Today's Feature West Coast crisis leads to rise in US homeless population LOS ANGELES — The nation's homeless population increased this year for the first time since 2010, driven by a surge in the number of people living on the streets in Los Angeles and other West Coast cities. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development released its annual Point in Time count Wednesday, a report that showed nearly 554,000 homeless people across the country during local tallies conducted in January.
That figure is up nearly 1 percent from 2016. MARKET RESULTS Find the latest stock market results from Bloomberg Markets. Top 100 Wisconsin Businesses Cabela’s eyes options, may sell all or part of business12-06-2017 NEW YORK — Cabela’s may be seeking a buyer for all or some of the sports chain. The retailer has been under pressure since late October when the investment firm Elliott Management bought a 6 percent stake and pushed for strategic changes from the company, like the potential sale of its credit card unit.
20 YEARS IN BUSINESS 12-06-2017 HARTFORD — Economists say small businesses are the backbone of the nation’s economy. An example of that is Salon East Salon and Spa which is nearing its 20th anniversary in business. A budget-friendly, shabby-chic boutique shop 12-06-2017 MUKWONAGO — The Feather and Fringe, owned by Mukwonago resident Nicole Gunderson, is a small boutique shop nestled in the first floor of a 19th century church at 216 Main St.
in Mukwonago. 150-acre development proposed in Town of Lisbon 12-06-2017 TOWN OF LISBON — Neumann Companies is proposing a nearly 150-acre multiuse residential and commercial development along Hwy 164 between Jay Lane and Good Hope Road, north of the Sussex village boundary. State gears up for hemp farming 12-05-2017 Gov. Scott Walker may have designated ginseng as the state herb when he signed 36 bills into law Nov.
30, but that isn’t the plant that has people talking. Vrakas CPAs + Advisors acquires accounting firm 12-05-2017 BROOKFIELD —Vrakas CPAs + Advisors acquired the accounting firm of Radke & Schlesner, S.C. effective Dec. 1. ETC sales decline significantly in 3Q 12-05-2017 WAUKESHA —Electronic Tele-Communications, Inc. on Monday reported its third quarter results declined substantially when compared to the third quarter of 2016, but ETC’s CEO said the company remains slightly profitable.
Aurora to merge with Advocate 12-05-2017 MILWAUKEE — Once Advocate Health Care and Aurora Health Care merge into the 10th largest not-for- profit, integrated health care system in the United States, it will serve nearly 3 million patients each year. Black Friday deals boosted US auto sales in November12-04-2017 DETROIT — Black Friday deals and strong consumer confidence pushed auto sales higher in November despite waning demand for post-hurricane replacement vehicles.
Putting down roots 12-03-2017 West Bend’s new economic development manager returns to the area after taking a winding road. Rustic Orchid, a place to explore creativity 12-02-2017 MUKWONAGO — Express your creativity and discover the artist in you at The Rustic Orchid, in the heart of Mukwonago at 111 N. Rochester St. Delafield officials question ‘neighborhood hospital’ proposal 12-02-2017 DELAFIELD — The fate of a proposed “neighborhood hospital” is uncertain following a Wednesday Plan Commission meeting where there appeared to be more questions than answers about the development proposal on the northeast corner of the Hwy.
83/Interstate-94 interchange. Plans for Town of Brookfield Hilton hotel advancing 12-02-2017 TOWN OF BROOKFIELD — A dormant, three-story office building on the town’s far west side could soon give way to a new hotel concept. It’s not your college ramen 12-01-2017 Gregg Des Rosier and the staff at Tochi Ramen, 705 Village Green Way, West Bend, want the public to get away from the stereotype of ramen noodles.
You know, those packaged noodles you can find at the grocery store for only a couple dollars. Former Greenfield Steinhafels to be site of new retail 12-01-2017 GREENFIELD — The building that Steinhafels recently vacated at 8400 W. Layton Ave. for a new space in the 84 South development will be the site of new retail development. Back to drawing boards for Hendricks12-01-2017 DELAFIELD — It is back to the drawing boards for Hendricks Commercial Properties and their proposed new, large, multiuse building in downtown Delafield.
Residents object to Prestwick project 12-01-2017 DELAFIELD — Nearly a dozen citizens are accusing city officials of conducting public hearings five days before Christmas in effort to “fast track” approval of a light industrial and corporate office campus near the Interstate 94/Hwy C interchange. TIMBER! Duluth Trading Company officially opens for business 11-30-2017 WAUKESHA - The grand opening featured a lumberjack show, with log-sawing and carving competitions.
