Results tagged with 'veterans'
Published Aug. 4, 2016
The Alexander Company and the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee announced today that it will lead a team of local organizations to rehabilitate and restore six buildings at the Milwaukee VA Soldiers Home, a National Historic Landmark District.
Published March 1, 2016
Recently, my family awoke to the squeal of our carbon monoxide detector. After a thorough investigation, the fire department determined that there was no leak in our house and we went back in feeling reassured. Not everyone is that lucky.
Published Feb. 22, 2016
Today, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) seeking responses from developers interested in rehabilitating a number of the Milwaukee Soldiers Home District's unused historic buildings.
Published Jan. 25, 2016
Has a book as gripping and engaging as Nicholas Petrie's crime novel, "The Drifter," ever been written about Milwaukee? Interweaving terrorism, homelessness, veterans and Riverwest, the book is a compelling page-turner.
Published Dec. 15, 2015
Longtime Milwaukee restaurateur and chef, Michael Feker, is set to appear on the Food Network's "Cutthroat Kitchen." And, if he wins, he says he'll use the prize money for a very special community project.
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BloodCenter of Wisconsin is paying tribute to all those who save the day - our armed forces veterans as well as the everyday heroes who donate blood to help others in need. All attempting donors will receive a special "Honoring those who Save the Day" t-shirt -a gift to commemorate the ...
Saturday November 21st, 2009 - South Milwaukee, WI
One small step for me, one giant leap for my one man show idea. I was booked for a gig in South Milwaukee, WI tonight with and by my friend Steve DeClark. He’s always had a knack for putting comedy shows together in non trad...
Lonnie Randolph, state president of South Carolina's NAACP chapters, is just flat wrong when he touted that paying tribute to Confederate soldiers is the same as honoring Hitler. The comparison made great fodder for headlines, and the South's oldest daily, Charleston's Post and Courier, stripped ...
November 12th was Veteran’s Day. Every year it sneaks up on me, and brings with it a sort of melancholy. It has been 17 years since my service during the Gulf War. My wartime experience was not traumatic, relative to that of others in p...
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