Northwest Side resident Ben Henderson is so concerned about the recent actions of the U.S. president that he marched in a political protest for the first time.
Fourteen teens ranging from 13- to 17-years old created their own mural based on the choices they want to make in their lives. The mural will be displayed at New Beginnings are Possible.
Seniors at the Hmong American Peace Academy who complete Chingcha Vang’s Hmong Experience Project are helping to bridge a generational divide.
Mayor visits program that brings residents together while building community strength.
Community members gathered recently at the corner of 35th Street and Capitol Drive to promote safer driving at the intersection, which the alderman says is the most dangerous in the state of Wisconsin.
New Reduced Emissions Program, RENEW, powered by GreenPrint, helps drivers stay green and help their community
The Granville Business Improvement District, with support from the City of Milwaukee, is in the midst of an effort to rejuvenate the once-bustling far Northwest Side.
Danicha Brown and Vishalla Davis opened Shake N’ Bake American Soul Kitchen inside Hibo Foods.
Community leaders were sorry to hear about Will Allen’s retirement and the uncertain future of his urban farming nonprofit Growing Power, but said they are optimistic about the future of urban farming and Dr. Martin Luther King Drive.
Under new leadership, the AACCW is focusing on helping entrepreneurs grow their businesses and expand their access to capital.