Milwaukee County candidates for the spring election debated local issues at a recent Community Planning Council monthly meeting. Community members poured in to hear what they had to say.
FacebookTwitteremailA representative from Seaway Bank and Trust Company will answer questions and provide basic information about mortgage borrowing and home buying at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 24 at River of Life AME Church, 4260 N. Teutonia Ave. Topics will include how to get prequalified for a home, how to improve your credit score, the importance of […]
The Milwaukee Christian Center has been serving low-income south side residents for decades, providing services ranging from food pantries to first-time juvenile offender programs. But, MCC leaders understand that they must adapt to new challenges. Recently, they began a process that will shape the center’s future.
A group of LISC AmeriCorps members joined children from the Washington Park neighborhood recently to create artwork to decorate boarded-up homes in the community. The event, part of the national AmeriCorps volunteer week, took place at United Methodist Children’s Services, 3940 W. Lisbon Ave.
A new artisan cheese factory in Walker’s Point will be “small, local and value-driven,” according to owner Robert Wills, who plans to open the “Clock Shadow Creamery” in the next month. The operation, located in an environmentally friendly building, will be “green” from top to bottom.
NOVA High School students recently visited the Jewish Museum Milwaukee to learn how to lead guided tours. The students are creating an exhibit on the Milwaukee civil rights movement in collaboration with Arts@Large, a program that provides arts experiences for Milwaukee Public School students.