In January Berrada Properties Management Inc. filed around 1,000 evictions. The Community and Economic Development Committee met Wednesday to discuss how to address the issue.
Participation in Habitat for Humanity’s homebuilding program changed Wendy Winston’s life forever. Here is how it can help you.
Milwaukee County Board Chairwoman Marcelia Nicholson uses her background to shape how she leads.
Despite Milwaukee’s long list of loans and grants available, homeowners struggle to get help with critical repairs. Here’s what you need to know.
The organization, located at 209 W. Orchard St., houses a walk-in clinic, a youth center for children and a GED program available to both residents and people in the surrounding area.
Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters, or HIPPY, works with families in the home to support parents in their critical role as their child’s first and most important teacher. It is delivered via a partnership with COA’s Burke Early Education Center.
Here is where you can get free winter gear or donate to those in need.
Amani’s Block by Block program helps residents make repairs to their homes. But those who are involved say it’s about so much more.
Milwaukee’s faith communities work to stay encouraged and be encouraging as the pandemic persists.
The city’s New Home Initiative offers qualified residents the chance to build on the vacant lots at North 20th and West Walnut streets and on North 12th and West Lloyd streets.