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AnchorBank announces lifting of cease and desist order 04-03-2014
MADISON – AnchorBank’s cease and desist order has been lifted by federal regulators, according to a company statement.
Johnson Bank to expand into Mequon 04-03-2014
MILWAUKEE – Johnson Bank on Thursday announced it has filed an application to open a bank branch in Mequon.
Marquette receives $2.6M grant to fund virtue research
MILWAUKEE – Nancy Snow, professor of philosophy at Marquette University, is the recipient of a $2.6 million grant that will fund interdisciplinary research on virtue, character and the development of the moral self, according to a statement.
‘Dreaming Big, Working Hard’ 04-02-2014
BROOKFIELD - Pewaukee-native and NFL defensive end J.J. Watt spoke to over 250 businessmen and women at the Brookfield Suites Hotel and Convention Center Wednesday as part of the Waukesha County Business Alliance’s AMP! series.
Makeup date with destiny 04-02-2014
TOWN OF OCONOMOWOC - Beth Frost used to get her makeup from the Merle Norman store in the Town of Oconomowoc.
Food prices spiking after bitter winter weather 04-03-2014
WAUKESHA - Food costs have been rising across the country over the last few months, and that has begun to take effect on local grocery stores and customers.
Wausau Paper CEO Newell resigns, search to begin for replacement 04-02-2014
MOSINEE – On Wednesday, Wausau Paper announced that its president and chief executive officer, Henry C. “Hank” Newell, stepped down as CEO effective immediately and intends to resign from the company’s Board of Directors after a brief transition period.
Generating change 04-02-2014
SAUKVILLE - Changes at Sauk Technologies have been in the works for months and now they are coming to light. Additional jobs and new products are part of the adjustments.
The Mayfair Collection to open Thursday 04-02-2014
WAUWATOSA – The Mayfair Collection will hold a grand opening celebration Thursday with special activities, events and promotions.
Milwaukee Common Council approves $1.2M in incentives for Boston Store 04-02-2014
MILWAUKEE – Milwaukee’s Common Council on Wednesday voted to subsidize the Boston Store at the Shops of Grand Avenue.
Cellectar Biosciences names new president and CEO
MADISON – Cellectar Biosciences Inc., a developer of drugs for the treatment and diagnosis of cancer, has named Simon Pedder as its president and chief executive officer.
Catholic Financial Life posts ’13 net increase 04-02-2014
MILWAUKEE – Catholic Financial Life on Wednesday reported net income of $7.2 million in 2013, up from almost $2.8 million in 2012.
Kohl’s to donate $2M to nonprofits 04-02-2014
MENOMONEE FALLS – Kohl’s Corp. on Wednesday said it’s planning to donate $2 million this year to nonprofit organizations that serve youth.
On-site memory care matters at new facility 04-02-2014
GERMANTOWN - Residents at the Gables of Germantown once had to leave the campus for memory care services.
Gander Mountain to give away 50,000 trigger locks 04-01-2014
ST. PAUL, MINN. – Gander Mountain will give away 50,000 trigger locks as part of its firearms call to action campaign this weekend.
Wisconsin Public Service requests increased rates for 2015  04-01-2014
GREEN BAY – Wisconsin Public Service Corporation, a subsidiary of Integrys Energy Group, Inc., filed a request with the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin on Tuesday requesting the ability to increase electricity rates next year.
Rexnord Corp. to relocate headquarters 04-01-2014
MILWAUKEE – Rexnord Corp. is relocating its headquarters to the Global Water Center in Milwaukee, according to a statement.
InPro plans new Muskego headquarters 04-01-2014
MUSKEGO – InPro Corp. is planning to develop new headquarters in Muskego, according to a report filed with the city.
Portal inc. is focus for Women’s FOCUS 04-01-2014
MEQUON - Jack Reindl, a job developer for Portal inc. for more than 10 years, will speak at the April 15 Women’s FOCUS luncheon.
