Henry Watford, nicknamed “The Hankster,” says that his biker club, the Wolf Pack, provides “friendships and an outlet for grown men.”
A desire among neighbors for an outdoor gathering space is coming to fruition with the help of several stakeholders.
Local filmmakers explore the role the justice system plays in the lives of the chronically homeless, hoping to find more meaningful solutions.
Stakeholders from all walks of life celebrate the groundbreaking for a $1.2 million renovation of Johnsons Park, a testament to collaboration and a symbol of the area’s renewal.
Neighbors, politicians, community organizations, and funders celebrated the power of collaboration and perseverance at the groundbreaking ceremony of Johnsons Park.
The Human Trafficking Task Force of Greater Milwaukee is calling attention to sex trafficking using startling images of children.
United Way and Hunger Task Force are distributing books across the city to underserved students to prevent a summer slide in reading proficiency.
Imani Ray, 18, grew up in Milwaukee but moved to Arizona before her senior year of high school. After graduation, she returned to the community she calls home.
A partnership between artists and biologists resulted in a year of lessons for 3rd-5th graders and a piece of public art in front of Greenfield Bilingual School.
A group of middle school students from Westside Academy II were recognized at City Hall for their actions to improve the appearance of Washington Park.