Although Milwaukee does not experience much severe flooding, used-car buyers still need to be aware of water damage. Consumers can take precautions to ensure the car has not been affected by water damage.
Be aware of these warning signs to ensure seniors in your family are able to drive safely.
Here are some helpful tips on how to get affordable care when you’re sick.
Follow these family-friendly tips to grow more than flowers and vegetables while working in your garden. Improve your attitude towards health and nutrition too.
Have you been thinking about volunteering, but are not sure what’s available? Volunteer Milwaukee, a service of the Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee, features a calendar full of events for volunteers, both one-time and ongoing. Here are a few of the opportunities in June.
Follow these tips to talk to your children about Internet safety and ensure that your children are not at risk.
If you’re not a person who rides bicycles throughout the winter, it’s time to get out your bike. Here’s information about how to have a fun and safe experience while riding around Milwaukee.
Area seniors who can no longer drive need help running errands, going to appointments or visiting family. Here is a way you can help.
From removing invasive weeds to distributing food, you can help out your community this month.
The City of Milwaukee offers a variety of free collection services and a program running now to remove larger, unwanted items. Learn how to use the program to clean up your home and neighborhood.