The St. Mark AME Church and its affiliate, the Lovell Johnson Quality of Life Center, hosted three community sessions to address preterm births during November, Prematurity Awareness month.
The Black Girls Run Milwaukee running group is attracting new members in its quest to improve the health of African-American women.
Walnut Way, Alice’s Garden and Fondy Food Center played an important role in Milwaukee’s selection as a finalist in the Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Mayors Challenge, a national competition to generate new ideas for addressing challenges facing cities.
Amani and Metcalfe Park have taken the first steps toward creating community revitalization plans under a new federal grant program.
More than 300 low-income students are spending Saturday mornings practicing for the ACT test, as part of their participation in College Possible.
Walnut Way Conservation Corp. celebrated its 12th annual Harvest Day Festival with a parade, music, face painting and more.
Hundreds of people from nine neighborhood centers walked, listened to music and enjoyed a healthy meal and the annual wellness walk sponsored by UNCOM’s Milwaukee Childhood Obesity Prevention Project.
Five Little Free Libraries are being installed in Lindsay Heights with the goal of fostering literacy and creating community.
Community members gathered at Kilbourn Park to celebrate the Young Farmers organization and see the unveiling of the mural dedicated to the farming program.
After one full year as a merged school, Hopkins Lloyd Community School is showing promise, but has yet to prove itself academically.