Princess Vaulx, a senior at Milwaukee High School of the Arts, won a merit award from the National YoungArts Foundation for vocal jazz.
In its 20th year, Safe & Sound runs a variety of programs involving community members, law enforcement officers and youth to improve Milwaukee neighborhoods.
Mohamed Abubaukar came to the U.S from Somalia when he was 18 years old with the dream of starting a business. Years later, his dream became a reality.
Today, the Common Council passed legislation sponsored by Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs to approve the sale of four city-owned vacant lots at 1940-48 N. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. and 227R W. Brown St. in the Historic King Drive Business Improvement District.
Residents and panelists at a recent community meeting indicated that they would like the next police chief to be someone from within the Milwaukee Police Department who will work well with others and rebuild trust with the community.
Celebrating its 20th anniversary, Artists Working in Education has successfully connected artists with community members and more than 60,000 youth to create large and small pieces of art.
While a new national report focusing on black male achievement highlights Milwaukee’s increased investment and action to support black men and boys, progress toward improving the lives of black males in the city has been slow.
An initiative of Layton Boulevard West Neighbors, the Block Projects Menu, engages residents and grows local leaders in South Side neighborhoods.
Three Asian restaurants are participating in Silver City’s annual “Phobruary” event, featuring pho, a traditional Asian soup, for $5.
For 18 years, Unity in Motion founder Allen Ruppel has encouraged Milwaukee’s youth to earn a high school diploma, go to college and contribute to the community.