Mixing science and romance 04-01-2014
MEQUON - As he sits in his office and explains the technical details of diamonds, Randy Wagner shares props and periodically gets up to draw diagrams on his whiteboard.
Nobles Worldwide acquired by investment firm 03-31-2014
ST. CROIX – Levine Leichtman Capital Partners announced Monday it has partnered with management to complete the acquisition of St. Croix-based Nobles Worldwide, Inc.
Menasha Packaging acquires Pennsylvania printing company 03-31-2014
NEENAH – Menasha Packaging Company announced Monday it has acquired Strine Printing Company, Inc., of York, Pa.
OSHA cites Grede for three violations 03-31-2014
BROWNTOWN – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration said Monday it has cited Grede Wisconsin Subsidiaries LLC for three violations, including one repeat, for allegedly failing to evaluate worker exposure to respirable crystalline silica dust and other hazards at the Browntown iron foundry.
Verizon to create 23 jobs in Wisconsin before July
MILWAUKEE – Verizon Wireless announced Monday it will be creating 23 full-time positions by the end of June in Wisconsin.
Telkonet’s revenue increases 9 percent in 2013 03-31-2014
MILWAUKEE – Telkonet, Inc. announced Monday that its fiscal 2013 revenues were $13.89 million, an increase of 9 percent from fiscal 2012 and fiscal 2013 product revenue increased by 19 percent compared to the year prior.
Meijer partners with Brewers for stadium advertising 03-28-2014
MILWAUKEE – The Milwaukee Brewers have signed a multi-year partnership deal with retailer chain Meijer.
WS Packaging Group names Tinsey as CEO 03-28-2014
GREEN BAY – WS Packaging Group, Inc. announced it has named Fred C. Tinsey as CEO effective March 31.
Delafield commission to hold hearing for proposed apartments; concerns about height, density 03-28-2014
DELAFIELD - During its meeting Wednesday, the Delafield Plan Commission agreed to hold a public hearing on multifamily buildings proposed for Wells Street, but commissioners also expressed some concerns about the project.
Bucyrus Foundation donates $250,000 for Bradley Tech welding lab 03-27-2014
MILWAUKEE – A $250,000 from the Bucyrus Foundation will provide for an expansion of the welding lab at Milwaukee Public Schools’ Harry and Lynde Bradley Technology and Trade High School.
DNA committee recommends approval of Exact Sciences’ cancer screening test 03-27-2014
MADISON – Exact Sciences Corp. announced Thursday that a U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisory committee voted to approve the company’s Cologuard, a stool-based DNA, non-invasive colorectal cancer screening test.
Plan Commission to hold hearing for Wells Street apartments, expresses concerns 03-27-2014
DELAFIELD – During its meeting Wednesday, the Delafield Plan Commission agreed to hold a public hearing on multi-family buildings proposed for Wells Street, but commissioners also expressed some concerns about the project.
Cheese maker Saputo to close facility in New London
MONTREAL – Saputo, Inc. announced it will close two facilities in Canada and two in the United States, including in New London, as part of an effort to increase operational efficiency.
Elie Tahari to design limited edition collection for Kohl’s 03-27-2014
MENOMONEE FALLS – Luxury fashion designer Elie Tahari has partnered with Kohl’s Department Stores to create the retailer’s fifth DesigNation limited-edition collection.
Business Alliance announces participating nonprofits for Networking After 5 program 03-27-2014
WAUKESHA – The Waukesha County Business Alliance has announced the list of nonprofit organizations participating in the Alliance’s Networking After 5 program, “Champions of the County: Showcasing Waukesha County’s Gold Medal Nonprofits,” from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. April 15.
What’s shakin’? 03-27-2014
OCONOMOWOC - At Splash Martini Bar, there is never a quandary over how to serve the bar’s signature drinks.
Hobby Lobby open to the public 03-27-2014
WAUKESHA - Crafters rejoice: the Hobby Lobby in The Shoppes at Fox River is officially open to the public.
