Hub coordinator will tour the neighborhood on an adult tricycle, fixing bikes for free while promote safe biking.
Marquette students have developed an online tool to help homeowners conserve water by tracking usage and learning ways to reduce their energy footprint.
A new art exhibition at the Arts @ Large gallery showcases work by eighth-grade students who took on the issue of bullying in school.
Sherman Park homeowner Alex Runner loves his family, his neighborhood, his city — and his chickens.
Business and Economics Academy of Milwaukee (BEAM) student Christopher Paige was one of the grand prize winners in the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s “Save Out Loud” contest for his photo essay on savings.
More than 400 volunteers, including 70 City Year corps members, celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King Day by painting artwork and logos to decorate the walls of North Division High School.
The Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic is providing free legal advice to Milwaukee’s Hmong community at the House of Peace.
The Carmen High School of Science and Technology has been working with future neighbors on the north side as it prepares its new campus.
Fourth- through ninth-grade students are invited to enter an essay contest about how they used values demonstrated by Jackie Robinson, the first African American baseball player in the major leagues, to overcome personal barriers. Prizes include a trip to the World Series.
Organizers plan to open the first of three Quest-Milwaukee charter schools in the 2014-15 school year instead of 2013-14 as originally planned.