M-WERC to hold third accelerator program

M-WERC to hold third accelerator program

WERCBench Labs accepting startup applications.
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Sister Joel Read, who led Alverno for 35 years, dies at 91

Sister Joel Read, who led Alverno for 35 years, dies at 91

Leaves legacy as advocate for education reform, women's education.
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MATC summer camp will help girls code, boys explore health care

MATC summer camp will help girls code, boys explore health care

Week-long camps offered to high school students over 16.
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Boys & Girls Club teen center gets makeover

Boys & Girls Club teen center gets makeover

Includes new computer lab, virtual reality center and furniture.
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YMCA of Metro Milwaukee names new CEO

YMCA of Metro Milwaukee names new CEO

Carrie Wall is current leader of Dane County YMCA.
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Microsoft TEALS launching in Wisconsin

Microsoft TEALS launching in Wisconsin

Four Milwaukee schools to offer computer science program.
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Arts @ Large plans $6.2 million renovation of historic building

Arts @ Large plans $6.2 million renovation of historic building

Will provide new home for the Walker's Point nonprofit's growing programs.
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Bucks, Johnson Controls to build sports complex in Westlawn neighborhood

Bucks, Johnson Controls to build sports complex in Westlawn neighborhood

Will be located on Browning Elementary School campus.
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First Federal Bank donating branch to La Casa de Esperanza

First Federal Bank donating branch to La Casa de Esperanza

Bank will evaluate footprint over next three years.
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Former BMO Harris branch in Sherman Park to become entrepreneurial hub

Former BMO Harris branch in Sherman Park to become entrepreneurial hub

Renovated building will house locally-owned businesses.
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UWM names first two Kellner fellows

UWM names first two Kellner fellows

Engineering, theater faculty members receive designation.
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Mukwonago YMCA names new executive director

Mukwonago YMCA names new executive director

Laurie Schlitt joins branch during its $2.5 million expansion.
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