Volunteers are introducing Burmese children to American culture and helping them succeed in the classroom.
A former Texas prison warden started a scholarship fund for inmates’ children in hopes that it will help stop a cycle of incarceration.
A recent City Hall art exhibit featured artwork created by Reagan High School students to express how they feel about their lives and their education.
Refugee resettlement agencies belonging to the Milwaukee Area Refugee Consortium brought together culturally diverse immigrants for a pre-Thanksgiving meal.
PEERS, a program of Marquette’s Department of Psychology, helps high-functioning individuals on the autism spectrum improve social interaction.
The morning show on WNOV hosted by Sherwin Hughes, the lone African-American radio talk show host in Milwaukee, has quietly been expanded from two to three hours.
Three Metcalfe Park community organizations and a group of young adults built a rain garden at a community garden, hoping neighbor residents will follow suit on their own property.
Mayor Barrett and Blanket of Love share a common goal: reducing infant deaths due to co-sleeping
As the Layton Boulevard West mobile bike hub wraps up its first season, organizers are pleased with the positive reception it has received.
United Neighborhood Centers of Milwaukee’s sixth annual Walk for Wellness provided an opportunity for families to exercise together for fitness and fun.