With their college choices made, four students joined fellow College Possible seniors at a year-end graduation celebration.
Five Native American professional women have formed an organization to mentor and support women and girls in their community.
Agape Community Center’s Al Luzi brings a personal touch and an appetite for service to Thurston Woods residents.
One part of a multifaceted long-range study examining Milwaukee after-school programs is complete. Findings suggest ties between these programs and improvement in student social behavior, confidence and academic progress.
Public Allies Milwaukee’s first Evolving Leaders Conference invited current Allies, alumni and other nonprofit professionals to invest in their own growth for a day.
Welford Sanders, executive director of the Martin Luther King Economic Development Corp., has earned praise for his work to restore the King Drive neighborhood.
Community members in Concordia celebrated Earth Day at Neighborhood House. Activities included mural painting, a neighborhood clean-up and environmental education.
Latino Arts Inc. presents Ni De Aqui Ni De Alla, a show of prints by Raoul Deal of images from stories of immigrants who settled in Milwaukee. The exhibit highlights the experience of families caught between the cultures of Mexico and the United States.
The new director of community safety, John Connelly, will focus on crime prevention, diversion tactics.
Donated children’s shoes hang in City Hall to represent the number of child abuse and neglect cases in Milwaukee County in 2011.