Despite the fact that I did not grow up in Milwaukee, there are still a few places that are pure Milwaukee OG to me - like the Usinger's shop, for example. Because my grandparents lived here on Greenfield Avenue, and we'd visit every other summer, perhaps nothing is purer Brew City to me than the former Allen-Bradley, now Rockwell Automation clocktower.
The new Harbor View Plaza public space at the foot of Greenfield Avenue in the Harbor District officially opened Monday with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
Ground will be broken for the new Harbor View Plaza on Friday, Aug. 24 at 1:30 p.m. at the site of the future park, 600 E. Greenfield Ave., next to the UW-Milwaukee School of Freshwater Sciences.
Mike Irwin was a normal guy until a mysterious back pain turned into his worst nightmare: a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer. This is his story.
Discovery World and Rockwell Automation Inc. today launched a three-year project that will include a Rockwell contribution of nearly $2.5 million.
Rockwell Automation has earned Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification granted by the U.S. Green Building Council.
On an unseasonably warm and sunny February afternoon, a few OnMilwaukee.com employees stood on top of - and climbed inside - the Allen-Bradley clock tower, aka "The Polish Moon." It was a fascinating experience, thanks to tour guide Steve Strzok.
Just because you never hear good things about Bradley Tech High School in Walker's Point doesn't mean there isn't any. Perhaps the key to hearing positive news about Tech is looking beyond Milwaukee. (That's kind of a sad commentary, isn't it?)
Cedarburg's Bob Smith is a man with a common name and an uncommon talent. Smith makes his living as a "voice talent" for commercials that air on the radio, television and videos around the world.
Project Lead the Way is a national program that has made big waves across the country and in May grabbed headlines when it was announced that 20 percent of the schools on Newsweek magazine's "America's Best High Schools" list offered PLTW's science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) program. At MPS' Escuela Vieau all sixth, seventh and eighth graders participate.