A mother, daughter and her husband work together as emergency room nurses at Aurora Sinai Medical Center. They say the unusual situation has many benefits.
The second and third of 12 parks to be reconstructed as part of the MKE Plays initiative will open this summer.
The Milwaukee Public Schools board is mulling over a proposal by Demond Means, commissioner of the Opportunity Schools Partnership Program, that would expand community schools. MPS would run the schools, which would employ union teachers.
Sixteenth Street Community Health Center is offering a support group for Latina teens to help them cope with mental health illnesses. Latinas are three times more likely to have suicidal thoughts or attempts than the general population.
Stellar Collegiate charter school will open on the South Side in August with a focus on literacy. The school was approved by the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee’s Charter School Office.
Supporters are hopeful that the American Black Holocaust Museum, shuttered since 2008, will get a new home at the corner of North Avenue and Fourth Street.
From entrepreneurs to ex-cons, from teachers to artists, Milwaukee’s 20-somethings are contributing to their community. This multimedia series was produced by students in Professor Herbert Lowe’s spring 2016 digital journalism class at Marquette University’s Diederich College of Communication.
Three teams of Hmong American Peace Academy students were selected to attend a state showcase in Madison for Project Citizen to offer solutions on community problems.
Mychoua Vang, 29, of the Hmong American Friendship Association, works to give the youth of Washington Park a safe, fun place to go after school.
A new, expanded program is benefiting the second class of barista trainees at the Arts @ Large Walker’s Point café.