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1 Coggs Center resumes full-time in-person service for first time since March 2020
2 Milwaukee Alderwoman Raises Concerns About COVID-19 Safety In City Buildings
3 Housing resources available for residents after eviction moratorium ends
4 Volunteers hope to bring art, other attractions, to blighted lots in Harambee
5 New live-work space for artists in Bronzeville is boosting that Milwaukee neighborhood while also helping artists
6 FB: Braves Fall to McPherson, 33-14
7 Revitalized rail-to-trail segment opens in Duluth
8 Coggs-Jones wins the District 10 County Board seat by 12 votes
9 'It's gut-wrenching': Electrical fires' impact on Black Milwaukee renters prompts action by Evers and other officials
10 Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors District 10: Dual Endorsement Priscilla E. Coggs-Jones and Darrin B. Madison Jr.
11 'We need nosy neighbors:' New Milwaukee safety program adds extra eyes and ears to reduce crime
12 Milwaukee Tool subsidies spur aldermen to seek money from businesses for neighborhoods
13 Two candidates vying for Milwaukee County Board District 10 in Tuesday's election grew up in district
14 Police investigate rash of smashed car windows in four Milwaukee neighborhoods
15 Kia, Hyundai will make security feature standard on new vehicles and distribute free steering wheel locks after surge of thefts
16 10th annual Bronzeville Week kicks off this weekend
17 Post from Community: Schedule released for 10th annual Bronzeville Week
18 Meet the candidates on the Feb. 16 primary ballot for Milwaukee County Board District 10
19 Madison will not pursue recount after losing County Board race by 12 votes to Coggs-Jones
20 Harambee Community Healing Spaces Brings a Neighborhood Together
21 Old World Third Street Becomes Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive
22 Shepherd Express Endorsements for the April 6 Election
23 NOW: Heal the Hood event focusing on ending violence and crime
24 Old World Third Street likely to become Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive with unanimous Milwaukee Common Council support
25 'Not on my watch': New program empowers Milwaukee residents to take back their neighborhoods
26 City Treasurer Unveils Drop Boxes for Property Tax Payments
27 NOW: Deer District development may limit future crowd sizes
28 How would Milwaukee businesses handle another round of restrictions?
29 Post from Community: Community invited to enjoy 50th annual Juneteenth festivities
30 Granville Coggs Fought Racism in the Military as a Tuskegee Airman
31 Spencer Coggs vs. Brandon Methu: Race for Milwaukee City treasurer is a battle of generations
32 Post from Community: Virtual MKE Business Now Entrepreneurship Summit now available for on-demand viewing
33 Family of Milwaukee man who died in squad car glad Floyd's family got justice
34 Bronzeville Week celebrates health, food and arts in Milwaukee's historic African American neighborhood
35 Downtown Milwaukee street may get name change next month
36 Council members urge Kia, Hyundai to build better anti-theft systems
37 WTMJ-AM, other radio stations close to signing lease to relocate to downtown Milwaukee's former Grand Avenue mall
38 Milwaukee council members blame car companies for spike in stolen autos
39 City of Milwaukee facilities to reopen to the public June 21 as large vaccination sites close
40 Post from Community: Statement on closure of Pieper-Hillside Boys & Girls Club from Ald. Coggs
41 Milwaukee County Board passes right to counsel in eviction cases, renaming of Lindbergh Park
42 Alderwoman Coggs hosts Black History Month 'read-in' at MLK library
43 Granville Coleridge Coggs Obituary (1925
44 Dr. Granville Coggs of San Antonio was Tuskegee Airman and Renaissance man
45 Milwaukee Common Council President Ashanti Hamilton withdraws from leadership race, endorses Milele Coggs
46 The 9th annual MKE Business Now Entrepreneurship Summit will be held Saturday
47 Milwaukee County Election Commission reports unofficial Spring Election results
48 Bice: Tom Barrett, Cavalier Johnson say anti-harassment policy should apply to elected officials like themselves
49 City's plan proceeds to give up to $20 million to Milwaukee Tool for its new downtown office. It could have up to 2,000 employees.