Walker announces national ad campaign to attract workers 11-30-2017 MADISON — Gov. Scott Walker is calling on the Legislature to approve nearly $7 million to pay for a national ad campaign to bring more workers into Wisconsin. Industries for the Blind opens new Menomonee Falls facility 11-30-2017 MENOMONEE FALLS — Representatives from one company are hoping to provide additional opportunities for those who face obstacles for employment — so much so that they have relocated a portion of their operations to better recruit workers.
Nothing Bundt Cakes opens in Brookfield 11-30-2017 BROOKFIELD — On Wednesday, Nothing Bundt Cakes opened its doors and plans to have special grand opening events in the new year. Seafood restaurant FreshFin Poke to open in The Corners11-30-2017 TOWN OF BROOKFIELD — Milwaukee East Side restaurant FreshFin Poke will open a 2,100-square-foot space in The Corners this coming spring. Country Springs to become Ingleside Hotel after $10M renovation 11-30-2017 WAUKESHA — The Country Springs Hotel will become The Ingleside Hotel after $10 million in proposed renovations are completed in the spring of 2018, according to a Wednesday announcement.
US economy expanded at brisk 3.3 pct. pace in third quarter 11-29-2017 WASHINGTON — Led by a rise in business investment, the U.S. economy grew at an annual pace of 3.3 percent from July through September, its fastest rate in three years. How local businesses adapt in the age of social media 11-29-2017 The playing field for businesses has rarely been equal, with larger retailers traditionally dominating the advertising and revenue space.
Mount Pleasant board approves Foxconn deal 11-29-2017 MOUNT PLEASANT — The Mount Pleasant Village Board has unanimously approved a historic agreement with Foxconn, the Taiwanese company building a huge flat screen manufacturing campus in the community. Klemm leaving Villa at Heaven City to join Delafield restaurants 11-29-2017 MUKWONAGO — Chef Robert Klemm announced Tuesday he is closing The Villa at Heaven City, which he owns and operates in Mukwonago, to join two prominent restaurant groups in Delafield.
SEEK partners with Hmong Chamber 11-28-2017 GRAFTON — SEEK Careers/Staffing Inc. has announced a partnership with the Milwaukee-based Hmong Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce. Witte’s thinks about writing next chapter 11-28-2017 CEDARBURG — Each growing season, local residents have driven past their favorite grocery store and out into the town of Cedarburg for fresh produce from Witte’s Vegetable Farm.
Planned gun range gets Mequon loan 11-28-2017 MEQUON — The Mequon Common Council, with no discussion Nov. 14, unanimously approved lending $50,000 from its revolving loan fund to help get plans for a shooting range off the ground. Cedarburg CDA approves developer’s agreement for Amcast site 11-28-2017 CEDARBURG — The Cedarburg Community Development Authority recently approved a developer’s agreement for the redevelopment of the Meta Mold/Amcast property.
Excellent corn yield highlights area farmers’ growing season 11-28-2017 A break in the weather may signal the end of what has been a slow harvest season. Five-story building proposed in Delafield 11-28-2017 DELAFIELD — Hendricks Commercial Properties is proposing to build a five- story, 107,000 square-foot, multiuse building on the northwest corner of Genesee and Main streets in downtown Delafield that may include 42 condominiums.
Steinhafels opens new store in Greenfield 11-26-2017 GREENFIELD — Steinhafels has opened a new furniture and mattress store in Greenfield’s 84South shopping complex. Black Friday craziness at Menards 11-26-2017 WAUKESHA — Menards in Waukesha, like many stores, had deep sales for Black Friday and the parking lot was full as a result at 9 a.m. and throughout the morning. A gift from the heart 11-25-2017 WAUKESHA - For those searching for a gift that is unique, personal and lasts a long time, local art gallery owners say holiday shoppers need look no further than handcrafted and one-of-a-kind artwork.
Black Friday marks the start of the annual holiday shopping season 11-24-2017 Thanksgiving is traditionally when loved ones gather to enjoy each other’s company, in times spent reconnecting with those missed during the remaining part of the year. Husband, wife dream a little dream together 11-24-2017 Wes Krimmer has an extensive journal of people he’s served in his culinary career. It reads like a weekly lineup for a late-night talk show: Oprah Winfrey, Johnny Depp and Britney Spears for a small sampling of the much longer list.
