The Gramling family has built a busy and colorful life on Layton Boulevard. Join Janelle and her oldest daughter, Mara, for a walk on the street they call home.
The Academy of Health Sciences at South Division High School attempts to close the achievement gap for students interested in a career in health sciences.
Children ages 6 to 12 celebrated the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at a recent workshop led by poet Victoria Porter and teen mentors from Arts @ Large.
Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center has relocated to the old Goldmann’s building on Historic Mitchell Street to better meet the growing health and wellness needs of the native community.
Raymond Konz-Krzyminski’s family has a long history on Layton Boulevard. This photo gallery shows him and his family at home and in the neighborhood during the holidays.
James Lair, 31, said things have changed since his childhood in Lincoln Village, and that he and his family have been the victim of several recent property crimes.
Sarahbeth Jones moved to Layton Boulevard one year ago and has found much to appreciate. In this photo gallery, join her for a walk through her new neighborhood.
James Draves, 63, is fed up with how the City of Milwaukee handled snow removal after the latest snowstorm.
While financial experts warn against the dangers of payday lending, cash-strapped Milwaukeeans take out payday loans because they have no other choice.
Organizations such as Youth Empowered in the Struggle (YES!), Voces de la Frontera and the Roberto Hernandez Center at UW-Milwaukee work to help undocumented teenagers on the path to a higher education.