The Greater Milwaukee Committee’s MKE Fellows program is addressing the city’s “brain drain” by mentoring male African-American college students.
Angela Moragne, founder of That Salsa Lady, created an urban ranch in her backyard for other food businesses to grow their plants.
The youth arts nonprofit organization seeks to expand its programs and invest in its long-term future, as well as the neighborhood.
A family-owned business on Teutonia Avenue is one of the few shoe-shining and repair shops left in the city.
A new, expanded program is benefiting the second class of barista trainees at the Arts @ Large Walker’s Point café.
The county recently adapted new bus routing and scheduling after a Costco opened in Menomonee Falls, but the needs of some workers on the early shift remain unmet and the long-term future of the route is uncertain.
With no city subsidies available for lead abatement on the South Side, Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers points residents to other options to keep children safe from lead poisoning.
The Near West Side Partners “Challenge Fund,” a $5 million initiative, is expected to create new opportunities for investment in economic development efforts on the city’s Near West Side.
A full-service supermarket, known for serving a diverse customer base, has announced plans to open second store on Milwaukee’s near North Side.
More than 1,000 people attended an employment event focused on the transportation industry that connected unemployed and underemployed city residents with companies offering living-wage jobs and advancement opportunities.