Though the proposed $60 vehicle registration fee in the 2017 Milwaukee County budget appears to be unpopular among residents, some experts say it is vital for maintaining the transportation infrastructure for low-income bus riders.
Police Chief Ed Flynn addressed the roles elected officials and media play in community relationships with police at a recent Milwaukee Press Club event.
Rufus King International High School’s Jew Crew and Friends of Islam invited students from three Milwaukee high schools to learn about forgiveness and reconciliation from Israeli and Palestinian parents who lost their children during the ongoing conflict.
The Wisconsin Doulas of Color Collective works to combat Milwaukee’s high infant mortality rate through emotional support for mothers from its new home at the Body and Soul Healing Arts Center.
Diamond Sconiers, a fifth-grade student at Eastbrook Academy, loves to share her new knowledge and passions.
Clean Slate Milwaukee is holding its first community re-entry and expungement summit to help non-violent felons access resources and find opportunity.
With the assistance of the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development and the YWCA, local residents learn skills and find opportunities they hope will lead to employment.
The Benedict Center Sisters Diversion Program, working in conjunction with police and prosecutors, offers an alternative to incarceration to stop the cycle of prostitution.
La’Ketta Caldwell, program manager at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee, is equally comfortable hanging out with a group of teenagers and expressing herself through film and theater.