On Monday, January 18, Milwaukee Public Library’s King Branch will be open and hold a day of special programs to commemorate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement. The programs are free and open to the public. The programs are presented in partnership with the Teen Advisory Board and […]
Milwaukee College Prep, a network of charter schools, emphasizes academic rigor and character education to put students on the path to higher education.
After being closed for 4 months, the Holton Youth Center (510 E Burleigh) will reopen on December 28, thanks to a new partnership with COA Youth & Family Centers. Youth throughout the Riverwest and Harambee neighborhoods will have a safe and supportive place to go with COA providing after school and summer teen (ages 13-19) […]
A 26-week Small Business Administration program for emerging business leaders helped family-owned JCP Construction develop a growth plan for the company.
St. Marcus Lutheran School today celebrated the official groundbreaking of their North Campus expansion project, located at 2669 N Richards Street, Milwaukee, just four blocks north of St. Marcus School’s Main Campus on Palmer Street. As a result of the Courage to Commit* comprehensive campaign, the North Campus building expansion will offer over 40,000 square […]
Resident-led planning sessions for Snail’s Crossing, the latest park to be rehabilitated as part of the MKE Plays initiative, began with a meeting in Riverwest.
Local artists created murals depicting the struggle for fair housing for a new park in the Harambee neighborhood, created through a public-private partnership.
M.D. Dangerfield Jr., 47, talks about what he learned in school.
Local artist Jasmine West created the “Milwaukee Superheroes” mural by sketching portraits of Milwaukee cultural leaders with colored pencils.
Eric Jefferson, 48, talks about the responsibility we have to our community, our community has to us and we have to each other.