The second and third of 12 parks to be reconstructed as part of the MKE Plays initiative will open this summer.
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.
Nearly 4,000 volunteers helped to pick up garbage around the Milwaukee River Basin during Milwaukee Riverkeeper’s annual spring river cleanup.
The DRIVE program, created by the Medical College of Wisconsin, gives teens from diverse communities the opportunity to conduct research that targets public health problems.
Young people working for DreamBikes of Milwaukee learn to repair bikes and provide customer service. The bicycle shop also sells community members high-end bicycles for a fraction of their retail cost.
Diminished federal funding for lead-abatement efforts prompted the city to limit subsidies to six North Side ZIP codes, leaving owners of old homes in other neighborhoods scrambling for help.
The Victory Garden Initiative has provided an opportunity for Milwaukee native Alexander Hagler to help increase the availability of quality fresh food through urban farming.
A full-service supermarket, known for serving a diverse customer base, has announced plans to open second store on Milwaukee’s near North Side.
Established in 1917, the Fondy Farmers Market is heading toward its centennial anniversary under a new leader, after the resignation of long-time executive director Young Kim.
African-Americans and individuals living in poor areas of the city are more likely to be arrested for possessing marijuana, according to a new Public Policy Forum report.