Mariah Scott set out to create change in her community and ended up with a successful one-woman show.
Celebrate spring at Butterfly Park; learn about resources in Lindsay Heights from Walnut Way; take a photo with the Easter Bunny; get a free professional head shot; and submit a poem to the Milwaukee Public Library’s Teen Poetry Contest.
Willie Hines Jr. once lived in public housing. Now he’s the first African American person to lead the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee.
U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore and members of the Select Committee on Economic Disparity and Fairness in Growth held a hearing at the Milwaukee Public Library to discuss inequities in housing.
If you are behind on your bills, experts recommend you make payment plans with your utility to avoid shutoffs.
Leaders hope an indoor garden in the basement of the Dominican Center can help the community by providing fresh produce and cultivating new entrepreneurs.
If you want your items to go toward a charitable cause, we’ve put together a list of places that are eager to get them.
Learn Latin dance with Panadanza Dance Company; find out about barriers to re-entry from the prison system; see the award-winning documentary “Latino Wisconsin” at UW-Milwaukee; get housing resources at a fair hosted by the Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative; and learn the basics of starting a business at Ambition Center MKE.
Milwaukee’s unofficial holiday, 414 Day, is on Thursday. Here are five ways you can celebrate.
Two prenatal care organizations in Milwaukee have joined forces to help bring more services to young fathers.