Under new leadership, the AACCW is focusing on helping entrepreneurs grow their businesses and expand their access to capital.
It was a beautiful and busy summer in our city. This gallery collects photos from throughout Milwaukee neighborhoods during July and August 2017.
Students and teachers were informed Tuesday that the MPS administration has recommended Webster for closure, effective at the end of the week.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee announced the closure of its Daniels-Mardak location, and some parents are worried about finding a new safe place for their children to spend time.
African-Americans living in segregated neighborhoods lack access to jobs and are more likely to live in poverty.
The Milwaukee Bucks are partnering with Johnson Controls to construct a $150,000 multi-sport complex at Westlawn Gardens’ Browning Elementary School and the Silver Spring Neighborhood Center.
Residents who live near a North Side facility that is accused of improperly handling and disposing of hazardous materials urged city and state officials to better regulate companies that pose potential risks.
The Milwaukee Asian Public Market Phongsavan, home to 70 vendors, a food court and a concert area, boasts an 84,000-square-foot building that draws about 1,000 patrons per week to Havenwoods.
The Green Tree Community Garden, established in 2013, boasts vegetable gardens, green space, a pergola and a rain garden. Neighborhood residents say it has improved the sense of community in Havenwoods.
Located across the street from Westlawn Gardens, Wisconsin’s largest low-income public housing development, Silver Spring Neighborhood Center builds and strengthens community by developing long-term relationships, supporting and educating residents of all ages, and paving a path to self-sufficiency.