A new community health care clinic at the Northside YMCA is now open to serve children, teens and their caregivers.
Concerned about the high number of motorcycle accidents and fatalities, a group of Milwaukee residents is working to create a motorcycle awareness weekend.
The Friends of Hank Aaron State Trail hosted the 14th annual Hank Aaron State Trail 5k Run/Walk. About 1,500 people walked or ran the race that took them through the heart of Milwaukee.
The Milwaukee Urban Soccer Collaborative recently previewed its upcoming Soccer for Success program, which will show children the benefits of a healthier life style as they play soccer.
Two soccer entrepreneurs hope to build a state-of-the-art futsal and soccer center to help central city youth get hooked on soccer and on the road to college.
Central City Churches Outreach Ministry, a project of eight churches along Wisconsin Avenue, has been feeding poor people for more than 30 years.
The Salvation Army of Milwaukee County kicked off the 23rd annual Feed the Children food drive with support from volunteers and prominent individuals such as Mayor Tom Barrett and former Green Bay Packer LeRoy Butler.
La Causa Social Services provides teenagers who have complex mental and emotional needs a second chance with the Wraparound and Wraparound REACH programs.
Tikkun Ha-Ir collected and distributed clothes and household items for 15 non-profit organizations during its 9th annual Glean Machine summer donation drive.
Milwaukee Police Department representatives told an audience of District 2 residents that more officers are patrolling the area during the summer months to try to avoid a seasonal increase in crime.