Workshops for children and parents highlighted the recent family literacy summit sponsored by COA Youth & Family Centers
More than 40 volunteers led by artist Reginald Baylor created a public art project at Fond du Lac and Locust that shines a light on the city’s past.
The Journey House Packers Field at Mitchell Park is now open. The “field of dreams” is the only NFL field in the country that is not located at an NFL facility.
The Latino Arts Auditorium & Gallery premiered Dulce Tentacion to raise awareness about diabetes.
More than 80 students from five area schools competed in a spelling bee and math competition at Gwen T. Jackson Elementary School, winning awards and trophies for their participation.
A Metcalfe Park neighborhood group took the next step in its year-old neighborhood revitalization campaign, starting a community garden on an empty lot.
Tikkun Ha-Ir collected and distributed clothes and household items for 15 non-profit organizations during its 9th annual Glean Machine summer donation drive.
Community Night at North Division High School revealed students’ perceptions of their neighborhood through spoken word poetry.
Kwabena Nixon, a local poet and motivational speaker, works with the “I Will Not Die Young” campaign to keep students in school and out of trouble.
During the next several months, the design of BadgerCare coverage for domestic violence screenings and counseling could change, increasing out-of-pocket costs for poor women and potentially denying them needed care.