We promised to listen and together, make our community healthy and well. Please join us for an interactive discussion as we share the details of our 2019- 2022 Community Health Improvement Plan for Ascension Wisconsin (Milwaukee County) with an emphasis on new programs and investments at Ascension St. Joseph that address the health needs of […]
Individuals and organizations are invited to submit news releases, short articles and photos about their issues and events.
Valley Week, the Menomonee River Valley’s annual fall festival, returns September 21-28 and showcases the Valley’s parks, history, trails, and companies.
Clarene Mitchell goes from being unemployed, to becoming an entrepreneur to now self-publishing a tech book.
Every day, 300 children under the age of 18 become regular, daily smokers. Nearly all people who smoke as adults began before age 21, and three-quarters started before age 18. Tobacco companies know this: in one internal document from 1982, a researcher said, “If a man has never smoked by age 18, the odds are […]
Hear about the business plan and conceptual design for re-envisioning the Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory and Mitchell Park for the foreseeable future. The Taskforce has been working to develop a feasible path forward for the Domes and has recommended to the County a new vision for the Domes and Mitchell Park. The Milwaukee County Board […]
Ascension Wisconsin will host its “Medical Mission at Home” for the first time in Milwaukee on Saturday, September 14. More than 500 volunteers including medical staff and associates, will offer medical exams, dental care, podiatry services, mammograms, medication, follow-up care, and more. All services are offered free and no insurance is required. All are welcome […]
“Milwaukee Jazz” is a new book about the history of jazz in Milwaukee, featuring photography that spans a century, bringing to life the players and places that made this blue-collar Midwest city a strong contributor to America’s original art form. Local luminaries featured in the book include Loretta Whyte, Jabbo Smith, Woody Herman, Manty Ellis, […]
The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) Cancer Center Community Outreach and Engagement program will host Vida y Esperanza 2019: Triunfando con Cancer (Life and Hope: Conquering Life with Cancer) on Saturday, Sept. 14.
“Am I Latina enough?” is a question often voiced from new members entering Latinas Unidas en las Artes, otherwise known as LUNA – a Latinx art collective based in Milwaukee, WI.
The Hmong Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce (HWCC) announced that May yer Thao has officially resigned as Executive Director, effective September 8, 2019. As a testament of her transformative work with HWCC, Thao has been selected by Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers to serve as Assistant Deputy Director for the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA). May yer is the first Asian American to serve in an Executive Office position.