Renovating buildings is a family tradition for Vincent Hanoski, a third-generation bicycle shop owner.
Seventh- and eighth-graders from Anna F. Doerfler School are asking residents to support their mural at the intersection of 30th and Scott streets in Layton Boulevard West.
The Native American Awareness Project has art on display at City Hall through Wednesday. The exhibit is a boost for Native American artists who may not have had other opportunities to showcase their work.
New teachers from across the University of Wisconsin System volunteer for an urban teacher-training program that addresses their own cultural and socioeconomic biases.
Ian Bautista, the new executive director of the Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative, says his goal is to “unlock, invite and connect” with people and organizations.
Clean Slate Milwaukee provides expungement services for young adults between the ages of 17-25 who have non-violent felony or misdemeanor convictions.
The Milwaukee Public Library has opened its first automated, 24/7 express library at Westlawn Gardens.
Volunteers built a new playground in Harambee as a way to promote 60 minutes of play and a safer neighborhood for children.
Hundreds of participants from various Milwaukee neighborhoods gathered to support creating a safer, healthier neighborhood in Metcalfe Park at the community’s “Arms Around Us” event.
Volunteers and Hunger Task Force staff joined together to harvest crops that will be distributed to local food relief agencies.