During the regular meeting today of Milwaukee’s Black Male Achievement Advisory Council, Alderman Khalif J. Rainey assumed co-chairmanship of the body following his appointment by outgoing co-chair Council President Ashanti Hamilton.
Convicted felons who have reformed their ways and paid their debts to society will be allowed to purchase city-owned, tax-foreclosed property from the City of Milwaukee, under legislation passed today by the Common Council.
BMO Harris Bank announced today that it plans to build a new branch at 3637 W. Fond Du Lac Ave., across the street from its current location at 3536 W. Fond Du Lac Ave. and right in the heart of the Sherman Park neighborhood.
The Milwaukee Common Council on Tuesday voted 14-0 in favor of a resolution that will create a city Office of African American Affairs tasked with improving the quality of life for African American Milwaukeeans. Authored by Alderman Khalif J. Rainey, the measure will establish the Office of African American Affairs as a division of the […]
I need to be perfectly clear about these two things: while the residents of Sherman Park and Milwaukee’s impoverished neighborhoods have just cause for anger and frustration, absolutely nothing justifies the display of violence and incivility we’ve witnessed in our neighborhoods these past two evenings. My plea to my neighbors is to do everything they […]