WS Packaging Group announces new CEO 03-26-2014
GREEN BAY - The WS Packaging Group Inc. announced that Fred C. Tinsey has been named as the company's new chief executive officer, effective Mar. 31.
Nissan recalling nearly 990k cars for airbags 03-26-2014
DETROIT - Nissan is recalling almost 990,000 cars, SUVs and minivans in the U.S. because the front passenger air bags may not inflate in a crash.
WE Energies' 'Stay Connected' plan starting early this year 03-26-2014
MILWAUKEE - WE Energies is launching a campaign urging its customers who are behind on their bills to pay up before the end of the winter heating moratorium on Apr. 16 or face disconnection.
First Federal Bank and Bay View Federal Savings and Loan to merge 03-26-2014
WAUKESHA ­ Waukesha's First Federal Bank of Wisconsin and Milwaukee's Bay View Federal Savings and Loan Association announced on March 18 that they have entered into an agreement to merge.
Accolades given to community leader in Germantown
GERMANTOWN - When Kevin Nash moved to Germantown in 1997, he never thought he would someday be named its Citizen of the Year by the Germantown Area Chamber of Commerce.
Lottery Luck 03-26-2014
There’s been some luck in the Wisconsin Lottery around Washington County as of late, including a $250,000 prize a Slinger man won on a scratch-off.
V.K. Development launches WikiRealty to aid information gathering in real estate industry
BROOKFIELD – Sanjay Kuttemperoor, president of V.K. Development Corporation of Brookfield, has launched WikiRealty as a new mobile and web application that he says can be used by the “entire ecosystem” of the real estate industry.
Three-story apartment buildings proposed for downtown Delafield 03-26-2014
DELAFIELD - Two three-story buildings containing a total of 61 units have been proposed for downtown Delafield.
Kohl’s donates more than $1.7 million to fight cancer 03-25-2014
MENOMONEE FALLS – Kohl’s Department Stores announced Tuesday a more than $1.7 million donation from Kohl’s and its philanthropic platform Kohl’s Cares to the American Cancer Society and the Southeast Wisconsin Affiliate of Susan G. Komen, continuing its partnerships with both organizations.
Sonic Foundry partners with Chinese corporation 03-25-2014
MADISON – Sonic Foundry, Inc. announced it has reached a partnership agreement with Neusoft IT Services Co., Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Neusoft Corporation in China.
Brennan resigns as Kohl’s chief merchandising officer 03-25-2014
MENOMONEE FALLS – Kohl’s Corporation Chief Merchandising Officer Donald A. Brennan has resigned, effective April 1, according to a company filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday.
Blackthorne Partners acquires Columbus company 03-25-2014
BROOKFIELD – Blackthorne Partners Ltd. has acquired Hughes Company, a Columbus-based manufacturer and international distributor of stainless steel equipment for the food processing industry.
Wisconsin residents to receive part of E-book settlement
MILWAUKEE – Wisconsin residents who purchased E-books may receive an account credit or check this week as part of a partial settlement in a price-fixing lawsuit with publishers, according to Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen’s office.
Ozaukee County home sale decline is biggest in metro area 03-25-2014
OZAUKEE COUNTY - Home sales in Ozaukee County declined by 25 percent in March, compared to the same month a year earlier.
Edward Jones hires Scofield for its office in Grafton 03-25-2014
GRAFTON - The financial services firm Edward Jones has hired Paul Scofield as the new financial adviser for its Grafton branch office, 1245 Cheyenne Ave.
Partnership Bank conducts Economic Forecast Breakfast 03-25-2014
CEDARBURG - Reporting on the economy, Dickson focused his remarks on, “The numbers look good - but why doesn’t it feel good?’
Citizens Bank elects new board member 03-25-2014
MUKWONAGO – Citizens Bank of Mukwonago has elected Cheryl Sment to its board of directors.
Sterling Aviation acquired by Houston company 03-24-2014
MILWAUKEE – Landmark Aviation, Houston, on Monday said it has acquired Milwaukee’s Sterling Aviation, an aircraft management and charter provider at Mitchell International Airport.
