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Why People Vote Today in Milwaukee

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By Senator Tammy Baldwin -  Early voting has started in Milwaukee, and I couldn’t be more excited that folks from across the city are using their votes to make their voices heard and stand up for what they believe in. Last week on the north side, I was joined by
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Mayor Barrett & Dr. Keith Posey Kick Off FAFSA Application

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By Ana Martinez-Ortiz -  As surprising as it may seem, applying to universities and trade schools may be the easiest step when it comes to continuing education. The second step, often viewed as the most daunting one, is filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid better known
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Rev-Up MKE Announces Winner

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By Nyesha Stone -  Near West Side which makes up eight neighborhoods: Avenues West, Cold Spring Park, Concordia, Martin Drive, Merrill Park, Miller Valley and The Valley/Piggsville, according to their site has been gaining new successful businesses within the last few years. Rev-Up MKE is providing individuals with small
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Boys & Girls Club President/CEO Steps Down

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 By Milwaukee Courier Staff Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee (BGCGM) announced on September 20 that Vincent Lyles has informed the BGCGM Board of Trustees of his resignation as the president and CEO. Lyles informed the Board of Trustees of his resignation now in order to allow the BGCGM time to begin
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COMMUNITY ACTIVIST & FORMER CEO OF OIC, CARL GEE DIES AT 77

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By Karen Stokes Carl Alexander Gee, community activist and former CEO of Opportunities Industrialization Center of Greater Milwaukee (OIC) died on September 13, after a long battle with leukemia. He was 77. Born March 11, 1941, he married and divorced twice, and had four daughters and a son: Debra Schafer, Cynthia Gee-Silvia, Carla
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