Additional accommodations have been made after more people than expected registered for a free training on Saturday, Sept. 11 to assist people who have survived traumatic events.
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Alverno College will host the third annual State of Wisconsin Girls Summit on October 9, which will feature keynote speaker Ayanna O’Kimosh, a 13-year-old three-time national boxing champion from Keshena, Wis.
Entertainment at St. Ann Center’s north side band shell will continue into September, making up for earlier cancelations due to weather.
Here are some things you should know now that the U.S. Supreme Court has tossed out the federal ban on evictions.
Cavalier Johnson, president of the Milwaukee Common Council, will be the featured speaker at a Newsmaker Luncheon, hosted jointly by the Milwaukee Press Club and WisPolitics.com on Wednesday, September 22.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee announces transition of LaVarnway Club staff and members to nearby clubs.
Get vaccinated at MATC; learn about sickle cell disease; celebrate the Jewish Community Pantry’s new mural; visit the new gallery at Latino Arts; and meet the Educational Equity Coalition.
It is my hope that we welcome our Afghan brothers and sisters with open arms, in the simple spirit of humanity.
Community leaders rally to provide supplies for MPS students and teachers to beat the heat. But they call for a permanent solution for buildings without air-conditioning.
Celebrate Mexican Fiesta; join VIA and Safe & Sound for a neighborhood cleanup; explore public art with the Milwaukee Public Library and Adam Carr; check out Milwaukee Urban League’s back-to-school bash; and attend “Music on the Beerline.”