Community First has received a $230,000 grant to fund the salaries of two local developers who have joined the organization and will help it serve more residents.
If the aim is to improve the “relationship” between the police and the residents of Milwaukee, I would encourage the police department to look inwardly and seek radical change in its investments in racist systems of surveillance and regulation.
Find out about hiring and job training as well as business opportunities from employers in retail, government, health care, manufacturing, transportation and more.
Learn about early voting, which begins Tuesday; get business advice on starting a restaurant; see the “HOOPS” gallery exhibition; check out “The Harlem Renaissance,” a play geared toward youths; and hear from local Latina entrepreneurs about their impact on the arts.
What’s happening in our neighborhoods in February? NNS goes on “Lake Effect” to give its listeners the scoop.
Predatory investors have been crowding out would-be homebuyers in Milwaukee. Housing advocates say this phenomenon hurts not only low- to moderate-income homebuyers but renters and ultimately neighborhoods as well.
Attend the Sacred Garden open mic at Arts @ Large; enjoy the Indaba African Ball; come to a neighborhood meeting for Amani residents; get NARCAN training to combat opioid overdose; and participate in Winterfest 2023 hosted by the Urban Ecology Center.
FoodRight has developed curricula to help kids gain experience with cooking different foods and using kitchen equipment.
If the starting point for addressing any problem or challenge is naming it, here is what strikes me as some very important ones that are now so “normal” in Milwaukee that most people don’t even see them anymore.
Outreach Community Health Centers will double its office space, increasing the quality and quantity of services available.