With the winter ban on utility disconnections ending in April—We Energies, Milwaukee County and community groups have been teaming up for March Meter Madness.
Individuals and organizations are invited to submit news releases, short articles and photos about their issues and events.
Friday, June 15, 6 PM Henry Maier Festival Park, 200 N Harbor Dr, Milwaukee, WI 53202 New this year: Earlier Start! The 5K run (Chip-timed & USATF certified) will start at 6:30 PM and the 2 mile walk at 7 PM. Walkers will enjoy a new route through Lakeshore State Park and onto the scenic […]
The United Nations Association – Greater Milwaukee invites you to… A Celebration of International Women’s Day Featuring Presentations On “The Impact of Racial Injustice on Black Milwaukee Women & Children” by Milwaukee Activist Lisa Jones & “The Effects of Privatizing Social Service Programs on Black Children & Families” by Milwaukee Child Welfare Advocate Amada Morales […]
This past weekend, Pi Beta Phi® Fraternity for Women hosted a literacy carnival and distributed 20,000 new books to area schools, after-school programs and community programs serving students from low-income families through its annual Fraternity Day of Service.
Invites Racine and State of Wisconsin to collaborate with Milwaukee County.
Alderman Tony Zielinski, who sponsored the legislation, says the Milwaukee Water Works will be required to provide lead safety public education materials to occupants of the properties serviced by lead lines on an annual basis.
There are still six more Saturdays to enjoy the Milwaukee Winter Farmers Market (MWFM), but the SNAP Market Match ends March 31st. The MWFM’s 9th season runs through April 14th, 2018 and, for the first time, implemented a USDA SNAP incentive program that doubles the spending power of low-income families and individuals to purchase healthy, local produce.
Alderman Michael J. Murphy says a study proves that the state’s interference into local affairs is once again having a negative impact on the City of Milwaukee.
On Tuesday, February 20, 2018, Courage MKE purchased property in Walker’s Point, which will serve as The Courage House, a home for LGBTQ+ youth in need to be provided a home and resources.
When you mix rain, some snow, and swings in temperature from the 20s to the upper 40s, you have created the perfect conditions for creating potholes.