Registration is open for camps throughout Milwaukee that can help keep youth safe, engaged and well fed throughout the summer.
Donelle Maclin, 14, says he finds enjoyment in tumbling, an activity that forces him to face fears and allows him to clear his head.
Mr. Bob’s Under the Bridge moved out of the elements and into the basement of Redeemer Lutheran Church, a setting that allows volunteers more time to understand the needs of the city’s homeless population.
Milwaukee Rising has renovated more than 70 foreclosed, distressed homes, selling more than 60 of them to individuals and families in Sherman Park.
Community leaders cautioned that participating in the U.S. Department of Justice Violence Reduction Network will not be effective without also addressing issues such as rampant poverty and segregation.
Joshua Moore, 19, says a youth movement is the key to improving life and creating a more peaceful Milwaukee.
Tenants of Maskani Place, a 37-unit building in the Harambee neighborhood, can receive social services within the confines of the apartment complex.
“Explore MKE: Your Neighborhood, Our City” will be distributed to hundreds of third-grade students across Milwaukee.
Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center has relocated to the old Goldmann’s building on Historic Mitchell Street to better meet the growing health and wellness needs of the native community.
During the past nine years, the Northside Housing Initiative has trained and employed more than 200 people in construction trades while putting 282 affordable rental homes back on the tax rolls.