Lending increases 6.6% at Wisconsin banks 11-24-2017 MADISON — During the first three quarters of 2017, net lending at Wisconsin state-chartered banks increased by 6.6 percent compared to the previous year, according to data released by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp on Wednesday. New developments continue taking shape 11-24-2017 BROOKFIELD — Developments at The Corridor, Brookfield Square and elsewhere in Brookfield are taking shape, following a series of recent motions by city officials.
Chef Jack official caterer for future renovated building11-24-2017 WAUKESHA — No stranger to historic downtown Waukesha buildings, Chef Jack’s Catering has been named the official caterer for what will be the renovated former Waukesha County Courthouse that is being turned into apartments. Kwik Trip plans $300 million capital investment 11-22-2017 LA CROSSE, Wis. — Kwik Trip is planning to make a $300 million capital investment to support its convenience store chain.
Housing market loosens slightly in state 11-22-2017 MADISON — New data from the Wisconsin Realtors Association shows that the state’s tight housing market is showing signs of loosening. Eagle Technology Receives 2017 Milwaukee 7 Export Development Grant 11-22-2017 Eagle Technology, an international developer of Computerized Maintenance Management Software and Enterprise Asset Management systems, announced Tuesday it is a recipient of a Milwaukee 7 International Export Development grant.
Riding through the woods 11-22-2017 MAPLETON — Although she owns Waukesha County’s only horse-drawn winter sleigh ride service, Mary Jane Swedberg does not fret over whether there will be a white Christmas. Thunder Mountain Press Gallery adding antiques 11-22-2017 OCONOMOWOC — Linda Meyer is working to turn personal loss into something new for Thunder Mountain Press Gallery, the business she manages in the Old Theatre Mall.
Small businesses offer more than just products 11-22-2017 It’s often said that small businesses are the backbone of the country’s economy, something which may become more evident when looking at the impact they have on smaller communities like those in Washington County. Oconomowoc celebrates season German style 11-22-2017 OCONOMOWOC — The sixth annual German Christmas Market of Oconomowoc is coming to the downtown area this Thanksgiving weekend.
A dual-language workplace 11-22-2017 NEW BERLIN — When it became increasingly difficult to fill vacant positions at Felss Rotaform about a decade ago, CEO David Gazzo knew he had to adopt a different hiring approach in order to keep his machines running and to fulfill orders. Nothing they can do 11-21-2017 CEDARBURG — Almost three dozen residents of Cedarton Estates received a lesson in state government last week, and it was a bit of a bitter pill to swallow.
Oconomowoc officials reviewing easterly welcome mat 11-21-2017 OCONOMOWOC — It is an area of the city that includes low-rise to mid-rise buildings, historic buildings with an array of architectural styles and a range of property classifications. MOD Pizza opens in Oconomowoc 11-21-2017 OCONOMOWOC — A growing pizza chain that aims to provide a new and cutting-edge feel to families despite its national presence has officially brought its expansive list of toppings to the city’s growing Pabst Farms area.
Committee asks for residents’ opinions on revitalizing downtown 11-21-2017 MUKWONAGO — The Downtown Strategic Plan Steering Committee is offering a survey to Mukwonago residents, business owners and tourists to gauge their interests and thoughts on the revitalization of the village’s downtown, according to Village Administrator John Weidl. Farrow signs 2018 county budget 11-18-2017 WAUKESHA — Accompanied by supervisors from Waukesha’s County Board, County Executive Paul Farrow signed the 2018 county budget on Friday afternoon.
Feds propose $1.8 million fine in Cambria plant explosion11-17-2017 MADISON, Wis. — A Wisconsin milling company should pay $1.8 million in fines for failing to prevent a fatal plant explosion earlier this year, federal labor officials announced Friday. Hard work is a family tradition at MJ Stevens 11-17-2017 TOWN OF ADDISON — Mark Jug tapped into more than 80 years of experience — all the tips and tricks of the restaurant industry — to establish MJ Stevens Pub ’N’ Restaurant, 5260 Aurora Road.
Wisconsin added 9,500 jobs in October 11-17-2017 MADISON — During October, 9,500 private sector jobs were created in Wisconsin, according to data released Thursday by the Department of Workforce Development. This Great Coffee Place in Hartland to close 11-17-2017 HARTLAND — After 11 years of business, This Great Coffee Place in Hartland will close. According to the business’s Facebook page, a buyer is sought.
