There are no shortage of organizations in Milwaukee where youths can get leadership experience and serve the community.
Nobody anticipates a fire happening to them. But when it comes to fire safety, one can never be too prepared. Here are some tips that can save your life.
Whether it’s a barking dog, cars in the front yard, illegal activity or loud parties, there are ways to deal with challenging neighbors.
The “Right to Counsel Milwaukee” program provides free legal representation to qualified residents facing eviction or foreclosure.
If you receive FoodShare and had food spoil because of a storm-related power outage, you can have the food replaced plus other things you should know.
A guide to navigating assistance programs for those at risk of eviction during the pandemic.
Families who qualified for Pandemic EBT, or P-EBT, or who are awarded FoodShare this summer are eligible to receive an additional $375 per eligible child for buying groceries.
From summer camps to gardening programs to computer programming classes, here’s an extensive list of youth programming that local organizations are offering this summer and most of it’s free.
Parents and those responsible for children will get some extra financial help this year because of the expanded child tax credit funded by the American Rescue Plan.
Two programs will deliver free food to qualified households with kids 18 and younger. Find out how to sign up and what to expect in the meal kits.