The city Department of Neighborhood Services, SaintA and other Milwaukee organizations recently hosted a youth job fair in Clarke Square.
Seven finalists are competing to win the Near West Side Partners Rev-UP MKE small business competition. The winner will open or expand a business on the Near West Side.
Residents who live near the up-and-coming Century City business park hope Good City Brewing will bring jobs to their community.
Members of the Milwaukee Nutrition & Lead Task Force are knocking on every door in the Amani neighborhood this summer to educate the community about lead.
Shaquita Spencer has wanted to be a nurse for as long as she can remember. She works as a certified nursing assistant now, but her plan to go back to school and fulfill her lifelong dream is finally being set into motion.
Improvements to businesses, beautification efforts and designs for a grocery store point to positive change on Vliet Street.
The Freshwater for Life Action Coalition is awaiting a response from District Attorney John Chisholm on its call for a formal investigation into the city’s Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program, while aldermen criticize lack of urgency on the issue.
United Way of Greater Milwaukee and Waukesha County hosted a volunteering event at H.W. Longfellow School to celebrate the first day of summer.
Pathways High School experienced a few bumps in the road during its first year, but students and staff are moving forward with optimism and ambition.
Shaun Brown has a lot of goals — travel more, buy property, get involved in transitional living — but she’s in no rush.