SPARC, a business training program of Scale Up Milwaukee, helps owners develop strategies to increase revenue.
Cheers and jeers: What Milwaukee’s Latinx community has to say about Alfonso Morales’ exit from the Police Department.
After the federal supplemental unemployment benefit expires, residents worry about how they will make ends meet.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, we’ve kept in touch with a group of essential workers. They continue to share, in their own words, their experiences working during the coronavirus.
After a stormy 11 months as the executive director of the Fire and Police Commission, Griselda Aldrete says she’s walking away on her own terms.
More public awareness campaigns; increased access to driver education; narrowed driving lanes; and coordinated traffic signals are among the recommendations of the City-County Carjacking and Reckless Driving Task Force.
African Americans make up the majority of residents arrested on charges of violating Milwaukee’s stay-at-home order, according to data obtained from the Milwaukee Police Department through a public records request.
Many patients have delayed or avoided in-person medical treatment since the pandemic began. Now it’s time to come back. health leaders say.
Data from the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office confirm 192 drug overdose deaths with 62 more probable overdose cases pending toxicology reports as of June 11. It’s “a vicious cycle of addiction and death,” one expert says.
The pandemic as well as fallout from the death of George Floyd have been linked to a rise in anxiety and depression in Americans.