The Wisconsin Scholastic Chess Federation provides opportunities for children to learn chess and compete in tournaments.
On a recent Saturday about 100 people in Milwaukee participated in Walk for Freedom, a fundraising and awareness event held by the global anti-human trafficking organization A21.
Devonte Kingsby is a bus driver for the Milwaukee County Transit System. His favorite thing about his job is helping others.
The Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program provides a one-time payment to eligible Milwaukee residents to help pay a portion of their energy bills during the heating season. The application period began Oct. 1 and runs through May 15, 2017.
If you haven’t been able to check out a book or film from the Milwaukee Public Library for years because of your fines or fees, you have until Oct. 9 to take advantage of the library’s Fine Forgiveness Campaign.
Near West Side Partners, Inc. held an open house bus tour to show homes for sale in Near West Side neighborhoods.
During the summer, paleteros take to the streets to sell their ice cream treats.
“No drugs + No alcohol = No violence!” Students and teachers from Westside Academy II and others carried that message into the street during a recent march for peace.
Sixty children received free bicycles, helmets and classes, thanks to the winners of last year’s DreamBig! competition.
Since its founding 20 years ago, the city housing authority’s homeownership program has helped about 470 families living in public housing to purchase homes.