Reader’s Digest to move into Schlitz Park 03-24-2014
MILWAUKEE – Reader’s Digest Association is relocating its metro-Milwaukee offices from Greendale to Schlitz Park near downtown Milwaukee.
Reliant Fire Apparatus relocates from Cedarburg to Slinger 03-24-2014
GRAFTON – Albany Molecular Research Inc. on Monday announced it has signed an agreement to acquire Grafton-based Cedarburg Pharmaceuticals Inc. for $38.2 million in cash.
Albany Molecular Research to acquire Cedarburg Pharmaceuticals 03-24-2014
GRAFTON – Albany Molecular Research Inc. on Monday announced it has signed an agreement to acquire Grafton-based Cedarburg Pharmaceuticals Inc. for $38.2 million in cash.
PCS introduces tool to address state bandwidth needs 03-22-2014
The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin has launched an online tool designed to help residents and businesses estimate their bandwidth needs.  
Breakfast foods are getting pricier 03-22-2014
NEW YORK - Breakfast is now being served with a side of sticker shock. The price of bacon is surging and the cost of other morning staples, like coffee and orange juice, is set to rise because of global supply problems, from drought in Brazil to disease on U.S. pig farms.  
Waterstone Financial reports decreased income in fourth quarter 03-21-2014
WAUWATOSA – On Friday, Waterstone Financial, Inc. reported a decrease in its fourth quarter income compared to the same period in 2012, resulting partly from reduced profitability of the mortgage banking segment.
Supervalu to reduce staff at Pleasant Prairie store, lay off 155 employees 03-21-2014
PLEASANT PRAIRIE – Supervalu Inc. notified the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development on Friday that it will be reducing the number of employees at its Pleasant Prairie store by about 155.
Exact Sciences Announces Appointment of Kevin Conroy as Chairman of the Board; David Thompson to Serve as Lead Independent Director 03-21-2014
MADISON, Wis. - Exact Sciences Corp. (Nasdaq: EXAS) today announced that its board of directors has appointed Kevin T. Conroy, the company's president and chief executive, as chairman of the board.
PSC commissioner to speak at Waukesha County Business Alliance program 03-21-2014
WAUKESHA – Ellen Nowak, commissioner of the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin, will speak at the Waukesha County Business Alliance on March 28.
Fitness Revolution Brookfield launches project to improve community health 03-21-2014
BROOKFIELD – Fitness Revolution Brookfield is celebrating its third year of business by embarking on a goal to get 100 local residents in great shape by the end of the year.
Anchor BanCorp reports ’13 net gains 03-21-2014
MADISON – Anchor BanCorp Wisconsin Inc. on Friday reported 2013 net gains, according to a statement.
HGA’s Owensboro Health Regional Hospital wins award 03-21-2014
MILWAUKEE – HGA Architect and Engineers has won a national award in the American Council of Engineering Companies 2014 Engineering Excellence Awards competition for its work on Owensboro Health Regional Hospital in Owensboro, Ky.
Report: State's construction numbers down in most areas
WAUKESHA - Construction employment in Wisconsin either declined or was stagnant between January 2013 and January 2014, according to a new analysis of federal employment data released by the Associated General Contractors of America.
Swiss Emmentaler named world’s best cheese 03-21-2014
MADISON - A Swiss Emmentaler has been named the top cheese at an international competition in Wisconsin, handing the nation its fourth win in the past five years.  
A ‘Kwik’ end to the old Mobil 03-21-2014
BIG BEND - A crew from Robinson Brothers, based in Waunakee, works on demolishing the former Mobil station at the intersection of National Avenue and Highway 164.
Model maker 03-21-2014
CITY OF PEWAUKEE - As the Wisconsin Badgers were cinching their spot in the next round of the March Madness tournament, the folks at Central 3D Systems were hosting a tournament of a different kind - a pingpong tournament with paddles and balls made entirely by 3-D printers.
Walgreens nixes planned development in town 03-21-2014
TOWN OF WAUKESHA - All that work for nothing.