OHS hospitality class partners with Golden Mast 11-16-2017 OCONOMOWOC — The Oconomowoc High School hospitality class partnered with the iconic Golden Mast Inn of Okauchee last month for a real restaurant management and operations experience, according to a press statement from the Oconomowoc Area School District. MOD Pizza to hold grand opening Friday 11-16-2017 OCONOMOWOC — A growing pizza chain that aims to provide a new and cutting-edge feel to families despite its national presence has officially brought its expansive list of toppings to the city’s growing Pabst Farms area.
Apartment project awaiting standard plan approvals, financing 11-16-2017 CEDARBURG — Little has changed since the Arrabelle apartment project architectural plans for the former St. Francis Borgia School site were approved in July. Abendroth to veto Logemann sale 11-16-2017 MEQUON — Mequon Mayor Dan Abendroth said Wednesday he will veto action taken by the Mequon Common Council to approve a contract to sell the Logemann Center property for a restaurant.
Cedarburg revokes August Weber Haus liquor license11-16-2017 CEDARBURG — After more than two hours of testimony and an hour of closed session deliberation, the Cedarburg Common Council unanimously voted Tuesday night to revoke the Class B liquor license for the August Weber Haus. Former Signicast owner donates $2 million for WCTC manufacturing center 11-16-2017 PEWAUKEE — The former president and owner of Signicast Corporation, Walter (Terry) Lutz, donated on Wednesday $2 million to Waukesha County Technical College.
A brilliant business model 11-16-2017 PEWAUKEE — Back in 2004, Janet D’Amato of Pewaukee took out a loan as a single mother of two and started a hairstyling and nail technician salon called Brillare, which means to brilliantly shine in Italian. Double J Transport will move to new location Dec. 1 11-15-2017 TOWN OF POLK — After decades of leasing their location in Jackson, Double J Transport will soon move into a newly constructed building they will own and which is four times the size of their current facility.
Duluth Trading Company to have soft opening this weekend 11-15-2017 WAUKESHA — The new Duluth Trading Company location in Waukesha will have a soft opening this weekend and a grand opening Nov. 29. Gathering around the fire at Outside Inn11-15-2017 MUSKEGO — When the doors of Outside Inn open this spring in Muskego, be prepared to be transported into the woods. Officials reviewing plans for Brookfield Square BistroPlex theater 11-15-2017 BROOKFIELD — Plans for a Marcus Corp.
multiplex theater at Brookfield Square have come into sharper focus following some recently revealed details. Ameriprise Financial announces Thursday open house at new Mequon office 11-14-2017 MEQUON, WIS. – Ameriprise Financial will hold an open house 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday at its new branch office in Mequon. Driverless car lanes among options studied for Foxconn plant 11-14-2017 MILWAUKEE — As regional leaders prepare for challenges that will result from the massive Foxconn plant in southeastern Wisconsin, the possibility of driverless vehicles is being studied as one way to deal with traffic issues.
Yoga for life 11-14-2017 MEQUON — As a busy mom with a growing family, Paula Evans found that she didn’t always find time to nurture her yoga practice. Court rules against abandoned Clark Station 11-14-2017 GRAFTON — If the owners of the abandoned Clark Station on Washington Street don’t close out the underground gasoline tanks they left behind, the state will do it for them. Council to review August Weber liquor license tonight 11-14-2017 CEDARBURG — A Common Council hearing on the status of the August Weber Haus’ Class B liquor license will be held at 7 p.
m. today at Cedarburg City Hall, W63 N645 Washington Ave. Wheel & Sprocket purchases Bay View industrial building11-14-2017 MILWAUKEE — Wheel & Sprocket will open its first location in Milwaukee after purchasing a building in the Bay View neighborhood. Proposed federal tax laws cause concern for Realtors11-14-2017 WAUKESHA — Mike Ruzicka, president of the Greater Milwaukee Association of Realtors, is happy with how October ended — with a 6.
2 increase in home sales — but is concerned about possible future federal tax laws and how they may negatively affect the housing market. Turning from eyesore to ‘sloppy’ delight11-12-2017 HUBERTUS — The building at 3723 Hubertus Road, which houses Sloppy Joe’s Saloon and Spoon, was meant to be a restaurant. Developer proposes apartments at former brewery site 11-11-2017 WEST BEND — Developers interested in renovating the former brewery adjacent to Highway 33 presented details of their plans to mixed reviews from West Bend officials.
