As temperatures are expected to soar into the 90s this week, Milwaukee residents face two intersecting challenges: how to stay cool during a pandemic that has closed most in-person respites from the heat.
Milwaukee remains in Phase 4 of reopening. Here are other things you need to know this week.
Milwaukee enters Phase 4 of its COVID-19 orders Wednesday, July 1. The phase will last a minimum of 14 days, which is the incubation period of COVID-19.
Despite COVID-19, there are still options in person and online for children to have a safe and enriching summer.
Many nonprofit agencies and city programs continue to offer critical housing repair services. Here is a list of resources.
Although voting during the coronavirus pandemic created challenges, community leaders say living in Milwaukee has taught them to be ready for any crisis.
Now, more than ever, it’s important to stay connected. Here’s how you can help senior citizens during the pandemic.
When the going gets tough, many residents are lucky to have Shavonda Sisson, who raises money in real time for those who need it.
March is Women’s History Month. Here are a few of the many events recognizing and celebrating black and brown women in Milwaukee.
Taking care of yourself and a loved one can prove to be a difficult juggling act. Here are some resources to help bring balance.