Johnson Controls to collaborate with European company on cooling system
MILWAUKEE – Johnson Controls announced Thursday it has partnered with German company Fraunhofer Gesellschaft to develop the next generation of cost-effective and energy-efficient cooling systems for vehicle batteries.
ManpowerGroup, Rockwell and Johnson Controls named most ethical in the world 03-20-2014
MILWAUKEE – Three Milwaukee companies – Manpower Group, Rockwell Automation and Johnson Controls – were recognized Thursday as some of the most ethical in the world by Ethisphere Institute, an independent center of research promoting best practices in corporate ethics and compliance.
Carroll lets 14 staff members go 03-20-2014
WAUKESHA - After falling short of its undergraduate enrollment target last fall, Carroll University is letting go of 14 staff members to try and “rebalance” its budget for the next fiscal year, said President Doug Hastad.
Johnson Controls to collaborate with European research company 03-20-2014
MILWAUKEE – Johnson Controls and Munich-based Fraunhofer Gesellschaft have signed a collaboration agreement to develop the next generation of more energy efficient, cost-effective cooling systems for vehicle batteries.
Marcus posts 3Q profit 03-20-2014
MILWAUKEE – Marcus Corp. on Thursday reported a fiscal third-quart profit, the Milwaukee-based company said in a statement.
The Dolan Co. to file for Chapter 11 reorganization 03-20-2014
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – The Dolan Co., the Minneapolis-based owner of Milwaukee’s The Daily Reporter and Wisconsin Law Journal, has filed for Chapter 11 reorganization.
'Beered' science 03-20-2014
TOWN OF OCONOMOWOC - Mark Duchow started his career in brewing humbly enough.
Marquette receives $5M donation for new Jesuit Residence 03-19-2014
MILWAUKEE – Marquette University has received a $5 million donation from Ray and Kay Eckstein through their charitable trust for a new on-campus residence for its community of Jesuit priests.
Council votes to suspend Kicker’s liquor license for 10 days 03-17-2014
WAUKESHA - Serving alcohol to two underage customers and then, according to police, the owner becoming unruly with police officers have cost Kicker’s Pub & Grub a 10-day liquor license suspension, but the owner’s wife - and at least one council member -  believe the business is being singled out.
Potawatomi Bingo Casino to change name in summer
MILWAUKEE – Potawatomi Bingo Casino on Wednesday announced it will change its name to Potawatomi Hotel & Casino this summer.
Actuant 2Q earnings fall 03-19-2014
MENOMONEE FALLS – Actuant Corp. said it had a lower profit in its second quarter due to the Menomonee Falls-based company’s continuing operations.
Associated Bank’s board authorizes issuing $500M in stock 03-19-2014
GREEN BAY – Associated Banc-Corp on Tuesday announced its board has authorized issuing up to $500 million in common stock.
Patrick Vogt named first chairman of Solomo Technology
MADISON – Patrick Vogt has been named chairman of the board for Solomo Technology, Inc., a Madison company that enables smart locations for the social, mobile world.
QuadMed buys minority interest in Stat Health Services
SUSSEX – QuadMed, a provider of onsite, near site and shared site employer-sponsored health and wellness solutions, has entered into a strategic partnership with Stat Health Services, according to a company announcement.
Marcus Theatres to upgrade cinemas 03-18-2014
MILWAUKEE – Marcus Theatres has announced it’s investing $50 million in its cinemas.
Carmel Builders receives Best Of Houzz award 03-18-2014
WAUKESHA – Carmel Builders Inc., Menomonee Falls, has been awarded Best Of Houzz by Houzz, a platform for home remodeling and design.
CC&N and NEXT Electric named ’14 ESOP Company of the Year 03-18-2014
PEWAUKEE – CC&N and NEXT Electric Inc. have been named ESOP Company of the Year by the Wisconsin chapter of the ESOP Association.
