One year after the Ripple Effect program was announced, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee and its partners are bringing lessons about leadership and conflict resolution to students at five local clubs.
The Carmen High School of Science and Technology has been working with future neighbors on the north side as it prepares its new campus.
The MPS Arts Internship Program gave 58 area high school students the chance to work at an arts organization during the summer.
Residents of Metcalfe Park teamed up with Safe & Sound and the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin to host a movie night that drew more than 100 residents.
Students from Our Next Generation, local organizations and the neighborhood had a chance to explore 30 careers by talking with local volunteers.
The International Learning Center at Neighborhood House is the latest group to install a Little Free Library, making it easy for students and neighbors to borrow books.
A new pump and irrigation system have been installed at Fondy Food Center’s farm to deal with months of drought that have left fields almost empty.
Eugene Kotowski has participated in Fourth of July parades for 70 years, starting a tradition that continues with his nieces, nephews, children and grandchildren.
The Boys and Girls Clubs of Milwaukee partnered with the Hillside Family Resource Center for the first time to host the clubs’ annual walk and health fair.
Urban Ecology Center’s new location in the Menomonee Valley won’t open until September, but nearby residents already are on board.