Amid a pandemic and a rapidly digitizing world, SHARP Literacy has found a way to transition from its roots while remaining true to its mission.
Frustrated with people not understanding her daughter’s autism, Amelia Peace decided to write a book.
Learn the history of Black Milwaukee’s blue collar middle class; view the new gallery exhibit at Arts @ Large; check out the Melanin & Headwraps pop-up; attend First Stage’s Make Believe ball; and learn about the MCTS’ redesign.
You may know him just as a pastor. Or as an educator. Possibly as a lawyer. But Walter Lanier is more than you think.
Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers is teaming with the Milwaukee County Behavioral Health Division to bring behavioral health services to the South Side.
We talked to some of Milwaukee’s health care experts to see what questions they receive about the vaccine, how they clear up misconceptions and where to go for reliable information.
Through new federal funding, eligible tenants can receive up to 15 months of rent assistance.
After a winter storm in Texas knocked out electricity and left people without food or water, groups and individuals across Milwaukee sprang into action.
The Milwaukee County Transit System sponsored the first-ever Rosa Parks Tribute Scholarship essay contest, asking high school students to respond to the Parks quote, “Each person must live their life as a model for others.’’ We’ve collected the three winning essays by MPS high school seniors.
New groups become eligible for vaccinations and federal officials approve a third vaccine for those 18 and older. Here’s what you need to know this week.