Some Milwaukee teens are getting their driver’s licenses suspended — sometimes prior to getting them — for unpaid tickets from non-driving offenses.
Dream MKE is fostering growth in minority small businesses through seed loans, financial consulting and an upcoming fellowship program.
Featuring Hmong and Somali dancing and history presentations, a recent Washington Park gathering showcased the neighborhood’s diverse cultures.
A recent Public Policy Forum report shows that the majority of Milwaukee County’s afterschool programs have low YoungStar ratings, sparking questions about whether the problem is the programs or the system itself.
The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation and African American Chamber of Commerce will soon kick off a new revolving loan fund to help provide capital to small businesses and boost black entrepreneurship.
As Milwaukee endured its coldest weather in nearly 20 years, some local food pantries and meal programs were forced to temporarily close, leaving some low-income residents without access to food.
YWCA Southeast Wisconsin’s new Ways to Work program provides affordable loans to repair or purchase cars for low- to moderate-income individuals.
Unpaid traffic tickets are leading to a growing number of driver’s license suspensions for impoverished, minority Milwaukeeans.
Walnut Way and St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care plan to build new facilities to fuel development and job growth in Lindsay Heights.
Having won a $6.9 million federal grant to become the second-largest Head Start provider in Milwaukee, Next Door has acquired a new facility in Capitol Heights and is unveiling a new home-based Head Start model.