Milwaukee’s Shelter Task Force is requesting more funding to help the homeless as it braces for cuts in federal aid.
Two men with disabilities who are living independently with the help of government assistance are worried that changes in these programs may force them into institutional care.
More than 130 participants have graduated from the nine-month Latino Nonprofit Leadership Program during its first eight years.
Twenty new neighborhood ambassadors are preparing for future jobs while leading community cleanup efforts in Clarke Square and Layton Boulevard West.
United Neighborhood Centers of Milwaukee’s sixth annual Walk for Wellness provided an opportunity for families to exercise together for fitness and fun.
The Neighborhood Leadership Institute at Cardinal Stritch University, nearing the end of its first year, was featured at a national grantmakers conference held in Milwaukee.
Despite a steady rain, thousands were on hand to celebrate during the 42nd annual UMOS Mexican Independence Day Parade and Festival.
Current state law forbids public schools from starting before Sept. 1. Local lawmakers and MPS officials hope that new legislation will change that.
Guided by two city development experts and Milele Coggs, 6th District alderwoman, a group of residents and others toured Bronzeville.
Undeterred by stormy weather, hundreds of people visited the Silver City neighborhood to partake in the area’s second annual International Food and Art Walk.