Disciplinary data for the month of October suggests disproportionate disciplining of Black students as the school district monitors progress as part of its 2018 settlement with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights.
Learn about the Big Brothers Big Sisters mentor program; support a community harvest feast; see Milwaukee’s holiday lights; check out The Domes; and donate blood.
With Thanksgiving around the corner, officials are urging people to reconsider plans for large gatherings. Here’s what you need to know this week.
Meet the people at the Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service who work to serve and inform our communities. Today we talk with Ron Smith, the editor and project director of NNS.
This Thanksgiving is set to be unlike any other, with large public gatherings canceled this year. But those in need still have options, and we’ve compiled a list to help.
Support new businesses opening at the Sherman Phoenix; check out Xeroine Illustration’s pop-up; learns the ins and outs of owning at a housing resource fair; make a gingerbread house; and remember to rake those leaves.
Milwaukee County is nearing a record number of drug overdose deaths in 2020. Here are some of the groups working to stop the troubling surge.
The coronavirus has created challenges for all of us. Three seniors at Marquette University share their experiences.
Milwaukee County’s eviction prevention program is facing a scarcity of funding, as money from the CARES Act dwindles when agencies need it the most.
The brother of Dontre Hamilton, who was killed by a Milwaukee officer, now leads the commission charged with improving relations between police and the community.