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On the Waterfront—A look at lakefront housing in north and central Wisconsin: Slideshow
North and central Wisconsin is home to some of the most luxurious – and affordable – waterfront homes in the U.S. According to a recent report by Hoover, Alabama-based Lake Homes Realty, waterfront homes located in those parts of Wisconsin cost far less than waterfront properties in states like Florida, Texas and Michigan. The real estate company's 2019 Summer Lake Real Estate Market Report covers the lakefront housing market in 25 states and more than 1,000 lakes throughout the southeast,…

Sat, 24 Aug 2019 11:00:00 +0000

Pepi's returns; new names take old Maison, RBG spaces: Quick restaurant news bites
The Milwaukee Business Journal will begin running a weekly "Quick Bites" round-up of restaurant news from around the region. Have restaurant news to share? Contact reporter Sari Lesk at 414-908-0573 or Pepi’s Pizza returned after a three-year hiatus. The pizzeria is now open at 1329 S. 70th St. in West Allis, the former site of Big Ebe’s Pizza. Pepi’s was founded in 1953 and operated in various locations around Milwaukee before closing in 2016. The restaurant had…

Sat, 24 Aug 2019 10:30:00 +0000

Change in New York bar exam for lawyers was positive, study shows
A study that evaluated the transition in New York state to the Uniform Bar Examination for prospective attorneys indicated the change didn’t have sustained or adverse effects on candidates. “The study is an important contribution to the understanding of performance on the bar examination and its relationship to other measures,” said state Court of Appeals spokesman Gary Spencer. “Significantly, it provides a great deal of data that will be of interest to law schools, to bar examiners and…

Sat, 24 Aug 2019 10:00:00 +0000

Game on: Where UTSA and other Texas college football teams rank
College football is big business in Texas. Even in San Antonio, where the UTSA Roadrunners have only eight seasons of pigskin play under their belts, the Alamo City is reaping the benefits of a Football Bowl Subdivision program. The Alamodome gets a half-dozen extra events a year, and the spillover reaches area businesses. Downtown restaurants and bars capture some of the game-day revenue, and UTSA officials have moved up home kick offs this season to 5 p.m. (the game against Army kicks off at…

Sat, 24 Aug 2019 10:00:00 +0000

River Cats' stadium getting new name with Sutter Health partnership
Sutter Health and the Sacramento River Cats have a new partnership with an initial 15-year term that includes a new name for the baseball team’s West Sacramento stadium. By the start of the 2020 season, Raley Field will become Sutter Health Park as part of the partnership, the two firms announced Friday. “At Sutter Health, we have a mission to enhance the health and well being of the communities we serve, and that extends beyond the walls of our medical offices,” said James Conforti, Sutter’s…

Sat, 24 Aug 2019 03:14:06 +0000

My View: Valley nonprofits need to beef up cybersecurity
Businesses of any size — but especially small businesses — can be the targets of hackers, and it pays to be proactive, says one local nonprofit exec.

Sat, 24 Aug 2019 01:05:00 +0000

Mahi Pono plants first crop of potatoes on former A&B Maui sugar cane land
Mahi Pono held a blessing on Friday to mark the start of planting red and yellow potatoes on about 40 acres of the more than 41,000 acres of former sugar cane land on Maui that the company bought from Alexander & Baldwin for $262 million last year. The crop is expected to be ready for harvest in three months. “Today marks Mahi Pono’s first major step in returning the land to active agriculture production, increasing local food production and helping to achieve food security for Maui, and our…

Sat, 24 Aug 2019 00:55:01 +0000

OHA awards $278K grant to Salvation Army's Family Treatment Services project
The Office of Hawaiian Affairs awarded $278,212 to the Hawaiian & Pacific Islands Division of The Salvation Army in support of efforts to utilize Native Hawaiian healing methods in substance use treatment. The money will go directly toward the Hawaiian & Pacific Islands Division’s Family Treatment Services project, dubbed Ola Kino Maikai 2.0, to integrate cultural practices into its women's residential substance use treatment program. This is the second cycle in which OHA has fully-sponsored the…

Sat, 24 Aug 2019 00:53:04 +0000

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