Shayla Burtin, the founder of Yes, I Can Help You, helps small business owners and entrepreneurs practice healthy business habits.
The Granville Business Improvement District wants to see growth in the area so it sponsored a workshop to teach supervisors how to better lead.
DeMar Walker has been creating dances since he was young. Now, he’s living his passion as a choreographer. Walker talks about the road from neighborhood dance instructor to Ko-Thi artistic director.
FlexRide Milwaukee, a transportation service in Milwaukee, is making changes to its program to make it more accessible.
Every 10 years, the U.S. Census Bureau conducts a census. Recent data shows there was an undercount of certain minority populations, which could impact state funding and representation.
We Energies and Milwaukee Public Schools are collaborating on an internship and apprenticeship program for students interested in the trades.
Brigade MKE will offer culinary and hospitality training for youths ages 14 to 24.
A few years ago, Jesus and Thaime Nañez decided to open the Farmhouse Paint & Sip. It was their first business together, but not their last.
JoAnna Bautch, 34, is the newly appointed executive director of VIA Community Development Corporation. She will replace Brianna Sas-Pérez, who announced her decision to step down from the role late last year.
Low-income individuals can receive help on their tax returns for free. Here’s a list of organizations that serve our neighborhoods.