As one of the neighborhoods hardest hit by foreclosures, Harambee has an chance to benefit from the mayor’s plan to revitalize housing stock.
Health care application counselors are busy dispensing information about the Affordable Health Care Act while waiting for demand to ease up so they can help people enroll.
Walnut Way Conservation Corp. is recovering after suffering a major fire at its headquarters on the eve of its 2013 Harvest Day event.
Hundreds of volunteers from both within and outside Clarke Square helped beautify the neighborhood during a day of service.
The goal of the recently opened Abundant Blessings Community Outreach Services is to reduce Milwaukee’s high infant mortality rate.
Beginning today, Milwaukeeans can enroll in the online marketplace created by the Affordable Care Act. And help is at hand.
As the Layton Boulevard West mobile bike hub wraps up its first season, organizers are pleased with the positive reception it has received.
Beginning Oct. 1, Milwaukeeans will be able to shop for insurance online at the health care marketplace set up by the federal government.
Community members of all ages enjoyed a celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month at Forest Home Library on the South Side.
Twelve Milwaukee programs are slowly moving forward after receiving $2.25 million in grant funding from the Lifecourse Initiative for Healthy Families to help combat the city’s high black infant mortality rate.