The City of Milwaukee Health Department recently confirmed a positive test of rabies in a bat found in the city. Here’s how to stay safe.
Diverse and Resilient’s recent photo project challenged LGBT youth to “think beyond the selfie” and use photography to express their feelings about how they see the world around them.
For 55 years, the Native-American-founded ACE Boxing Club has provided underprivileged youth with the opportunity to learn important life skills through boxing.
Ignace Indian Health Center’s annual obesity awareness event provided free physical exams and activities for the city’s Native American community.
The Phenomenal Men Support Group utilizes a built-to-scale trailer jail cell to encourage community youth to stay away from activities that would put them behind bars.
Jasmin Hoover Evans reflects on lessons learned during her first summer as a vendor at the Fondy Farmers Market.
Residents of the Thurston Woods neighborhood came together at a new event to paint chairs yellow, representing peace and positivity in the community.
Community organizations came out to show their support for the Amani neighborhood at its annual block party.
Arts @ Large’s student-led coffee shop on the South Side is designed to provide business skills to young aspiring baristas and entrepreneurs.
Workers demanded an hourly wage increase, training compensation and increased job benefits for those working in MCFI’s New Health Services program.