Election Day is almost here and you may be wondering what steps you need to take to prepare to vote. The City of Milwaukee Election Commission provides voters with five helpful tips.
It is important to remember to buckle up, but even more so to make sure your child buckles up. AAA’s Auto Club Group and Auto Club Group Traffic Safety Foundation offer a few tips to make sure kids are riding “safe and secure.”
From teaching preschoolers about eye safety to preparing produce to feed the hungry, there are many ways to volunteer this month. Volunteer Milwaukee, a service of the Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee, features a calendar full of events for volunteers, both one-time and ongoing. Here are a few of the opportunities in October.
Working toward a college degree is an important commitment, so choose wisely where you invest your time, energy and money. The Wisconsin Better Business Bureau provides some reminders to keep in mind when applying to a for-profit school.
With the start of the school year, you may be asking yourself, “How do I make sure my child’s lunches are safe to eat?” Learn how to pack homemade lunches by following four easy steps.
With the school year starting, ophthalmologists are urging parents to keep their children’s eye health and vision in check.
The start of the school year offers many opportunities to volunteer. Volunteer Milwaukee, a service of the Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee, features a calendar full of events for volunteers, both one-time and ongoing.
Do find yourself taking too much responsibility for your children’s successes or failures? If so, you could be a helicopter parent.
Milwaukee Public Schools’ recreation department provides low-cost classes and activities that cover a range of interests and are guaranteed to keep children busy.
School supplies can be expensive but taking simple steps like making a budget and keeping an eye out for coupons can prevent overspending.