Although the City of Milwaukee promised more than a year ago to replace lead service lines at each of the city’s 346 licensed child care facilities, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service has found that only 146 have been replaced thus far, due to a combination of mismanagement, poor communication and unresponsive property owners.
A congressional order to halt closure of shuttered Social Security Administration offices has energized efforts to reverse the decision to close the Mitchell Street office.
Despite recent protests, the Mitchell Street Branch of the Social Security Administration will close on March 22. The office serves about 2,200 visitors a month.
Alex Stojanovski, 35, is a former professional soccer player now living on Milwaukee’s North Side.
The South Side Safety Summit was part of a larger effort among law enforcement, city officials, community leaders and others to improve the strained relationship between the Milwaukee Police Department and some residents.
Along with a restaurant, new amenities on the 3500 block of West National will include apartments, a parklet featuring outdoor seating and additional parking.
While a new national report focusing on black male achievement highlights Milwaukee’s increased investment and action to support black men and boys, progress toward improving the lives of black males in the city has been slow.
Once thriving, and then an eyesore that split the north and south sides of the city, the Menomonee Valley comeback continues.
The Granville Business Improvement District, with support from the City of Milwaukee, is in the midst of an effort to rejuvenate the once-bustling far Northwest Side.
Marilyn Daul, 52, quit smoking four years ago. Now she has another New Year’s resolution.