Tax rates drop in 2018 Mukwonago budget 11-10-2017 MUKWONAGO - The Village Board unanimously approved on Thursday night a 2018 budget that will increase the village’s total tax levy by $101,123 due to an increase of 2.208 percent in net new construction, according to the Mukwonago 2018 Annual Budget Document. Finance Committee unanimously passes new proposed budget 11-10-2017 WAUKESHA - Months in the making, the 2018 Waukesha County budget, with a total tax levy of $103,422,375 was officially adopted by the Finance Committee Wednesday morning.
City hopes to give Summit Avenue corridor shot in the arm 11-09-2017 OCONOMOWOC — The Oconomowoc Common Council approved Tuesday a resolution authorizing the Community Development Authority to seek interest proposals from groups who would like to spruce up underutilized areas of the Summit Avenue Corridor. City housing outlook nears planned 60/40 split 11-09-2017 OCONOMOWOC — The city’s established goal of creating a ratio in which 60 percent of residences will be single-family homes and 40 percent duplex or multifamily abodes is nearing its completion, a briefing said.
West Bend Downtown BID Board to pay for extra holiday decorations 11-09-2017 West Bend officials will invest additional money to maintain the holiday decorations they use to adorn the city. Rockwell Automation misses 4Q profit forecasts 11-09-2017 MILWAUKEE — Rockwell Automation Inc. (ROK) on Wednesday reported fiscal fourth-quarter profit of $204.6 million. Russ Darrow opens West Bend Nissan dealership 11-09-2017 WEST BEND — Russ Darrow Group opened its Nissan dealership, 2675 W.
Washington St., on Wednesday morning. Former employee to open Brennan’s Cellars in Madison11-09-2017 MADISON — A former Brennan’s Market employee will bring the brand back when he opens Brennan’s Cellars in Madison during December. BBB Wisconsin says optimistic holiday sales forecasts is good for job seeker 11-08-2017 The Business Bureau Serving Wisconsin said Friday because of predictions of increased holiday sales over last year, retailers are expecting to hire more seasonal workers and potentially turn tens of thousands of seasonal jobs into full-time employment.
Turning up the volume 11-08-2017 SLINGER — It was a momentous occasion for Emily Balistreri when she opened the hair salon, Volumize Studio at 103 Kettle Moraine Drive South, Slinger, about seven months ago. Entering the business world EARLY 11-08-2017 HARTLAND — Cam Prescott, a 12-year-old “Kidpreneur,” has started her own line of lip balm called Smooch Lip Balm and Slime. New owner takes over glass pyramid11-07-2017 GRAFTON — What is believed to be one of the tallest buildings in Ozaukee County is now under new ownership.
Marcus Hotels & Resorts offering holiday events 11-07-2017 MILWAUKEE — From dazzling tree lightings and breakfast with Santa to ugly sweater parties and holiday meals, Milwaukee-area residents can find exciting festivities this year at The Pfister Hotel, Hilton Milwaukee and InterContinental Milwaukee hotels, according to a press release. Ozaukee September home sales dropped 4.2 percent11-07-2017 OZAUKEE COUNTY — According to data provided by the Greater Milwaukee Association of Realtors, home sales in the metropolitan Milwaukee Area decreased an average of 1.
1 percent in September, marking only the third time in 2017 that sales fell. ‘A super-funky store’ 11-07-2017 MUKWONAGO — The Green Rabbit Clay Studio, a new retail pottery shop and clay studio on 611 Main Street in Mukwonago, will open for business on Saturday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. said owner Jessie Schroeder Voss. Casa del Rio grand reopening a success 11-07-2017 WAUKESHA — After a week full of family-friendly activities, from trick-or-treating to tequila tastings, Casa del Rio has successfully finished its grand reopening.
FirsTime Design limited announces third quarter results11-05-2017 NEW BERLIN — FirsTime Design announced Friday net sales for the nine months ended Sept. 30 of $6,620, an increase of 17.1 percent compared to the same period last year, and consolidated net loss of $146 or ($0.09) per common share for the nine-month period. Looking fore-ward 11-04-2017 WAUKESHA - Wisconsin Indoor Golf Center opened for the season Friday with two new golf simulators.
