Roxie H., now an advocate for domestic abuse victims learned firsthand that emotional and spiritual counseling “reconditions” the abused to move on with their lives.
College Possible received $300,000 from the Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation to support an ACT preparation program for juniors in 10 Milwaukee high schools.
Milwaukee Police Department representatives told an audience of District 2 residents that more officers are patrolling the area during the summer months to try to avoid a seasonal increase in crime.
The former Jackie Robinson Middle School, purchased by a developer in 2010, is now a 68-unit apartment building for Sherman Park seniors.
Residents of the area near 9th Street and Ring enjoyed fellowship and fun at Heal the Hood event.
The largest publicly funded emergency shelter in Milwaukee, the Guest House is the only one with a counseling clinic within the shelter to treat mental illness and substance abuse.
The sixth annual neighborhood cleanup event drew hundreds of volunteers to clean up Walker Square Park and the surrounding area — and send a message.
People from diverse organizations came together to plant a garden that will be used by Camp PACA’s African and Southeast Asian refugee and immigrant youth.
A visit to City Hall prompted a great idea by a Milwaukee police officer.
North Division students learned to create stories and poetry from their own lives in a Milwaukee Repertory program this spring.