Daddy’s Soul Food & Grille opened earlier this month in an area with few locally owned restaurants.
Luther Chambers, a Salvation Army bell ringer collects donations to help the poor outside a local grocery store.
ShotSpotter sensors quickly alert police to gunfire in neighborhoods.
Fathers from across the city gathered at the ninth annual Fatherhood Summit.
Parents and coaches shine car headlights in Johnsons Park so that the Running Rebels football team can practice.
Neighbors from Washington Park enjoyed the Lisbon Avenue Art Festival, which was organized by Washington Park Partners and Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity.
James Moran, executive director of the Milwaukee Soccer Development Group, explains how playing soccer on tennis courts could help inner-city, Milwaukee youth.
Thurston Woods Campus is one of 14 underperforming MPS schools selected for federal funding through the Commitment Schools program.
Area residents and Habitat for Humanity volunteers said they are saddened by a fire that destroyed a Habitat for Humanity house that was near completion, but are hopeful it can be rebuilt.
Woodlands School was named a 2014 National School of Character, an honor awarded to only three charter schools nationwide.