The city’s New Home Initiative offers qualified residents the chance to build on the vacant lots at North 20th and West Walnut streets and on North 12th and West Lloyd streets.
Milwaukee saw at least 255 cases of syphilis in 2021, more than the totals from 2016 to 2019 combined, according to the Milwaukee Health Department.
Wind chills are expected to reach 20 degrees to 30 degrees below zero Tuesday. Here are places where you can go to find shelter from the cold.
Check out new art galleries from Milwaukee natives at MIAD; attend in-person and virtual job fairs; participate in a virtual listening session about the opioid epidemic; attend the quarterly meeting of the Harambee Community Association; and take in the newest exhibit at Latino Arts.
The two agencies charged with disbursing emergency rental assistance funding to Milwaukee County residents struggle to meet the demand.
Sample music and culture from the African Diaspora at Afro Soca Love; catch local R&B artists Brijon and Troy Tyler; meet the candidates for Milwaukee mayor; attend an arts performance show at Alverno College; and listen to the blues at Mr. J’s Lounge.
As COVID-19 cases continue to surge in Milwaukee, here’s where you can get tested near your home.
Since 2016, more than 7,000 students have participated in the driver education program through Milwaukee Recreation. Officials say the program is essential in training the next generation of drivers.
Tarsha Wiggins formed her wellness company in May to help people cope during the pandemic. Her latest innovation couples music with group therapy.
For the 39th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Writing Contest, local students responded to the theme, “We Must Speak.” We’ve collected essays from the six age category winners spanning elementary to high school.