Alderman Ashanti Hamilton is excited to invite residents of Milwaukee’s historic Garden Homes neighborhood to help install a community rain garden tomorrow, October 22.
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On Saturday evening, Oct. 15, several leaders of 50 of Milwaukee’s most well-known businesses and approximately 30 students from Cristo Rey Jesuit High School “Came Aboard” for Cristo Rey Jesuit Milwaukee’s first annual fundraising event at Discovery World and the Pilot House.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. As of October 5, 2016, 52 lives were lost in Wisconsin due to domestic violence: one life lost every 4.2 days.
18th Annual Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation (MANDI) recognize outstanding community development efforts in our city.
Shriek freely and pardon the screams. Milwaukee Public Library is inviting visitors to leave their inside voices at the front door once again and continuing to dispel the notion that libraries are silent establishments that collect books with the next Library Loud Days event: Haunted Central.
The Finance and Audit Committee of the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing on Tuesday to get the public’s reaction to County Executive Chris Abele’s proposed 2017 budget and listen to their concerns.
The City of Milwaukee’s budget continues to be threatened by flat intergovernmental revenues and growing Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) expenditure needs, according to the Public Policy Forum’s annual review of the Mayor’s proposed budget.
When: November 6-10, 2016 Location: Capuchin Community Services’ House of Peace site: 1702 W. Walnut Street Milwaukee, WI 53205 Partner with Capuchin Community Services and help Milwaukee’s poor this holiday season. Capuchin Community Services provides central city families in need with food baskets that contain all the fixings for a holiday meal, complete with a turkey […]