It’s tax season. And that means tax predators are on the hunt for your hard-earned cash. Here’s how not to be a victim.
The beat cop initiative has been underway for several months in Clarke Square, and residents and business owners say they appreciate the added police presence in the neighborhood.
Thanksgiving can signal the start of a peak time for home fires due to cooking accidents, electrical failures, dry trees, space heaters, fireplaces, candles and holiday lights.
Safe & Sound, the Department of Public Works and youth from Journey House programming have created beautiful garbage receptacles in Clarke Square to curb littering.
Deadlines are approaching for those who intend to register to vote in next month’s election. Registration can be done in person, by mail or online.
With the cooler weather arriving, increased use of space heaters can sometimes trigger fires. Fire Prevention Week is Oct. 7-13.
National Voter Registration Day is recognized on the fourth Tuesday of every September to bring attention to the importance of registering to vote. This year, National Voter Registration Day will be on Sept. 25.
With the fall season coming up, seasonal allergies may also arise. Fall seasonal allergy symptoms include itchy, runny, sneezy or stuffy noses and itchy, watery eyes.
Medicine flushed down the toilet flows directly to Lake Michigan because it passes through wastewater treatment plants that are not designed to remove drugs, according to the Fund for Lake Michigan. A large and growing number of chemicals related to unused medicine are currently being detected in Lake Michigan near Milwaukee.
During the summer months away from school, every student risks summer learning loss. Children can lose up to 3 months in reading skills over the summer. Below are some tips to prevent “the summer brain drain.”