A community effort to revitalize the once-proud North Division High School is beginning to pay off as a new principal and staff bring “discipline and high expectations.”
Local healthcare providers and reform advocates praised the Supreme Court’s decision Thursday to uphold most provisions of the Affordable Care Act and urged the state to comply with the law.
Rosa Caporal, a 21-year-old who dropped out of high school, was one of 37 students who got their GED certification through Journey House in the spring.
United Way of Greater Milwaukee has stepped in to save the Mobile Market program from closing this month.
Only weeks after beginning a project to collect stories and historical data in Thurston Woods, a group of UW-Milwaukee students participating in a summer field school already feel a strong personal connection to the community.
The Hunger Task Force stocks 40,000 fish annually in 17 County Park ponds and lagoons, enabling area youth and adults to catch and eat fish.
Urban Ecology Center’s new location in the Menomonee Valley won’t open until September, but nearby residents already are on board.
Shoppers, farmers and community members celebrated summer at the 2012 Fondy Farmers Market season kick-off. The event featured live entertainment, a BBQ contest and plenty of fresh produce from local farmers.
After initial ups and downs, the Walker Square Farmers’ Market is once again up and running, providing neighborhood residents with healthy and affordable produce options.
Arts @ Large works with public schools to provide an arts education for all students by empowering teachers and putting them in contact with artists. The organization recently won a national award for its work.