Neu-Life Community Development recently launched its Youth Workforce Innovation Center, a place where students can find employment – and their voice.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee recently opened its doors to a Teen Tech Center at the Mary Ryan Club, 3000 N. Sherman Blvd.
Many Bronzeville business owners believe The Hop will spur economic development, allow better access to downtown and create pedestrian-friendly streets.
There’s been lots of community angst over cuts at Ascension St. Joseph Hospital. Here’s an explainer to catch you up on the issues.
Today, Walnut Way Conservation Corp., a neighborhood-based nonprofit known for its innovative work in economic and environmental health and wellness, and the City of Milwaukee’s Environmental Collaboration Office, hosted a ribbon cutting at Fondy Market to celebrate the completion of green infrastructure and clean energy projects in the Lindsay Heights Neighborhood, as well as the city’s first Eco Tour designation.
Milwaukee has one of the highest rates for STDs. Sexually active individuals are encouraged to get tested and to know their status, and here are some resources to help.
City leaders hope a new program that enlists hospitals and neighborhood “interrupters” can help disrupt the cycle of retaliatory violence in Milwaukee.
Walnut Way Conservation Corp. established Blue Skies Landscaping to help the community. Now the business provides a third of the organization’s operating budget.
A shoe factory turned apartment and office building is the latest development of the Martin Luther King Economic Development Corporation, which seeks to reinvigorate a thriving community in the blocks surrounding King Drive.
During the Black History Month Read-in, Leonard Glover, his two children and a modest group of community members enjoyed poems and stories about African-Americans, by African-Americans.