Celebrating Wisconsin Dairy This June

A commentary by Secretary Randy Romanski of the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) MADISON, Wis. – June Dairy Month is upon us, and it is certainly something people across our state can be proud of. June Dairy Month is an extra opportunity to celebrate a few of the things Wisconsin is […]

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CORA Physical Therapy Expands in Wisconsin with Opening of New Location in Franklin

Franklin, Wis. – May 16, 2022 – CORA Health Services, Inc., doing business as CORA Physical Therapy (“CORA”), a top-10 national operator of outpatient physical therapy services, announced today the opening of CORA Franklin in Wisconsin. The newest addition to the company’s portfolio marks the 20th location in Wisconsin and is the first “ground-up” clinic […]

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The Molina Healthcare Charitable Foundation, Milwaukee Office of Early Childhood Initiatives and Ascension St. Joseph Announce the Welcome to Milwaukee Project, Supporting New Parents and Their Babies

Milwaukee, Wis.,  — The Molina Healthcare Charitable Foundation, in conjunction with Molina Healthcare of Wisconsin, together with the Milwaukee Office of Early Childhood Initiatives and Ascension SE Wisconsin – St. Joseph Campus today announced a new initiative designed to help newborns get a head start in life. The Welcome to Milwaukee Project will provide parents […]

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Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin’s Doors are Open: Abortion is Legal Today but our Legislature Must Act Now

Wisconsin – In response to media reports that the Supreme Court is set to overturn Roe v. Wade, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin (PPAWI) reminded people that: Abortion is still legal in Wisconsin and Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin’s doors are open. This draft decision is a wakeup call that the Court may soon formally announce […]

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New FlexRide Service Areas Drive More Access to Jobs for Thousands of Milwaukeeans Street-Corner Pickups Now Available in Large Parts of the North and Northwest Sides

MILWAUKEE – New service areas for FlexRide Milwaukee will mean improved access to jobs for people in large portions of Milwaukee’s North and Northwest sides. FlexRide leaders announced the enhancements a little over a month after the official launch of the on-demand, microtransit service. Previously, FlexRide riders were limited to requesting rides to jobs or […]

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EATING HEALTHY WITH FOODSHARE H U N G E R TAS K FO RC E I S M I LWAU K E E ’S O N LY FREE & LOCAL FOOD BANK

FoodShare benefits (or SNAP) can be a helpful resource to provide healthy food for your household, especially when you combine your benefits with other programs like WIC, Stockbox or food from a local pantry. FoodShare clients can use benefits to purchase a wide variety of healthy foods like fruits, vegetables, proteins, grains and dairy. You […]

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Wisconsin DMV online driver license renewals hits 200,000 milestone

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) online driver license renewal option hit a milestone. Just over 200,000 drivers have renewed their driver license online since the online renewal pilot program launched in May 2020. “Throughout the COVID-19 health crisis, DMV has stepped up to offer customers safer, more convenient online options,” […]

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Kohl’s Responds to Reaffirms Commitment to Maximize Value for All Shareholders

Kohl’s Corporation today issued the following statement regarding Macellum Advisors GP, LLC’s (“Macellum”) announcement of its nomination of directors for election to the Kohl’s Board of Directors (the “Board”) at the Company’s 2022 Annual Meeting of Shareholders (the “2022 Annual Meeting”): Kohl’s believes Macellum’s effort to take control of the Board is unjustified and counterproductive. […]

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EPA Announces $42 Million WIFIA Loan to Reduce Flooding in Underserved Communities in Milwaukee

WASHINGTON— Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a $42 million Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act loan to Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District. This investment will help fund the Waterway Flood Management and Restoration Project and will expand stormwater management capacity and reduce flood risk in historically underserved communities. In the first year of […]

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