Volunteering is one rewarding way to meet new people and help the local community. The Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee lists opportunities for people with many different interests.
Fall leaf collection begins Oct. 1 for city residents. Here’s what you need to know.
Flu season is approaching and it’s time to get vaccinated. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends vaccinations for everyone older than six months.
Fourth graders in the United States and their families can now visit federal lands and waters nationwide for free.
The City of Milwaukee Health Department recently confirmed a positive test of rabies in a bat found in the city. Here’s how to stay safe.
A great education leads to a great future. Parents can ensure their child’s success by taking an active role in their education at every age. Here are some tips to help do just that.
As temperatures continue to rise you may be heading to the beach to cool down. Regardless of how often you get to sink your toes into the sand, the American Red Cross has some tips and steps to make sure you and your family remain safe.
Discovery World’s 120,000 square-foot facility is jam-packed with interactive exhibits, thought-provoking labs and studios, freshwater and saltwater aquariums, and plenty of hands-on experiences you won’t find anywhere else in Wisconsin.
Opening windows on hot summer days can increase lead dust in the home, which poses the risk of lead poisoning, especially for young children.
Now that the weather is finally warming up, it might be time to check out Milwaukee’s bike-share program.