50 COVID-19 has pushed more women into 'survival mode'
51 Milwaukee lost revenue amid COVID at $53M, mayor says
52 Milwaukee Office of Violence Prevention Director Reggie Moore leaving for position at Medical College of Wisconsin
53 Bronzeville Week concludes with 'Pancakes and Poetry'
54 Milwaukee aldermen urge Kia and Hyundai to ramp up security features on their cars
55 TOMORROW: Council presentation featuring Juneteenth 2021 pageant winners
56 Milwaukee’s Lindbergh Park may be getting a new name. But to the community, the action is more than just a name change.
57 Milwaukee Considering Universal Basic Income Pilot Program | Wisconsin Public Radio
58 Milwaukee clinic opens 2 COVID-19 testing sites for uninsured, those without primary care
59 360: Curbing Milwaukee's stolen car epidemic
60 Former aide to then-senator, now Milwaukee city treasurer Spencer Coggs received $75K settlement
61 Milwaukee Tool to Expand with Grant from City of Milwaukee
62 Milwaukee expects $405 million from stimulus bill with first half arriving by May
63 Primary election results: Kerr and Underly advance in DPI race
64 Milwaukee Alderman Blame Kia, Hyundai For 189% Spike In Stolen Cars
65 A sharply divided Milwaukee Common Council votes Cavalier Johnson as president
66 Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee shutters branch
67 ‘He was quite a guy’: Daughter, SA chapter of the Tuskegee Airmen remember Dr. Granville Coggs
68 Milwaukee's Juneteenth Day celebration marks 50th anniversary
69 Kia and Hyundai Thefts Continue to Buzz Online
70 Milwaukee holds first Budget Awareness Week to engage residents in how $1.6B will be spent for 2022
71 $250,000 for exploration of Walker's Point streetcar extension approved by Milwaukee council
72 Bronzeville Week 2021 Kicks Off Saturday
73 Milwaukee Health Services Inc. holds second annual Easter dinner and COVID-19 safety kit giveaway
74 Contactless ways of paying City of Milwaukee property taxes
75 Milwaukee Common Council adopts 2021 budget, maintains cut of 120 police positions, fire station closure
76 Milwaukee Common Council reverses course, approves federal grant for more police officers
77 Local Tuskegee Airmen honored on unit's 78th anniversary
78 Spotlight: Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs
79 Common Council statement: It's not just about 30 police officers
80 Volunteers work to maintain trails
81 Dr. Granville Coggs, One of the Last Surviving Tuskegee Airmen, Dies at 93
82 Post from Community: Pauline Redmond Coggs cotillion: EmpowHER
83 What To Expect At Milwaukee's Bronzeville Week
84 Community invited to help in Friday's All-City Community Cleanup
85 Demand for anti-theft devices surging amid Milwaukee's stolen car crisis
86 Wisconsin lawmakers pass bill that labels legislators' discipline records 'confidential'
87 Milwaukee's police diversion task force meets for first time as it seeks new ways to respond to 911 calls
88 Former Young Coggs boys basketball coach Tim Richert takes over at Living Word Lutheran
89 New Duluth 'Craft Connector' trail spans from Enger Tower to Craft District
90 Alderwomen Coggs and Lewis honor Milwaukee's black history
91 Legislature paid $75K to fired staff member who complained of sexual harassment, discrimination
92 Bike Report: Spirit Mountain's summer return
93 Here's your 2021 Spring Election voting guide for Wisconsin school superintendent (and other races)
94 Mountain bike trail build boom continues this summer
95 Milwaukee significantly behind in project to replace 1100 lead pipes by end of year
96 Community activist Tory Lowe to run for Milwaukee's District 6 aldermanic seat
97 New trail coming soon to Downer Park
98 Bedbug Hotspot Found at Coggs Center Office Building in Milwaukee
99 Legislators wanted to keep harassment complaints secret. Gov. Tony Evers wisely vetoed a bill that would have done that.
100 Milwaukee Health Services, Inc. offers COVID-19 testing for the uninsured