-04-2016
MILWAUKEE — Wisconsin- based home improvement chain Menard Inc. is violating federal labor law in how the company treats its employees, staff at the National Labor Relations Board concluded.
Area students compete in building skills contest  04-04-2016
They could be auditioning, but the next stop isn’t Hollywood.
State awards money for West Bend airport work 04-03-2016
State officials announced Friday that funds to help complete a project this year at the West Bend Municipal Airport have been approved.
Museum apartment plans up for discussion next week 04-02-2016
WAUKESHA - A project that would convert a portion of the Waukesha County Museum into high-end apartments is set for further review next week.
US auto sales headed toward best month in 10 years 04-01-2016
DETROIT — Most major automakers reported big U.S. sales gains in March as the auto industry appeared to be headed for its best month in more than a decade.
US gains 215,000 jobs in March, unemployment rises to 5 pct. 04-01-2016
WASHINGTON — U.S. employers notched another solid month of hiring in March by adding 215,000 jobs, driven by large gains in the construction, retail and health care industries.
Alliant wins approval for $700M power plant near Beloit
MADISON - Alliant Energy Corp. has won preliminary approval from a regulatory panel to build a $700 million natural gas-fired power plant near Beloit.
Report: State zapped by electric rates
A study shows electricity rates in Wisconsin are the highest among eight Midwest states, but residents might not be paying as much because on average they use less power.
No place like Oconomowoc for new business 03-31-2016
OCONOMOWOC — Lisa Gottfried knows There’s No Place Like Home, and she’d like to show you.
Grafton to refund more than $16,000 to Time Warner Cable
GRAFTON — A $16,083 tax refund will be made in the village based on an assessing error last year.
Unemployment up slightly across city, county 03-31-2016
WAUKESHA — While unemployment rates stayed the same or fell across more than half of Wisconsin municipalities and counties over the past month, the city and county of Waukesha are trending slightly in the opposite direction.
Top companies in Washington County share key characteristics 03-30-2016
The Kewaskum Aluminum Co. was founded in the early 1900s, specializing in cookware products.
Workforce Development Center plans Spring Job Fair on April 20 03-29-2016
PEWAUKEE — The Waukesha County Workforce Development Center invites job seekers to connect with more than 120 of the area’s top employers at the Spring Job Fair on Wednesday, April 20 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
DentaQuest move takes 500 jobs 03-29-2016
OZAUKEE COUNTY — When DentaQuest moves its offices from Mequon and Grafton this summer, it will take 500 jobs out of Ozaukee County.
Meijer to get company 03-29-2016
GRAFTON — People shopping at Meijer in Grafton will likely have somewhere to eat just next door by the end of the year.
Richfield company donates to new firehouse 03-29-2016
RICHFIELD — A business in the village’s industrial park has agreed to donate cabinets and countertops for Richfield’s new central fire station.
MillerCoors works to keep Leinenkugel, Blue Moon rising 03-27-2016
CHICAGO — Dick Leinenkugel has logged countless hours in Texas and Southern California lately, spreading the gospel of shandies in locales with abundant sunshine and underdeveloped craft beer markets.
Company paying for road construction 03-27-2016
It’s rare when a municipality gets something for nothing but that appears to be the case in the town of Polk.
The future is now at Trace-A-Matic 03-26-2016
PEWAUKEE - On Tuesday, the Wisconsin Technical College System Board awarded its “Futuremakers Partner” award to Trace-A-Matic.
Nobile is president of Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Wisconsin 03-26-2016
MILWAUKEE - Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Wisconsin announced that Paul Nobile has been named its president.
Two Milwaukee public accounting firms merge 03-26-2016
BROOKFIELD - Sitzberger, Hau & Company S.C. and Deignan & Associates, S.C. have merged.
Moody’s affirms Waukesha’s strong financial position
WAUKESHA — Moody’s Investor Service assigned the highest debt rating available (MIG-1) to the $10.7 million in short term debt to be used by the city this year.
Nehm’s Greenhouse in Slinger has new owner 03-25-2016
A long-time Slinger business has a new owner.
Milwaukee Pizza Company opens in downtown Waukesha 03-25-2016
WAUKESHA - For now the newly opened Milwaukee Pizza Company is only selling frozen pizza from its downtown shop, but come April it will offer cooked pizzas for pickup or delivery - as well as pizza by the slice.
Wisconsin adds 8,000 private sector jobs in a month 03-25-2016
WAUKESHA  - The Department of Workforce Development said Thursday that the state added a preliminary 8,000 private sector jobs in February.
‘The Range’ thriving in Richfield 03-24-2016
When Jim Babiasz’s oldest son, Josh, approached him back in 2013 about opening up a gun range in Richfield, he wanted nothing to do with it.
Hasler tossing dough, building community at Eric’s Hand Tossed Pizza and Subs
OCONOMOWOC — Eric Hasler has been putting in 80-hour work weeks since he was 17 years old and started managing his first pizzeria.
Calling all burrito lovers 03-24-2016
OCONOMOWOC — The last few days have been busy for the Roaring Fork Restaurant Group as it prepares to open its 53rd Qdoba location tomorrow.
A record winter market 03-24-2016
OCONOMOWOC — When the clock struck 1 p.m. March 20, the winter farmers market season came to a close, but with it came a 1,000 person attendance bump from last year.
Passion for panache 03-24-2016
Linda Krusick and her husband, John, bought the Olive Sprig in Cedarburg, previously Olive ’n Vinnie’s, two years ago.
Dealing with a resume gap 03-24-2016
WAUKESHA - Whether by choice or by life’s circumstances, people will take a break from the workforce, but Jim Palzewicz, founding partner of Action COACH of Elm Grove, said not to hide that break when seeking a return to the workforce, but to play up the skills a person learned during that period.
Hiring for Waukesha Meijer to start in next few months 03-23-2016
WAUKESHA —The new Meijer location in Waukesha is anticipated to open later this summer and the significant amount of hiring to staff the store will start soon.
MRPC acquires New Hampshire manufacturer 03-22-2016
BUTLER — Medical device components and assemblies provider MRPC has acquired Johnson Precision, a global supplier of plastic injection molded components and assemblies that is based in New Hampshire.
Oshkosh Defense awarded Defense contracts 03-22-2016
OSHKOSH — The United States Department of Defense has awarded several contracts to Oshkosh Defense for military vehicles.
Off/Aisle by Kohl’s opens 03-22-2016
WAUKESHA - Only the third in the nation, Off/Aisle by Kohl’s has opened at 120 East Sunset Drive, Unit C.
Orangetheory Fitness to hold grand-opening celebration at location in Mequon Town Center 03-22-2016
MEQUON — Orangetheory Fitness will celebrate its grand opening in the Mequon Town Center Thursday.
Focusing on balance 03-22-2016
THIENSVILLE — The concept of balance is something that applies to almost anything in life, including humans.
James Temmer 03-22-2016
CEDARBURG — While the Better Business Bureau Serving Wisconsin serves consumers throughout the state, as of the end of February, it might just feel a little more familiar to local folks thanks to the appointment of its new president and CEO, James Temmer.
West Bend man, 36, dies after industrial accident 03-22-2016
MEQUON — A machine operator at Carlson Tool & Manufacturing who was caught in a machine last week died Thursday.
Mortenson to oversee Bucks arena construction 03-22-2016
MILWAUKEE - Mortenson Construction will oversee the construction of a new arena for the Milwaukee Bucks, according to a Monday announcement.
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