The Hunger Task Force and local partners collaborate to make sure local youth get adequate nutrition through the summer, with 138 meal locations in the city of Milwaukee.
The Milwaukee Area Refugee Consortium (MARC) brought together speakers and entertainment acts to celebrate World Refugee Day 2017.
Felipe “Flip” Martinez, owner of Flip N Styles Barbershop on West National Avenue, opened Motive8 clothing store next to his barbershop to create a hub for all things hip-hop.
Layton Boulevard West Neighbors’ Turnkey Home Renovation program recently put its first-ever new construction home on the market. Like previous homes in the program, it includes energy-saving features that will help keep it affordable for the new owner.
Clarke Square resident Rhonda Cruz and her husband Ruben beautify their neighborhood through gardening.
Revitalize Milwaukee rallied more than 450 volunteers and 20 partners to improve 30 Clarke Square neighborhood homes on South 17th Street between West Mineral and West Scott streets.
The Milwaukee County Transit System will be ending free rides to seniors and persons with disabilities starting June 26.
Neu-Life Community Development hosted its 10th annual Youth Art Show on May 13 to raises funds to support its efforts to teach young people how to make better choices.
Community members helped install a 7,000-gallon cistern at Paliafito Eco-Arts Park, which will serve as an “eco-arts” learning center where residents can participate in hands-on environmental and arts learning.
Teens at the COA Goldin Center worked hard for more than three months to create a mural that represents their perceptions of the Amani neighborhood.