The Wisconsin Humane Society’s Pets for Life program exists to spread support and kindness among families with pets on the North Side.
VIA Community Development Corporation and the Milwaukee Community Land Trust have announced the completion of Milwaukee’s first North Side community land trust homes that will be sold to lower-income buyers.
The Amani Youth Council will host the fourth annual Youth March Against Gun Violence from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday.
Community groups urge We Energies not to shut off utilities for nonpayment because of rising prices on other necessities such as food and rent.
For 25 years, the nonprofit Ezekiel Community Development Corporation has helped address the need for skilled labor while reducing neighborhood blight.
Elizabeth Brown, Amani United’s new president, plans to spend her term building relationships and using them to bring new development into the Amani neighborhood.
The Opportunity Center, which will be built on a 22-acre site at 4206 N. Green Bay Ave., is one of few sports complexes in the nation to provide universal access.
The Milwaukee Police Department seized 8,076 firearms from Jan. 1, 2020, to July 2022, nearly half of which came from five North and Northwest side ZIP code areas.
Here’s the schedule for the 11th annual Bronzeville Week.
Leaders hope an indoor garden in the basement of the Dominican Center can help the community by providing fresh produce and cultivating new entrepreneurs.