With a shrinking staff and budget, rising costs and more challenges looming, Milwaukee County Parks finds itself in an unenviable situation.
Facing minimal opposition, the Milwaukee Common Council is close to establishing a new set of voter boundaries that will remain in place for the next decade.
Project Return, located at 2821 Vel R. Phillips Ave., provides employment, housing, drug and alcohol counseling, life skills training and other support to those who have been incarcerated.
Nearly four months after missing a second deadline to close the Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake youth prisons, officials still have not decided on a replacement facility to house local youths.
Organizers hope that high-tech cameras and other initiatives will help deter crime on Villard Avenue and lead to other improvements in the once-bustling neighborhood.
Eileen Alvarado, 50, hopes her new book, “Caught in My Thoughts: Fearlessly Finding My Peace,” will help others survivors of trauma find their peace.
Organizers hope that the Medication Assisted Treatment program at the House of Correction will help save lives and reduce recidivism.
Parents of Milwaukee Public Schools students report widespread problems with bus transportation this year.
Memorial event at Zeidler Union Square marks International Overdose Awareness Day by focusing on those we lost.
MKE Urban Stables’ $5.6 million facility will house equine-therapy programs and provide a space for positive interactions between the community and police.