New counselors are being hired to increase breastfeeding support services for Milwaukee mothers.
We answer two common questions we’ve received through our News414 texting service: How to get property tax relief and what to do if your unemployment assistance is at an adjudicator.
Read a book in the park with La Revo Books; visit the Youth and Community Resource Fair; get your COVID-19 vaccine; tune into Voces de la Frontera’s immigration forums; and check out the Tricklebee Cafe farmers market.
In a wide-ranging interview with NNS, new Milwaukee Health Commissioner Kirsten Johnson said her top priority is tackling the city’s ongoing lead crisis, which she called “the pandemic before the pandemic.”
As reckless driving incidents continue to plague the city, residents, groups and others continue efforts to raise awareness.
Learn about Nō Studios PhotoMKE festival; discover how to combat ageism in the workplace; get the COVID-19 vaccine at one of three walk-in clinics; enjoy family fun night in Humboldt Park; and create a family collage book.
Watch “Moana” in Johnsons Park; join the annual Heal the Hood celebration; celebrate 100 years of Garden Homes; take the “My Mandela Pledge”; and enjoy story time at Pete’s Pops.
Daughters of Tradition is a local mentorship group under the HIR Wellness Institute. Girls and young women gather weekly to share their stories, learn each other’s culture and create lasting bonds.
“She moves without judgment … She sees human need before aberrant behavior.” Meet Arnitta Holliman, the new director of Milwaukee’s Office of Violence Prevention.
For Allenton Riley, 18, Moko Jumbie is a way to stay out of trouble as well as a way to stand out. A video of him on stilts went viral last month after he was caught practicing for a Juneteenth performance.