About 150 MPS students competed for a spot at the America SCORES national poetry slam, which takes place in New York City in April.
A panel of city and state leaders discussed possible solutions to the problem of inequality at a summit organized by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Urban Studies Program.
Pharmacist Lester Carter has been serving customers on the city’s North Side since 1968, when he first opened Carter Drug Store. Although he no longer owns the store, Carter returned to work there early this year after recovering from surgery.
The Milwaukee County Senior Nutrition Program fills nutritional, emotional and health needs for local seniors.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service wishes you and your family a happy and bountiful holiday.
Aurora Family Service, in partnership with its donor agencies, distributed Thanksgiving dinner kits to 3,100 Milwaukee-area families.
Access to a high-quality grocery store and new recreational venues for youth were among the top priorities for residents who attended Walnut Way’s recent annual “report to community” meeting.
Neighborhood residents and other users of the Washington Park Urban Ecology Center met with Quorum Architects and center and park staff to share their ideas.
At a special retreat called to review its charter school program, MPS leaders signaled that they would shift the district’s authorizing model to actively charter schools that meet the needs of its students.
People needing outpatient mental healthcare face a fragmented system that makes it difficult to find a provider and schedule an appointment despite Milwaukee County’s ongoing efforts to improve the system.