A new group home for young people aging out of foster care, built with the help of Journey House, the city, county and other partners, was once a target for razing.
County Board Supervisor Peggy A. West held an overnight event called “Sleep Out Saturday” to support Milwaukee’s homeless community.
Marquette University researchers and the United Community Center joined together to offer Familia Sanas, a culturally appropriate program to treat Spanish-speaking Latino children diagnosed with ADHD.
Mark Beres, 40, said that unlike when he was a child, kids don’t trick or treat on the South Side anymore.
An ordinance meant to provide opportunity for minorities in the construction industry can help address unemployment and crime, but it must be better monitored, funded and enforced.
The Walker’s Point Center for the Arts kicked off its 24th annual Dia de Los Muertos celebration with an opening night reception displaying colorful ofrendas decorated with items representing loved ones in the artists’ lives.
Panhandling on street medians and highway ramps will be illegal beginning Oct. 28. A new city ordinance calls for violators to be fined or imprisoned.
Bennie Smith, owner and chef at Daddy’s Soul Food and Grille on North 27th Street, plans to open a second location of the restaurant in the Harambee neighborhood. The soft opening is scheduled for January 2017.
The city has taken several steps to address the issue of lead water service lines, but the Freshwater for Life Action Coalition, a group of concerned residents, says it’s not enough.
Devonte Kingsby is a bus driver for the Milwaukee County Transit System. His favorite thing about his job is helping others.