FoodShare recipients should see another bump in benefits, starting Oct. 1, that will continue through at least Sept. 30, 2022.
The Marcia P. Coggs Human Services Center reopened this week for full-time in-person service after being closed since March 2020 because of COVID-19 precautions.
If you or someone you know needs food, here is information on where to find food pantries, meal distribution sites and more.
Community leaders rally to provide supplies for MPS students and teachers to beat the heat. But they call for a permanent solution for buildings without air-conditioning.
If you need food, take a look at these resources.
Parents can apply online to receive Pandemic EBT credits, or P-EBT, through Wednesday, Aug. 18. After then, they will need to apply over the phone or via email.
About 60 young people met every weekday for six weeks this summer to generate ideas for improving educational outcomes for young Black males. Here is what they came up with.
Here is updated information on where to find food pantries, meal distribution sites and meals for children as well as pay-what-you-can options, meal delivery programs and more.
We answer two common questions we’ve received through our News414 texting service: How to get property tax relief and what to do if your unemployment assistance is at an adjudicator.
For Allenton Riley, 18, Moko Jumbie is a way to stay out of trouble as well as a way to stand out. A video of him on stilts went viral last month after he was caught practicing for a Juneteenth performance.