With the Milwaukee Common Council set to vote on a citywide mask ordinance on Monday, more than 80 local businesses and organizations reiterated their support for a mask mandate for public spaces in order to fight the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
In excavating forgotten boxes and old purchases during quarantine cleaning, you might have found more than a few things you don't want - so here are five open spots to consider dropping off your donations.
As small-business owners in the city look for ways to supplant drastically reduced sales at their brick-and-mortar locations, restaurants, bars and other businesses in 18 Milwaukee suburbs prepared to reopen Friday, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
It's time to buy local. And not just in a general sort of way. I want Milwaukeeans to buy exclusively from Milwaukee area companies. For one year. I'm calling it #MKE12.
As the COVID-19 outbreak forces restaurants and businesses across the country to close, many small businesses throughout Milwaukee are struggling to find ways to stay open, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Whether you are just looking to treat yourself or cross a few names off of your holiday shopping list, here are three easy ways to support locally on Small Business Saturday - and beyond.
Making big things happen for small businesses is one of the goals of Brew City Match, which is helping to change the economic landscape in several Milwaukee neighborhoods, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Despite the unfavorable reputation, Milwaukee's community of color is in the midst of an energizing entrepreneurial boom. How has the city's reputation of geographic and social segregation affected business owners of color in their mission to launch, grow and thrive - and how can we improve?
Wisconsin is no stranger to bizarre headwear at sporting events. But thanks to Milwaukee-made Buck Head hats, sporting a pair of horns at a Bucks game is no longer just for Bango.
This is Startup Milwaukee's exclusive list of 25 promising young startups to watch in 2019. The list features a diverse group of companies that are building brands and breaking industry barriers right here in Southeastern Wisconsin.
The Havenwoods EDC is working with stakeholders on Villard Avenue to help turn the neighborhood around by attracting new businesses and spurring other improvements in the area, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Papyrus & Charms is a part of a new collective of Milwaukee innovators called The Bronzeville Collective MKE, located at 339 W. North Ave. in the heart of the Bronzeville Cultural and Entertainment District.
Five years ago, Mike Hodges was a criminal stuck in a rut. Now, he has turned his life around with his screen-printing business, Happy Hustlin', one of seven businesses introduced in the third round of Pop-Up MKE, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Seven finalists were announced last week Wednesday in the third year of the Near West Side Partners' Rev-Up MKE small business competition, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Seventeen businesses across three locations are participating in Pop-Up MKE, a program that provides training, mentorship and marketing to small-business owners looking for a risk-free way to test the market, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.