Milwaukee Latinos face many barriers to rising to the highest levels of government and business, according to local community leaders.
With a who’s who of local Democratic elected officials in attendance at a Southside Organizing Committee event, gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke stole the show, announcing her support for driver’s cards for undocumented residents.
The successful transformation of the Menomonee Valley is replicable in other redevelopment projects, according to a recent report by the Public Policy Forum.
The Board of Directors of Menomonee Valley Partners, Inc. today appointed Corey Zetts the Acting Executive Director of Menomonee Valley Partners effective immediately. Zetts has been with Menomonee Valley Partners since 2005, currently serving as the organization’s Associate Director. Laura Bray, who has served as Executive Director of MVP since 2004, was named today as […]
Of the nearly 600 workers who lost their jobs when Cargill’s slaughterhouse plant closed in late July, only 50 have been hired at the company’s other locations.
During the summer, paleteros take to the streets to sell their ice cream treats.
A group of 50 Milwaukeeans, including Mayor Tom Barrett, walked through Three Bridges Park in Silver City as part of the mayor’s “100 Miles in 100 Days” walking challenge.
Cargill’s beef slaughterhouse is closing today, leaving many of its South Side workers without a job.
“Listening to Mitchell,” a seven-block art installation that features visual art and audio storytelling, runs through Aug. 10.
The American Cancer Society hosted a free cancer prevention and education event for uninsured women in the Latino community.