Six teens from Milwaukee high schools were selected by a team of judges to travel to Houston for the Brave New Voices final competition in July.
Developer Kalan Haywood, Sr. walked away with three trophies at the Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation dinner Thursday, including an award for individual achievement that he shared with Dr. Mark Eppli.
Despite recent protests, the Mitchell Street Branch of the Social Security Administration will close on March 22. The office serves about 2,200 visitors a month.
Boys from seven area middle and high schools attended a special showing of “Black Panther,” followed by a reflection session, where they discussed how the film applies to their lives.
Angela Smith is a healing teacher, life coach and holistic practitioner. She has partnered with Walnut Way Conservation Corp. to bring alternative healing classes to the North Side.
During a presentation of a recently released report that shows the lopsided role white-led nonprofits play in neighborhood development, elected and appointed city officials and nonprofit leaders said that has to change.
Ernie Haines started teaching a self-defense class six years ago because his child was being bullied. Before he knew it, he was running one of the top boxing organizations in Wisconsin for professional fighters.
Due to a technical problem, some votes for the People’s Choice Awards were not recorded. The problem has been fixed and we sincerely apologize for the inconvenience.
Every tax season, when people are looking for help to file their forms, low-income individuals are forced to navigate through services that pop up in their neighborhoods and may offer predatory loans, hard-to-notice fees and a mistake-prone tax return. Here are a few tips to keep in mind when choosing a commercial preparer.
After resettling in Milwaukee from a Rwandan refugee camp in June, Kabayiza Ntirenganya, who was shot in the foot at age 4 and is disabled, is now facing challenges finding a job.