Annex Wealth expands to Mequon 03-18-2014
MEQUON - Since its inception a dozen years ago, executives of a Waukesha County-based financial advisory firm claim to have received a repeated request from their clientele: Add a branch in the North Shore suburbs.
The Rauser Agency opens in Mequon
MEQUON - The Rauser Agency held a ribbon-cutting event on March 6 to celebrate the opening of its new storefront location at 10938 N. Port Washington Road.
Report: Wisconsin construction jobs up in January 03-18-2014
MILWAUKEE - Construction employment improved by 1.6 percent in Wisconsin between December and January, according to an analysis released Monday by the Associated General Contractors of America of Labor Department data.
Cold, snow impact state home sales in February 03-18-2014
WAUKESHA - The bitter cold temperatures and record snowfall across Wisconsin impacted the real estate market in February.
Waukesha projects nominated for ASID award 03-17-2014
MILWAUKEE – The 38th annual American Society of Interior Designers’ Design Excellence Awards will be held March 20 and will judge nominated projects based on detail, design and aesthetics.
Meijer to get $5.25M in tax credits for distribution center
PLEASANT PRAIRIE – The state of Wisconsin is providing $5.25 million in tax credits to Meijer Inc. for its Pleasant Prairie distribution center, which is expected to employ 300 people.
Rogers’ specialists to present at national conference 03-17-2014
OCONOMOWOC – Several members of the psychiatric team at Rogers Memorial Hospital will offer their expertise during the 2014 Anxiety and Depression Conference.
Sensient Technologies urges shareholders to reject FrontFour’s bid for board seats 03-17-2014
MILWAUKEE – Sensient Technologies Corp. on Monday filed proxy materials with the Securities and Exchange Commission in an effort to prevent a board takeover by FrontFour Master Fund Ltd.
Laacke & Joys to move manufacturing division to Brookfield 03-17-2014
BROOKFIELD – Laacke & Joys Company will move the operations of its manufacturing division from downtown Milwaukee to a 50,560-square-foot building in Brookfield this summer.
Tinder co-founder to speak at Marquette University  03-17-2014
MILWAUKEE – Co-founder of the Tinder mobile dating app, Jonathan Badeen, will be one of the speakers at the Digital Advertising + Marketing Summit at Marquette University on Wednesday.
BrightStar Foundation announces new investments 03-17-2014
MILWAUKEE – BrightStar Wisconsin Foundation Inc. on Monday said its investment committee has authorized funding for its first three early stage Wisconsin companies.
Northwestern Mutual introduces new ’14 NCAA marketing efforts 03-17-2014
MILWAUKEE – Northwestern Mutual, an official corporate partner of the NCAA, on Monday introduced new marketing efforts for the 2014 NCAA men and women’s division one basketball tournaments.
St. Louis firm to acquire Jason Inc. 03-17-2014
MILWAUKEE – Jason Inc. is being acquired by St. Louis-based Quinpario Acquisition Corp. for $539 million, the company announced Monday.
Get to know Healthstat 03-17-2014
WAUKESHA - Local officials have had lots of discussion lately about a shared city/county/school district to be run by a company called Healthstat, but what really is this North Carolina-based company and how can it make such bold promises?
Do-it-yourself St. Patrick's Day brew 03-15-2014
WAUKESHA – Those wanting to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at home can wear green and recreate a pub-like green beer experience with just a few drops of food coloring, at $3.99 for the little bottle shown.
Johnson Creek Enterprises enters agreement with Republic Tobacco 03-15-2014
HARTLAND – Johnson Creek Enterprises has announced a new “strategic endeavor” with Republic Tobacco, a nationwide distributor of roll-your-own and make-your-own tobacco products.
Town of Brookfield board approves TIF resolution 03-14-2014
TOWN OF BROOKFIELD – The Joint Review Board approved Thursday a resolution creating a tax incremental financing district for The Corners project.
Match Day raises more than $3M for food and shelter agencies 03-14-2014
MILWAUKEE – The Greater Milwaukee Foundation on Friday said its third Match Day event raised $3,004,228 to support 20 Milwaukee-area food and shelter agencies.
