The Milwaukee Board of School Directors is meeting Thursday to potentially adopt both a proposed MPS operating budget of $1.3 billion and a supplemental budget of $382 million in federal stimulus. Here is what you need to know.
We answer two common questions we’ve received through our News414 texting service: How to get food aid if you face transportation barriers, and how to apply for rent assistance without the internet.
The state has expanded its Pandemic EBT program to include children younger than 6. Eligible families must be enrolled in FoodShare to receive benefits.
Earn and Learn has extended its application deadline for its program for youths ages 14 through 24. Here are some tips for putting in an application and making the most of your summer.
Aisha Carr, who lived outside Milwaukee Public Schools’ District 4 while running for the school board, has moved into the district and begun her term on time.
Despite experiencing severe symptoms of COVID, including hospitalization, some remain skeptical of the vaccine and do not plan to get it.
For Laura Manriquez, community service has often centered around making sure her neighbors, especially children, have enough to eat every day.
You’ve told us your concerns about eviction through our texting service News414, so we talked to a panel of experts and got their advice. Here are our four main takeaways.
Some Milwaukeeans have been mistakenly told they do not qualify for the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer program, or P-EBT. Here’s what you can do to make sure you get your benefits.
Here’s an overview of what the state superintendent does and why this race matters.