Reuben Harpole and his late wife, Mildred, had founding roles or involvement in many of the organizations that serve Milwaukee neighborhoods today.
Organizers hope to invigorate the business corridor along South 13th Street, increase safety and better connect residents and amenities in the surrounding neighborhoods.
Join the African American Roundtable community meetings; tune into a virtual panel discussion with AAPI artists; see what LIT has to say on the MPS budget; join the conversation on gentrification; and view a discussion on truancy in MPS.
Ascension St. Joseph hospital is hosting a mobile market for the next two weeks as leaders weigh opening a permanent grocery store on the campus.
Take a walk at the St. Ann Center; check out Fondy Farmers Market early season; visit the Nō Studios hybrid makers market; support the diaper and period supplies drive; and paint and sip this Mother’s Day.
A federal judge on Wednesday tossed out the federal eviction moratorium, making it easier for landlords to kick out tenants behind in rent. Here are some things you should know.
A new program will pair 68 youths who have been involved in the juvenile justice system with 23 mentors in an effort to curb violence.
Groups plan to use billboards, bus ads, performance art, educational booths, poster contests and other strategies to help stop reckless driving. The campaigns are being funded by grants from the Milwaukee Department of Public Works.
Aisha Carr, who lived outside Milwaukee Public Schools’ District 4 while running for the school board, has moved into the district and begun her term on time.
Stream First Stage’s new plays by artists of color; tune into Frank Talks session on “The Two Americas”; check out UWM’s roundtable on anti-Asian bias; volunteer at DreamBikes; and take a walk around Mitchell Park.