The multi-million dollar St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care brings state-of-the-art facilities to Park West and surrounding communities.
The Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee acknowledged the accomplishments of area high school seniors at the second annual college signing day.
MPS’ first STEM-focused science fair reflects a recent nationwide push to emphasize science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) in K-12 education.
Teachers, parents and students at Milwaukee Environmental Sciences celebrated the debut of a mobile greenhouse, which was made possible through an Arts @ Large initiative with various community partners.
An anti-pregnancy program, called the Loving and Developing Yourself (LADY) group, encourages teenage girls to seek academic excellence and set career goals while avoiding pregnancy.
Kiva Zip, an online nonprofit program, provides Milwaukee’s small business owners with a way to acquire zero-interest loans through a vast network of lenders.
The fifth annual Black Marriage Day emphasized the importance of successful marriages and strong families in the Black community.
Based on initial test results, MPS administrators and teachers are optimistic about the three-year Commitment Schools improvement program for underperforming MPS schools.
Despite easier access to inexpensive processed foods, Hunger Task Force and Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin are increasing the amount of fresh produce rescued from retailers and sourcing directly from area farms.
Cuts to federal aid programs coupled with high poverty rates are putting pressure on Milwaukee’s network of food banks, food pantries and hot meal programs.