Strontium levels in Pryor Avenue Well water prompt precautionary health advisory
By Katherine Keller
Some Bay View residents and others who gather water at the Pryor Avenue Iron Well were surprised to find a literature box posted near the well... »Read more
Run/Walk Event June 6 in Humboldt Park


Floral-form sculpture planned for Zillman Park
By Sheila Julson
Carl and Catherine Billingsley, husband and wife, artists, and former Bay View residents, have donated one of Carl’s steel sculptures for permanent display at Zillman Park... »Read more
Public meeting May 20 about potential development for former Army Reserve land

News

» Friends of South Shore Park Update + May 14 Potluck
» April Fool’s Issue’s Bay View Mechanics Story
» Habitat For Humanity Donation Blitz
» 2015 Youth Sailing Scholarships
» Holman to challenge Zielinski for District 14 seat
» Run/Walk Event June 6 in Humboldt Park
» Humboldt Park 4th of July Association seeking members
» Bay View Tragedy Commemoration is May 3
» Park Group Has New Name
» Congratulations Hannah!
» Carol Voss is new District 8 school board member
» Chinese Medicine includes Feng Shui
» Re-thinking movie night
» Research confirms fixing Milwaukee’s schools means fixing Milwaukee too
» Public meeting May 20 about potential development for former Army Reserve land
» Avalon Theater landmark ceremony features Vel Phillips documentary June 1
» Strontium levels in Pryor Avenue Well water prompt precautionary health advisory
» Floral-form sculpture planned for Zillman Park
» IN BALANCE — Stay healthy this spring
» Q10: Toni Spott, Real Estate Agent
» Packard Avenue streetscape reconstruction planned
» Peregrine Falcon photographed in Bay View
» OPEN LETTER to Ald. Tony Zielinski: Faust Site Redevelopment
» LETTER TO EDITOR: Faust Music Site — Honor the Past, Retain Warm Allure
» Local student geo bee semifinalist
» BVEP OK with Blight on KK, opts to deal with disguising UFO crash at Lincoln/Howell/KK
» Flared jeans comeback miserable failure
» Long Headlines You Missed
» Alderman Compares Art Stop to Calatrava’s Quadracci Pavilion
» Vanguard sausage thieves
» Resident Complains Street Still Not Plowed
» Our Water event at Avalon April 25
» With Demise of Faust Building, Satan Returns to Claim Bay View’s Soul
» Competitive cycling returns to Bay View this summer
» Bay View auto mechanics vie for hipness cred, customers
» Bay View’s Hide House is for sale
» Wisconsin State Senate unanimously supports bill to reduce microbead pollution in state’s waters
» Friday Night Fish Fry at Polish Center
» Alzheimer’s Memory Café at Bay View United Methodist
» Online Buyers/Sellers Offered Safe Place for Transactions
» Meet “Street Names” Author
» Humboldt Park Easter Egg Hunt is March 28
» Your Guide to Bay View…27 years ago
» Howell Avenue road construction begins in April
» LETTER — Report from Humboldt Park Friends
» LETTER — Help the Bay View Area Redcats 
» LETTER — Humboldt Park 4th of July Volunteers Need Your Help!
» LETTER — Bay View Neighborhood Association Update
» New chef, seasonal menus at Sheridan’s
» Multi-use project planned for Faust Music site at KK & Ward
» Renovations underway at Tippecanoe Library
» Growing orchids and amaryllis — South Shore Garden Club Mar. 2
» PAREN(T)HESIS — Parenting sins
» IN BALANCE — Treating emotional disorders
» HALL MONITOR — Meagan Holman reflects on four years on MPS board
» A list of some of the recent crime activity in Bay View: 4 Assaults; 12 Locked Vehicles Entry; 9 Thefts; 7 Burglaries; 3 Robberies; 3 Vehicle Thefts
» Your input requested: share opinions about Milwaukee County parks on topics from beer gardens to volunteering
» MKE Mindbody Wellness — another new business on Howell
» First Annual Winter Warm-Up Week Feb. 7-Feb. 15
» BVNA Winter Blast is Feb. 15
» Inter-Organizational Council’s 100th Anniversary Banquet is Feb. 16, new location
» Bay View Historical Society to receive large bequest, proceeds of home sale
» Public Meeting to Discuss Faust Music Site Development Feb. 17
» PAREN(T)HESIS — Sledding fun
» The Vanguard destined to become a Bay View landmark
» IN BALANCE — Chinese Medicine encompasses more than acupuncture
» Avalon still conjures Old World Spain
» Bay View’s new B & B
» Park People issue alert: O’Donnell Park may be on the chopping block again
» Joint Statement from members of the Common Council concerning Ald. Joe Dudzik
» Ald. Ashanti Hamilton on the streetcar debate: Seeing beyond the streetcar — just one part of strategy to create opportunities 
» A little levity concerning the proposed streetcar from Ald. Stamper
» Fine doubles in Milwaukee for failure to shovel walks/remove ice
» Truth lies in the middle of Milwaukee Streetcar debate 
» Bay View Historical Society to receive large bequest

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Research confirms fixing Milwaukee’s schools means fixing Milwaukee too Research confirms fixing Milwaukee’s schools means fixing Milwaukee too
By Jay Bullock

Late last year, a groundbreaking study of Milwaukee Public Schools students was published in Sociology of Education, and I wager most of you don’t wait eagerly for that journal to hit your mailboxes, and likely, have not heard of the study. But the study, “Student Neighborhoods, Schools, and Test Score Growth: Evidence from Milwaukee, Wisconsin,”... »Read more

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Corporations and other limited liability entities are creatures of state statute. That means that each state has its own rules for chartering them, and its own requirements regarding fees, taxes, reporting, and disclosure. This would appear to provide a corporation 50 different options to choose from. But when you consider all of the variables involved,... »Read more

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By Jill Rothenbueler Maher

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