Martin Luther King Day is quickly approaching, which means many places have begun planning their holiday festivities. For instance, the Milwaukee Public Library yesterday announced a day full of art and activities on Monday, Jan. 19 for its Martin Luther King branch, located at 310 W. Locust St.
The Milwaukee Common Council voted to hold over its decision on a Milwaukee Streetcar system at a meeting held Tuesday morning at City Hall. The proposal now moves to the next common council meeting, on Jan. 21.
When Mayor Tom Barrett visited Highland Community School on Monday to welcome home a group of adolescent students from China, the trip -- according to the students themselves -- wasn't officially over yet. Today, it is officially complete.
Downtown Milwaukee continues to grow -- and new streets, bikes lanes, the Bublr like, trolleys, taxis, Uber, Lyft and other components have made it easier to get around -- but is still without the sort of modern transportation system that connects neighborhoods in other vibrant cities. UPDATED: 8th District Ald. Robert Donovan opposes the plan in a letter to Rep. Dale Kooyenga.
October 17th, 2012 – Milwaukee, WI “The best revenge is massive success.” That’s one of my very favorite quotes of all time, and it comes from Frank Sinatra. If there was ever anyone who got his revenge, it was him. Who else is even close when it comes to s...