A small group of Bradley Tech high school students will be traveling to Ireland, Wales, England and France next month, thanks to the generosity of community members.
The city’s free phone app makes it easier to file service requests, but many residents are unaware that it exists.
United Way of Greater Milwaukee and Waukesha County strives to decrease the teen birth rate with new ads showing teen parents controlled by their baby.
Layton Boulevard West Neighbors has transformed a vacant foreclosed duplex on the South Side to single-family home that produces as much energy as it uses.
Young professionals donated about 1,000 toys at the fourth annual Young Milwaukee Holiday Gala to benefit Journey House.
Growing Power hosted a fundraiser to celebrate 20 years as a nonprofit organization and leader in the farm-to-table revolution.
The Life Impact Program at UW-Milwaukee provides renewable scholarships as well as personal and professional support to student-parents.
The International Learning Center provides young refugee children with the skills they need for kindergarten.
The fourth annual Housing Resource Fair provided advice on home repair, home purchasing and foreclosures to people looking to buy homes or find reputable contractors.
The fourth annual Día de los Muertos parade celebrated children and other loved ones who have passed away.