The diamond was freshly groomed, music blasted from the ballpark speakers and a digital scoreboard kept tally at Helfaer Field as teens from several community centers across Milwaukee played a game of Quickball.
Hundreds of urban planners and community stakeholders attended a recent workshop at the Harley-Davidson Museum to weigh in on future development in the Menomonee Valley.
The Milwaukee Urban Soccer Collaborative is spreading the popularity of the game across the city by offering free, after-school soccer programs, helping students develop essential life skills while remaining physically active.
An undercover investigation by the Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service revealed just how far some online high school programs are willing to go to enroll students, and how they continue to evade law enforcement.
An undercover investigation by the Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service revealed how far some online high school programs are willing to go to enroll students, and how they continue to evade law enforcement.
Clean Slate Milwaukee helps people who committed nonviolent crimes in their youth clear their public record so they can get jobs, driver’s licenses, parental rights and more.
Pressure from advocates for the Wisconsin Well Woman Program has forced the Department of Health Services to delay planned cutbacks in breast and cervical cancer screening.
Women’s health care advocates are urging state administrators to delay a proposal that restructures a breast and cervix cancer screening program for uninsured women.
Hundreds of fathers and daughters gathered at North Division High School recently for the 11th annual Daddy Daughter Dance, which helps raise awareness about absent dads.
City officials and community groups are working together to transform the growing number of foreclosed properties and vacant lots into community garden spaces.