A new MPS school in Riverwest offers help to parents who are up to the challenge of home-schooling…
Archive | April 2004
Employment and housing were among the primary issues for acting Mayor Marvin Pratt and former Congressman Tom Barrett during one of several debates before Election Day, April 6.
by Sonya Jongsma Knauss An old lighting manufacturing plant (J.W. Speaker Corporation) that has been sitting vacant and lifeless without the bustle of industry will soon house 40 new “open concept” condominiums in the heart of Riverwest. The Hi Fi Lofts building is being developed by Andy Busalacchi, known for his Western Leather Lofts in
When asked whether it was responsible to put language about riots out in a press release, McGee said his wife questioned him on that as well. But he says, “I didn’t make those comments, I was just reporting it. We do need to talk about the possibilities and be aware of what people are thinking
by Stacy LaPoint Last October Milwaukee Magazine did a story on the city’s five worst residential landlords. One of the subjects of that piece, Timothy Brophy, Jr. owns many Riverwest properties in various states of disrepair. According to Todd Weiler, Public Information and Training Coordinator for the Department of Neighborhood Services (DNS), poor property management