How should Milwaukee spend $174 million in federal American Rescue Plan Act money? The Common Council's Finance Committee worked to hash it out.
Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, 8,500 families have been saved from eviction thanks to a moratorium, but with the ban lifted, a new group seeks to help families fight threats of evictions in court.
Companies that typically hire thousands of seasonal workers are heading into the holidays during one of the tightest job markets in decades, making it unlikely they’ll find all the workers they need.
U.S. gas prices across the nation stand at about $3.25 per gallon.
One reason America’s employers are having trouble filling jobs was starkly illustrated in a report Tuesday: Americans are quitting in droves.
Among the hiring managers surveyed, about a third said they would automatically eliminate resumes that did not disclose the candidate’s vaccine status.
Despite the difficulties of the coronavirus pandemic, one small business was able to not only thrive – but expand.
People who received a 6470 letter in the mail could see one of three notices which include a CP11, CP12, or CP13.
U.S. unemployment claims were down by 38,000 to 326,000 last week, the first drop in four weeks.
A report published by the Wisconsin Policy Forum shows the state’s bars and restaurants are recovering, but have not reached pre-pandemic levels.
FedEx is rerouting hundreds of thousands of packages every day while it scrambles to cope with the labor shortage plaguing many businesses in the U.S.
U.S. unemployment claims rose last week for a second straight week to 351,000.
Pennsylvania's state-run liquor system will begin rationing sales of a few dozen products on Friday in response to what it describes as supply shortages beyond its control.
The Wisconsin DOA announced that it is accepting applications for grants designed to assist event venues, movie theaters, live event small businesses, summer camps and minor league sports teams impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many Americans say the economic impact of the pandemic will make it harder for them to reach their long-term financial goals.
Grocery prices are headed higher later this year, according to the U.S.’s largest supermarket by sales.
U.S. unemployment claims fell last week to 310,000, a pandemic low and a sign that rising COVID-19 cases have yet to lead to widespread layoffs.
It's estimated that roughly 8.9 million Americans will lose all or some of these benefits.
Millions of jobless Americans who have depended on federal unemployment aid as a financial lifeline are about to lose those benefits just as the delta variant of the coronavirus poses a renewed threat to the economy and the job market.
The new projections in the annual Social Security and Medicare trustees reports indicate that Social Security's massive trust fund will be unable to pay full benefits in 2034 instead of last year's estimated exhaustion date of 2035.