The Crepe Cafe brings taste of Europe to Waukesha 11-04-2017 WAUKESHA — About 60 percent of the customers who have walked into The Crepe Café have never had a crepe — and owner Llazar Konda is excited to expose them to the European treat. Jason Industries reports 3Q loss 11-03-2017 MILWAUKEE — Jason Industries Inc. (JASN) on Thursday reported a loss of $1.6 million in its third quarter. Open a brew pub? ‘Sure.
We like beer’11-03-2017 Wayne Kainz and his wife, Dana, wanted to open a restaurant in downtown West Bend in 2004. Bill’s & Brei’s Taco Station closes 11-03-2017 WAUKESHA — Only open a short time, Bill’s & Brei’s Taco Station in downtown Waukesha has closed. Marcus Corp. files lawsuit over planned cinema at The Corners 11-03-2017 TOWN OF BROOKFIELD — The parent company of a local movie theater chain on Thursday made good on a pledge to take legal action against a planned cinema at The Corners mixed-use development.
Hydro-Thermal Corp. hosts nonperishable drive for troops11-02-2017 WAUKESHA — Hydro-Thermal Corporation, a Waukesha developer and manufacturer of Hydroheaters, is hosting a nonperishable donation drive from Nov. 11 to Nov. 17 to collect food and personal care items for U.S. troops, according to a press release. Bear Arms gets OK for loan from city 11-02-2017 MEQUON — The developer of a planned indoor shooting range on Mequon’s far southwest side has received initial approval for a $50,000 loan from the city’s revolving loan fund.
Mequon office building destroyed by fire 11-02-2017 MEQUON — The former headquarters for Charter Manufacturing was destroyed in a fire Monday night. Book World to close all locations 11-02-2017 Book World Inc. announced Wednesday that all 45 locations would be closing and a liquidation sale would begin today and continue until all inventory is sold. The company has more than 300 employees. Rexnord beats Street 2Q forecasts 11-02-2017 MILWAUKEE — Rexnord Corp.
(RXN) on Wednesday reported fiscal second-quarter earnings of $29.8 million. Rockwell board rejects acquisition proposal 11-02-2017 WAUKESHA — Rockwell Automation, Inc. confirmed Tuesday it has rejected an unsolicited proposal from Emerson to acquire the Milwaukee company. Badger Meter acquires N.C. company 11-02-2017 WAUKESHA — Badger Meter, Inc. announced Wednesday it acquired the assets of Carolina Meter & Supply, based in Wilmington, North Carolina, and hired its five employees.
Johnson Controls expands battery portfolio to address increased demand 11-02-2017 WAUKESHA — Johnson Controls Power Solutions will add 11 battery group sizes in order to meet a growing need. A decade of ‘liquid gold’ 11-02-2017 BROOKFIELD — Josh Saiia, owner of Oro di Oliva, is celebrating 10 years of selling premium quality, award-winning extra virgin olive oils and balsamic vinegars. Generac’s net sales increase 22.
5% in 3Q 11-02-2017 TOWN OF GENESEE — Significant hurricane activity around the country resulted in Generac Holdings, Inc. having a strong third quarter with its net sales increasing 22.5 percent. US auto sales fall even with strong sales of SUVs and trucks 11-01-2017 DETROIT — Increased demand from rental car companies, strong truck and SUV sales, and recovery from hurricanes in Florida and Texas weren't enough to push U.
S. auto sales into positive territory for October. Artisan Partners beats 3Q profit forecasts 11-01-2017 MILWAUKEE — Artisan Partners Asset Management Inc. (APAM) on Tuesday reported third-quarter profit of $30.7 million. Modine posts 2Q profit 11-01-2017 RACINE — Modine Manufacturing Co. (MOD) on Tuesday reported fiscal second-quarter net income of $15.9 million, after reporting a loss in the same period a year earlier.
Oshkosh tops Street 4Q forecasts 11-01-2017 OSHKOSH — Oshkosh Corp. (OSK) on Tuesday reported fiscal fourth-quarter profit of $93.5 million. Fiserv misses Street 3Q forecasts 11-01-2017 BROOKFIELD — Fiserv Inc. (FISV) on Tuesday reported third-quarter net income of $232 million. Rustic Manor continues growing in Delafield 11-01-2017 DELAFIELD — Because of their entrepreneurial spirit and ability to work with government bureaucracies, Eric and Whitney Shneyder are familiar faces in City Hall.
