Summer arts programs for youth, free performances of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, and a series of cross-neighborhood dinners in connection with the classic American play Our Town are among 35 projects awarded funding recently by the City of Milwaukee Arts Board.
Individuals and organizations are invited to submit news releases, short articles and photos about their issues and events.
Former Alverno College President Sister Joel Read, SSSF, ’48, one of the nation’s longest-serving college presidents and a renowned advocate for education reform, died May 25. She was 91 years old.
Alverno College is launching a new teacher licensure program in the fall, aimed at paraprofessionals who have an associate’s degree or at least 60 college credits.
The Milwaukee Bucks are partnering with Johnson Controls to construct a $150,000 multi-sport complex at Westlawn Gardens’ Browning Elementary School and the Silver Spring Neighborhood Center.
Students at Milwaukee Academy of Science study a challenging curriculum focused on STEM — science, technology, engineering and math — to prepare students for related careers. The school has increased their academic and career planning activities this year due to a grant from the Greater Milwaukee Foundation and Milwaukee Succeeds.
Safe & Sound is pleased to announce its 2017 award recipients, who will be honored at a gala, Building Community One Block at a Time, on September 14, 2017, at the Italian Community Center. Each year, Safe & Sound honors collaborative and inspiring leaders in the Milwaukee community.
On June 3rd young volunteers will come together to feed those in need by hosting a #HashtagLunchbag event. Our goal is to package and distribute over 200 lunches to people around the city.
Today, Mayor Tom Barrett and the City of Milwaukee Health Department announced Milwaukee’s 2016 infant mortality data and simultaneously released the 2012-2015 Fetal Infant Mortality Review report.
Teen members at the Don & Sallie Davis Boys & Girls Club of Greater Milwaukee will get a giant surprise when Aaron’s, Inc. unveils a newly refurbished teen center on Wednesday, May 24.
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and the University of Georgia have found that as air mattresses become increasingly popular, the inflatable beds place infants at great risk for sleep-related death.