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Whitewater property owners receive money from city as part of East Gateway Project
Twelve property owners received a lump some of $146,568 from the city for either the permanent acquisition of land or the temporary use of it as part of the city's East Gateway construction project.
Edgerton officials: I-90/39 project could boost downtown traffic, commerce
When the state Department of Transportation cranks up its lane-expansion project on Interstate 90/39 between Beloit and Madison, traffic in downtown Edgerton could double.
Milton businesses seek more direction signs along bypass
What if Milton put a big "Milton" sign on the 175-foot-tall Cargill building on the city's east side? That could be one solution to the city's problem getting traffic off the Highway 26 bypass.
Realtor to help Milton market business parcels
The city of Milton is contracting with a local real estate firm to help it market business parcels the city owns along the Highway 26 bypass corridor.
Erdman's Countryside Inn in foreclosure
As Rich Erdman fights the town of Milton over suspension of his liquor license at the embattled Countryside Inn, now comes news the tavern is in foreclosure.
Whitewater crash victims identified
Mouh Seguir Hammoutene, 43, of San Antonio, Texas, and Kenneth Paul, 52, of Milwaukee were the drivers involved in a crash Monday afternoon at Highway 12 and Walworth Avenue, Whitewater, according to the Walworth County Sheriff's Office.
CPA offers tax tips for late filers
Tuesday is the 2013 federal income tax filing deadline. If you're not going to meet it, Jim Bartlett, a certified public accountant who owns three Liberty Tax Service franchises, offers last-minute tips.
Rebounding construction industry looks to apprentices to fill void
Rebounding construction industry looks to apprentices to fill void
Work that once was hard to come by now is more available, and construction companies are facing the revival with a shortage of skilled workers. Many are returning to the Wisconsin's apprenticeship program.
Cost to save Milton blacksmith shop could be $400,000
Cost to save Milton blacksmith shop could be $400,000
The oldest building in Milton, and probably the first in the U.S. made of lime grout, is crumbling to ruin, and it could cost $400,000 to fix it.
Milton mayor: DOT highway access rules are blocking $5 million in development
Milton officials are trying to sway the state Department of Transportation after the agency placed hurdles in the way of a multimillion dollar development on the east side because one of its entrances would be too close to Highway 59.