Harbor Freight to open Waukesha store in mid-December 11-01-2017 WAUKESHA — The first Harbor Freight store in Waukesha County is set to open during mid-December in Waukesha’s Westbrook Shopping Center. Quad/Graphics reports increased earnings in 3Q 11-01-2017 SUSSEX — Quad/Graphics, Inc. said by executing its company objectives, it has been able to succeed financially in the third quarter.
>>Older stories WHO'S NEWS Belman wins 2017 Builder of the Year award12-06-2017 WAUKESHA — When David Belman, president of Belman Homes, Inc. was awarded 2017 Builder of The Year by the Metropolitan Builders Association on Friday, he represented the first-ever father and son to win this award in its more than 65-year history. Wilson Center CEO Sprangers announces retirement 12-06-2017 BROOKFIELD — Lynn Sprangers, CEO and president of the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts, will retire at the end of the year.
Mequon resident recognized as Super Lawyer 12-05-2017 MILWAUKEE — Brian Smigelski, a Mequon resident, has been recognized in the 2017 Super Lawyer listings. Ozaukee Realtors donate to disaster fund 12-05-2017 CEDARBURG — Ozaukee Realtors Association recently donated $1,210 to the Realtor Relief Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Village Pointe Commons marks opening 12-05-2017 Village Pointe Commons celebrated its grand opening in October with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and reception at the Grafton campus, 101 Walnut Circle.
Old World Foundation joins Alliance 12-05-2017 TOWN OF EAGLE — The Waukesha County Business Alliance recently welcomed the Old World Foundation as a new member. Lakeside Development Company joins Alliance12-05-2017 MEQUON — Lakeside Development Company recently joined the Waukesha County Business Alliance. Alliance welcomes Lichtsinn & Haensel12-05-2017 MEQUON — Lichtsinn & Haensel, a law firm out of Milwaukee, recently joined the Waukesha County Business Alliance.
Coda Yoga joins chamber 12-01-2017 HARTLAND — The Hartland Chamber of Commerce welcomed CodaYoga as a new member recently. Marquardt, Bence join Ixonia Bank 11-30-2017 IXONIA — Ixonia Bank announced that Steve Marquardt has joined the bank as a retail lender and Jim Bence has joined as associate vice president of retail lending. Kuehn, Macejkovic celebrate 40 years with BSI 11-30-2017 WAUKESHA — Ralph Kuehn and Jim Macejkovic are celebrating their 40th anniversaries this year at BSI (Building Service Inc).
Klemm leaving Villa at Heaven City to join Delafield restaurants 11-29-2017 MUKWONAGO — Chef Robert Klemm announced Tuesday he is closing The Villa at Heaven City, which he owns and operates in Mukwonago, to join two prominent restaurant groups in Delafield. Jon Willems of Commerce State Bank completes Graduate School of Banking 11-28-2017 CEDARBURG — Jon Willems, market president for Commerce State Bank, recently successfully completed the 25month-long Graduate School of Banking program offered by the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Cedarburg High School graduate earns professional legal honor 11-28-2017 NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Adam Severson, a 1994 graduate of Cedarburg High School, has been named a fellow of the College of Law Practice Management at an induction ceremony during the organization’s Oct. 27 Futures Conference in Atlanta. Roadrunner Transportation Systems names new chairman of the board 11-24-2017 CUDAHY — James Staley has been named the new chairman of the board for Roadrunner Transportation Systems, Inc.
, a transportation and logistics service provider. Innovations in health care 11-21-2017 MEQUON — Three teams of health care innovators claimed a total of $60,000 Nov. 8 as the winners of the Healthcare Innovation Pitch event, held at the Hilton Milwaukee City Center as part of Milwaukee Startup Week activities. Kettle Moraine High School recognized for personal finance education 11-19-2017 WALES — Kettle Moraine High School has been awarded a Next Gen Personal Finance Gold Standard Distinction for its commitment to the education of all students in 21st century personal finance skills.
Lockheed Martin to give partner award to Dedicated Computing 11-18-2017 CITY OF PEWAUKEE — Dedicated Computing, a partner for Lockheed Martin Rotary and Mission Systems, has been selected by the company to receive the RMS Small Business Award at a ceremony in Orlando, Florida. Advia Credit Union celebrates anniversary 11-17-2017 TOWN OF BROOKFIELD — The Greater Brookfield Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Nov.
