Wisconsin welcomes Foxconn today at Milwaukee Art Museum event

Wisconsin welcomes Foxconn today at Milwaukee Art Museum event

Walker, company chairman to sign memorandum of understanding.
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Realtors group expects Foxconn to spur housing construction

Realtors group expects Foxconn to spur housing construction

Racine, Kenosha, Walworth housing market could benefit.
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Gateway Technical College, MATC preparing for Foxconn

Gateway Technical College, MATC preparing for Foxconn

Expert warns manufacturers who have not stayed current will be left behind.
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Amazon has 50,000 job openings nationally

Amazon has 50,000 job openings nationally

Includes some positions in Kenosha.
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Report: State lawmakers say deal with Foxconn could come soon

Report: State lawmakers say deal with Foxconn could come soon

Discussing incentive package with Gov. Walker, AP reports.
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Holiday Inn, Fairfield Inn planned at The Corridor development in Brookfield

Holiday Inn, Fairfield Inn planned at The Corridor development in Brookfield

Meanwhile, city expects to choose partner for its hotel at Brookfield Square next month.
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Assembly leaders say Foxconn could bring 10,000 jobs to Wisconsin

Assembly leaders say Foxconn could bring 10,000 jobs to Wisconsin

Might be difficult for state's workforce to support.
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State, Wangard pitch $75 million crime lab plan in Wauwatosa

State, Wangard pitch $75 million crime lab plan in Wauwatosa

Construction could begin in spring 2018.
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Racine hotel and event center will cost approximately $55 million

Racine hotel and event center will cost approximately $55 million

Common Council won't vote on final funding plan until the end of the year.
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“Bowling Alone”

“Bowling Alone”

[caption id="attachment_322051" align="alignright" width="150"] Williams[/caption] “Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community” By Robert Putnam Robert ...
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New data shows Milwaukee County aging, losing younger residents

New data shows Milwaukee County aging, losing younger residents

Millennial population down by nearly 3,000 from 2015 to 2016
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