Possible annexation of Safro Toyota moves forward 03-14-2014
BROOKFIELD – The Brookfield Plan Commission approved a step in the process of annexing the Safro Toyota on Capitol Drive into the city.
Roadrunner Transportation purchases Unitrans International 03-14-2014
CUDAHY – On Friday, Roadrunner Transportation Systems, Inc. announced it has acquired Unitrans International Corporation, a non-asset based provider of international logistics solutions based in Los Angeles.
Generation Growth Capital acquires Innovative Laser Technologies, Inc.  03-14-2014
MILWAUKEE – Private equity firm Generation Growth Capital, Inc. announced it has acquired Laser Technologies, Inc. in Minneapolis.
ZBB Energy Corporation announces pricing for common stock offering 03-14-2014
MENOMONEE FALLS – ZBB Energy Corporation announced the pricing of its underwritten public offering Friday.
Walk-through colon gives close-up view of health risks
SUSSEX – Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin on Saturday will help raise awareness about colon cancer and the importance of colonoscopy screening.
Dental Associates becomes official dental provider for Wis. Timber Rattlers 03-14-2014
WAUWATOSA – Dental Associates is now the official dental provider for the Timber Rattlers, a Wisconsin minor league baseball team, according to a company statement.
Appleton-area company expanding medical equipment training facility 03-14-2014
MADISON – Technical Prospects LLC on Friday announced the expansion of its CT and X-ray training center, a project that is expected to create 37 jobs at its facility in the Town of Grand Chute.
Out with the old! 03-14-2014
WAUKESHA - As a long, stubborn winter begins giving way to spring, residents throughout Waukesha County are turning their attention toward the time-honored tradition of spring cleaning.
UW-Madison ranked as one of top learning institutions
MADISON – The University of Wisconsin-Madison is being recognized as one of the world's top learning institutions this year, placing 28th in the Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings.
Johnsonville opens Chicago Innovation Center 03-13-2014
SHEBOYGAN FALLS – A facility opened by Johnsonville Sausage in Chicago will be focused on the research and development of new products.
Waukesha physician to help lead Wisconsin Academy of Family Physicians 03-13-2014
WAUKESHA – The Wisconsin Academy of Family Physicians announced that Waukesha physician Ken Schellhase has been elected to serve as this year’s second vice president and legislative committee chair.
Renaissance Learning to be sold for $1.1 billion 03-13-2014
WISCONSIN RAPIDS – Renaissance Learning, a K12 assessment and learning analytics company, announced Thursday it has reached a $1.1 billion purchase agreement with private equity investment firm Hellman & Friedman from the Permira funds.
Room to breathe: Oconomowoc’s unique new meeting space 03-13-2014
OCONOMOWOC - Space is always at a premium. Parties, meetings, sales gatherings and birthday parties often strain office and household spaces and can lead to a stressful environment.
No blarney about it 03-13-2014
OCONOMOWOC - St. Patrick’s Day is on Monday, but Irish heritage is celebrated year-round at The Pub in Oconomowoc.
Local restaurant owners pushing for their own reality TV show 03-13-2014
WAUKESHA - Alisha Hayes’ infectious smile and laugh greet customers when they walk through the door, and the tasty food will bring you back time and time again. It’s the bar atmosphere of “Cheers” but in a restaurant setting.
WCTC opens Lincoln Electric welding center 03-12-2014
PEWAUKEE - Welding students at Waukesha County Technical College now have a brand new training facility, thanks to a partnership with Ohio-based Lincoln Electric.
A tropical ‘staycation’ site year-round in Waukesha 03-12-2014
WAUKESHA -  Key West, Fla., is known for Ernest Hemingway, Robert Frost and Duval Street.
Donald E. Jacobs
Feb. 4 1927 - Feb. 28, 2014
WAUKESHA - When Don Jacobs finished his time in the Merchant Marines, the first job he applied for was at a tire company, but he was turned down because the manager didn’t feel he had the right personality for sales.





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