1 to celebrate Advia Credit Union’s one-year anniversary and to celebrate its membership in the Brookfield chamber. Hillside Chiropractic and Wellness joins the chamber 11-17-2017 DELAFIELD — Hillside Chiropractic and Wellness recently joined the Delafield Chamber of Commerce. West Bend Mutual Insurance honored with national workplace award 11-15-2017 For the eighth year in a row, Business Insurance magazine and the Best Companies Group named West Bend Mutual Insurance Company as one of the nation’s top places to work in the large property/casualty insurer category, a news release said Friday.
Carroll appoints interim VP of finance and administrative services 11-14-2017 WAUKESHA — Carroll University has appointed Yvonne Berry as interim vice president of finance and administrative services. Meijer continues charitable toy program 11-14-2017 GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — For the fourth consecutive year, Meijer is donating a portion of customer purchases made in the toy department, up to $400,000, to children’s gift-giving programs throughout the Midwest.
Waukesha Metal Products engineer honored with Women in Excellence award 11-14-2017 SUSSEX — Angela Klawes, an engineer with Waukesha Metal Products, has been selected by MetalForming magazine as one of its 2017 Women of Excellence in MetalForming & Fabricating. Associated Bank opens in The Corridor11-14-2017 BROOKFIELD — The Greater Brookfield Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Nov.
6 in conjunction with the grand opening of the new Associated Bank branch at The Corridor in Brookfield. W.M Sprinkman welcomes new employees 11-14-2017 WAUKESHA — W.M. Sprinkman, a process equipment manufacturer headquartered in Waukesha serving the dairy, food and beverage, and brewing industries, recently welcomed three new employees. Froedtert & MCW network pledges $1.65 million for dental clinic in Waukesha County 11-08-2017 Froedtert & The Medical College of Wisconsin health network will make a $1.
65 million investment to improve access to dental care for medically underserved people living in Waukesha County. Business Alliance welcomes Pavlic Vending Service 11-03-2017 WAUKESHA — A Waukesha company, Pavlic Vending Service provides full-line vending and office refreshment services to Wisconsin businesses. Special Olympics joins Business Alliance 11-03-2017 WAUKESHA — The Special Olympics Wisconsin recently joined the Waukesha County Business Alliance.
Aperture Labs joins Business Alliance11-03-2017 WAUKESHA — Aperture Labs, an IT firm located in Waukesha, recently joined the Waukesha County Business Alliance. Cedarburg chamber to award honorees at Nov. 9 meeting11-02-2017 CEDARBURG — The Cedarburg Chamber of Commerce has announced the names of businesses and individuals who will be honored at the Chamber’s upcoming annual meeting and awards presentation Nov.
9. Anderson receives Rotary Global Grant 10-31-2017 CEDARBURG — Ryan Anderson, a senior at the University of South Carolina and a 2014 graduate of Cedarburg High School, is a recipient of the Rotary Global Grant to pursue a Masters of Public Health at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. Lori Gervais earns national recognition on listing of ‘Top Wealth Adviser Moms’ 10-31-2017 MEQUON — Lori Gervais, director with The Gervais Group at Baird, has been selected as one of the individuals on the first-ever “Top Wealth Adviser Moms” list released by Working Mother magazine and SHOOK Research.
Cornerstone Community Bank’s gift card drive to assist Ozaukee Family Services over holidays 10-31-2017 GRAFTON — Cornerstone Community Bank is hosting a gift card drive at its Grafton location, 2090 Wisconsin Ave., in November. Schowalter named to Community Bankers Council 10-31-2017 PORT WASHINGTON — Steven R. Schowalter, chairman, president and CEO of Port Washington State Bank has been selected to serve on the American Bankers Association’s Community Bankers Council.
Ozaukee Realtors installs new president 10-31-2017 CEDARBURG — Ozaukee Realtors Association recently installed its new president, Troy Bretl with Realty Executives Choice in Port Washington, at its Installation and Awards Banquet held at the Port Hotel in Port Washington. Froedtert’s Mequon Health Center celebrates opening10-31-2017 The 92,000-square-foot facility saw its first patients Oct. 19.
An open house Oct. 7 was attended by more than 500 people. Badger Truck Center wins Deloitte Wisconsin 75 award 10-29-2017 MILWAUKEE — Badger Truck Center, a second-generation, family-owned commercial truck dealership, was the recipient of the Deloitte Wisconsin 75 award for 2017. >>Older storiesSee Also: Health First Insurance Phone Number
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