Representatives of the Milwaukee Health Department and advocacy groups continued to disagree on the main source of lead poisoning at a League of Women Voters forum intended to call attention to the issue.
With about two months until opening day, Sherman Phoenix developers JoAnne Johnson-Sabir and Juli Kaufmann take pride in the mentorships formed with tenants and the opportunities for residents to invest.
The Department of City Development and the Historic King Drive BID presented a final plan for streetcar expansion and economic development, while addressing displacement concerns.
More than 150 volunteers recently helped clean and restore Riverside University High School, including creating a Zen Den, a “de-escalation” room for students with behavioral challenges.
Leaders Igniting Transformation has started Black Hogwarts, a leadership training program for teenagers named after the popular Harry Potter book and movie series.
When Davon Coleman had his first son at 16 years old, he vowed to be a better role model than his own dad.
Camp Umoja is a free six-week summer program that aims to put children in kindergarten through high school on a path to success.
Sean Wilson, ACLU of Wisconsin’s new Smart Justice organizer, is using his experiences in 53206 and prison to help him mentor youth and improve the criminal justice system.
New art pieces, on 35th Street and National Avenue, and 37th and Pierce streets, aim to attract people to local businesses, slow down traffic and build neighborhood identity.
Rain did not stop community members from attending the 47th annual Juneteenth Day festival, where they honored black culture and history while calling for change.