Lauren Hubbard grew up in 53206, and now she is trying to end the stigma surrounding mental illness that prevents people from getting help.
Mi Casa Su Cafe is one of more than a dozen restaurants participating in the third annual Black Restaurant Week, taking place through April 21.
Evelyn Terry showcases artwork in her home art gallery, but despite her past international success, she lacks funding for much-needed renovations.
Participants in Walnut Way’s Boys 2 Leaders program, led by Terron Edwards, have begun planning activities for the summer, including trips to baseball games and concerts, and meeting with professionals for job advice.
Counselors and victims of sexual assault in the workplace believe that more counseling or therapy services should be available to help women recover.
A congressional order to halt closure of shuttered Social Security Administration offices has energized efforts to reverse the decision to close the Mitchell Street office.
March on Milwaukee 50th hosted “history harvests” to record the untold stories of people involved with the 1967-68 open housing marches.
Representatives from four local foundations responded to crime expert Patrick Sharkey’s research on what causes violent urban crime to decline.
Developer Kalan Haywood, Sr. walked away with three trophies at the Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation dinner Thursday, including an award for individual achievement that he shared with Dr. Mark Eppli.
Despite recent protests, the Mitchell Street Branch of the Social Security Administration will close on March 22. The office serves about 2,200 visitors a month.