A family-owned business on Teutonia Avenue is one of the few shoe-shining and repair shops left in the city.
Hundreds of volunteers came out to work on painting, electrical and landscaping projects during Rebuilding Together Greater Milwaukee’s first Block Build MKE event.
Larry Higgins, who lives near Harambee, discusses why he feels unsafe on the streets.
Supporters are hopeful that the American Black Holocaust Museum, shuttered since 2008, will get a new home at the corner of North Avenue and Fourth Street.
The longstanding baseball league started its season with an afternoon game at Carver Park.
Cameron Henderson, who works in the afterschool program at Holton Center, aims to inspire youth to reach their potential.
As summer approaches, Dwight Allen, 45, said he is worried about youth who are stealing cars in his neighborhood.
Local leaders and members of several community-based organizations gathered in front of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. statue to raise awareness about racism against girls and women of color.
Young people working for DreamBikes of Milwaukee learn to repair bikes and provide customer service. The bicycle shop also sells community members high-end bicycles for a fraction of their retail cost.