Alvin Watts, a sophomore at Carmen Northwest High School, was one of two U.S. high school students selected to participate in a global youth summit in Hiroshima, Japan.
Heroin addiction plagues Milwaukee and the nation. Understanding the cause requires understanding the victims.
A robotics team made up of various MPS students hosted an open house at Bradley Technology and Trade School. Community members were led through tours of the workshop and got to see the team practice with their robot.
Clarke Square residents and business owners fear the recent closure of the Mitchell Park Domes could have a negative effect on the community.
Spoken-word artists, singers and community members celebrated Black History Month and the 53206 ZIP code at “Our History: Telling it like it is.”
The City of Milwaukee Health Department is encouraging residents to take advantage of a toll-free hotline that provides information and medical advice from trained specialists.
Six local gospel groups will perform at Turner Hall Ballroom on Feb. 5 to support Progressive Community Health Centers.
James Peters tells how his father’s death is motivating him to overcome unemployment.
Free home repairs offered by Rebuilding Together Greater Milwaukee allows elderly people, veterans and those with disabilities to age in their homes and communities.
The Milwaukee County budget includes funds to repair Washington Park’s historic band shell and baseball field.