Pat and Jeanette Gleason’s dream to own their own bakery and photography school is coming to life, as the couple opens two businesses in a newly renovated duplex.
People from diverse organizations came together to plant a garden that will be used by Camp PACA’s African and Southeast Asian refugee and immigrant youth.
The Milwaukee Environmental Sciences school on the west side is seeking pre-K-5th-grade students for its inaugural class.
Latino Arts Inc. presents Ni De Aqui Ni De Alla, a show of prints by Raoul Deal of images from stories of immigrants who settled in Milwaukee. The exhibit highlights the experience of families caught between the cultures of Mexico and the United States.
Helping low-income Milwaukee residents prepare their taxes for free, experienced volunteers from Northwestern Mutual set up a successful new site for the Social Development Commission’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program at the Sixteenth Community Health Center this year.
With a new $1.5 million federal grant, Marquette University and the United Community Center are improving their health and wellness programming at Bruce-Guadalupe Community School.
Nearly 30 South Side residents met with representatives from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation to discuss potential changes to—or closures of—1-94 entrances and exits serving their neighborhood.
Three months into a new program at the Cardinal Stritch University Leadership Center, participants are learning new skills and gaining confidence in their ability to lead.
Two dozen teenagers competed to represent Wisconsin at this year’s Brave New Voices International Youth Poetry Slam Festival. They performed to standing ovations, delivering heartfelt poems on tough issues young people face.
BMO Harris has donated $50,000 to Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin. The donation comes during a post-holiday lull in charitable giving.