Milwaukee Public Schools Superintendent Darienne Driver, the Milwaukee Bucks, and Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin will host MPS students and families at Washington High School for a day of learning about the importance of health and wellness in schools and at home.
Individuals and organizations are invited to submit news releases, short articles and photos about their issues and events.
The United Community Center (UCC) has been successfully serving Milwaukee’s south side since 1970 due, in large part, to dedicated volunteers throughout the region.
The 2015 Burden of Tobacco in Wisconsin reports that 14% of Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) deaths in Wisconsin are caused by smoking cigarettes.
BMA Committee has announced that they will be organizing Black Men Achieve Awards to honor the achievement of African American Males.
Young women looking to find out more about a future in public service and leadership can now register to have the opportunity to meet and be inspired by a number of local leaders during the seventh annual Girls’ Day at City Hall, hosted on Thursday, March 16 by Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs and Alderwoman Chantia Lewis.
The culture and style of Africa were showcased at St. Ann Center’s Bucyrus Campus as part of a month-long celebration of Black history. African drums summoned adult clients, day care children, volunteers and staff to the intergenerational park on Friday, Feb. 3.
The Department of Public Works will begin taking reservations for neighborhood cleanup boxes on Wednesday, March 1, 2017.
Pete’s Fruit Market, a family-owned store that will soon open a new location in the heart of Bronzeville at N. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. and W. North Ave., will hold a second customer service jobs information session from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. TOMORROW — Thursday, February 16 — at the Milwaukee Urban League, 435 W. North Ave., Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs said today.
Attend this benefit to support Wisconsin’s two young women studying at Havana.
Chocolates and candies are a Valentine’s Day tradition! Unfortunately, candy flavors like grape, cherry, and apple are also making Other Tobacco Products (OTPs) more popular with kids.