The Milwaukee Bucks grabbed their first NBA title in 50 years Tuesday in front of a global audience.
“My vision for this is when people come to town, they say, ‘This is the place I’ve got to show you,’” said Ald. Kathy Olson, one of the project leaders.
The embers had barely cooled before Black Tulsans began rebuilding Greenwood Avenue.
CLAIM: More than 1 million people took part in the “Million MAGA March” in Washington.
Several people were detained after a brief skirmish between protesters and police Saturday night near the Kenosha County Courthouse.
Construction crews have already started the process of preparing the Trump Plaza Casino in Atlantic City for its demolition
Kennedy Plaza, May 31, 2020
ATLANTIC CITY — A small fire on the second story of the Trump Plaza parking garage broke out after 8 p.m. Saturday, Fire Chief Scott Evans said.
The Madison suburb is rethinking its downtown public spaces, including the city hall, library and senior center.
ATLANTIC CITY — Former employees of the closed Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino are finally getting what has been contractually owed to them for nearly four years.
Fluent in six languages and passionate about opera, Gajic is excited to move back to nonprofits. She replaces Ted DeDee, Overture's CEO since 2012.
By the time the Monroe Street reconstruction ends this November, what was once an under-utilized triangle of land near Camp Randall will be a green mini-oasis for the neighborhood.
The ordinance to be introduced at City Council Tuesday would designate the plaza where North Frances meets State Street as a performance area.
With the sale of the thriving Tropicana Atlantic City to Eldorado Resorts and a real estate trust, investor Carl Icahn appears to be ending nearly two decades of involvement in the city’s gambling industry.
Bachmann Construction earned a first place Build Wisconsin award from Associated General Contractors for the expansion at Lakewood Plaza, corn…
ATLANTIC CITY — After more than three decades as a staple of the Boardwalk, Trump Plaza could soon be razed.
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The design work has begun to convert a triangular property bounded by Monroe and Regent streets and South Breese Terrace into a public plaza as part of the Monroe Street reconstruction project to begin next spring.
The city wants to revitalize the Crazylegs Plaza, and is seeking input at a public input meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 8.
With two years of downtown improvements under its belt and a handful of highly visible projects still to be completed, Wisconsin Dells’ Business Improvement District committee began to assess and reflect upon its next steps during its July 26 meeting with regard to the downtown revitalization’s next steps and the committee’s continuing role in it.