Layton Boulevard West Neighbors’ Turnkey Home Renovation program recently put its first-ever new construction home on the market. Like previous homes in the program, it includes energy-saving features that will help keep it affordable for the new owner.
Community members participated in the 14th annual African-American Walk for Quality Health to call attention to the dangers of toy guns.
Antonette Logan, 45, is in the process of becoming a foster parent to her niece and nephew.
Milwaukee native Mikal Floyd-Pruitt has a robust creative life that includes serving as an artist-in-residence at Jazale’s Art Studio, as well as working with youth groups and serving as a creative consultant on public art projects.
For the first time, Heal the Hood, a community block party in its sixth year, is focused on providing resources and services for attendees. The event also has expanded from one to four neighborhoods.
Multi-talented artist and community leader Alida Cardós Whaley draws on her love of stories, knowledge of Latin cultures and love of healing to spur creative projects.
A Milwaukee County supervisor and an immigrant rights activist say Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke has been a drain on public resources, amid investigations and potential lawsuits for deaths at the Milwaukee County Jail.
Week-long promotions and events brings together business owners, neighbors and partners to celebrate Milwaukee’s Silver City neighborhood
The second Warrant Withdrawal Wednesday event featured satellite courtrooms and assistance with obtaining driver’s licenses, resume writing and other services.
Clarke Square resident Rhonda Cruz and her husband Ruben beautify their neighborhood through gardening.