Attendees at “Scribe of a Social Conscience: Steinbeck plus 75,” a presentation by Paul McComas at the Marquette University Center for Peacemaking, reflected on the relevance of the author’s social message to present-day Milwaukee.
With a new $1.5 million federal grant, Marquette University and the United Community Center are improving their health and wellness programming at Bruce-Guadalupe Community School.
The need for health services and food is great in Clarke Square. Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative and Molina Health Care recently partnered to address both problems.
Tanyialisa McDowell is the first homeowner in Borchert Field to be granted a loan under the Targeted Investment Neighborhood (TIN) program. The city awarded TIN status to the neighborhood one year ago.
The Targeted Investment Neighborhood (TIN) initiative aims to enhance the quality of life for residents in central city Milwaukee by providing loans and technical assistance to improve and maintain owner-occupied and rental housing. The TIN program has existed in Milwaukee for more than 10 years, said Sam Leichtling, program director of the Neighborhood Improvement Development […]
District 2 Community Liaison Officer Jesus Gloria is responsible not only for handling crisis situations and preventing crime, but also for visiting students, removing graffiti and connecting residents with community resources. It’s not an easy job.
A suggestion by Mayor Barrett led to an agreement between Journey House and Marquette University High School to share a field donated to Journey House by the Green Bay Packers.
Black Marriage Day, a decade-old national effort, celebrates the role of marriage in African American communities.
Mayor Barrett spoke out against a proposal to end the residency requirement for public employees in Milwaukee at an awards luncheon sponsored by The Business Journal.
One year after the Ripple Effect program was announced, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee and its partners are bringing lessons about leadership and conflict resolution to students at five local clubs.