Community Warehouse, a nonprofit that sells discounted home improvement products in distressed areas and employs background-challenged individuals, opened a new retail outlet on Milwaukee’s North Side.
Lisa Kaye Catering, a small catering business, took home $11,000 and other prizes from the second annual Rev-Up MKE event last week, helping a growing business grow even faster.
The fight over preserving the Gettelman Brewery site moved forward in the Zoning, Neighborhoods and Development Committee.
Speakers at the Social Development Commission’s annual Summit on Poverty focused on the policies and systems that force people into poverty and keep them there.
Clarke Square resident Ras Maurice McCutcheon, 17, is happy that Milwaukee values its park system. He says it offers everyone a chance to escape urban environments and smartphones and to take their minds off of what’s bothering them at home.
Two Milwaukee natives, Shavonda Sisson and Tracey Corder, are hosts of the podcast “That’s What She Said,” where they discuss racial matters, sexuality, pop culture and local and national news.
Zeynab Ali, an 18-year-old author and youth activist, and her family will move into the first rehabilitated home completed by the RICH program, formerly an illegal drug lab.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee announced the closure of its Daniels-Mardak location, and some parents are worried about finding a new safe place for their children to spend time.