Learn about how ARPA dollars are being spent; party while showing support for Washington Park Wednesdays; attend a Teen StorySlam on the theme “Middle School”; grab coffee with elected officials; and learn how students can get a free summer membership to Planet Fitness.
Born on the city’s South Side, José Pérez has made history as the first Latino to hold the title of Common Council president. “I hope that I can be inspirational for people,” he says.
Meet Magic Mike from the movie “Blood In, Blood Out”; do some spring cleaning at Cherry Street Community Garden; learn about summer internships; buy plants in support of VIA; and support Black women-owned businesses.
Despite efforts from more than 70 organizations, Milwaukee is still struggling with affordable housing. Here’s why.
Nearby Nature Milwaukee’s mission is to reconnect Black people to nature by offering nature education classes in schools, churches and community centers.
A new partnership between AmeriCorps and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will allow Sixteenth Street to expand its staff.
The district’s academic record does not warrant MPS Board’s decision to give its members a 4.7% pay raise.
The need for more mental health services and access to care in Milwaukee County were among the top concerns of those surveyed in the 2021 Community Health Needs Assessment.
Volunteer at Alice’s Garden; learn about what MPS offers in the 53206 ZIP code; enroll in a citizenship test preparation class with Voces de la Frontera; find out about ongoing efforts to draft a community policing policy; and get a free smoke alarm installed now through the end of May.
Wisconsin is in a labor crunch. Evacuees and other immigrants can help — if they can navigate transportation and other obstacles.