Leticia Maldonado, 43, would like to see something done about the prostitution on West National Avenue.
The YWCA’s High School Equivalency Diploma program helps students obtain high school-level credentials by completing a 20-week course.
African-Americans living in segregated neighborhoods lack access to jobs and are more likely to live in poverty.
The East-West Bus Rapid Transit line would serve as a high-speed alternative for commuters looking to travel across the center of the city.
Antonette Logan, 45, is in the process of becoming a foster parent to her niece and nephew.
The second Warrant Withdrawal Wednesday event featured satellite courtrooms and assistance with obtaining driver’s licenses, resume writing and other services.
The number of students who passed their GED tests at Milwaukee’s four main testing sites nose-dived when a new, more challenging test was rolled out in 2014. It has been rising slowly since then, but is still fewer than one-fourth of the total who passed in 2013.
Local leaders are urging residents to utilize JobLines, a joint initiative that connects Milwaukee residents with jobs in Waukesha and Washington counties via public transit.
The Adams Garden Park, a mixed-use garden center and community gathering place, is being developed by Larry and Sharon Adams, founders of Walnut Way.
A new designation as a National Treasure and a lower cost estimate for rehabilitation of the Mitchell Park Domes have renewed hope for its long-term future.