At Lola’s New Beginnings, the goal is to help women achieve their goals.
The Milwaukee Health Department will hold vaccine clinics at Milwaukee Public Schools and Seton Catholic Schools until Dec. 14 as part of an effort to vaccinate kids aged five to 11.
The federal marketplace’s open enrollment period has started. Here’s what you need to know to sign up for health insurance plans provided by the Affordable Care Act.
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Hear from some of the people behind our recent “A New Way Forward” essays; find a new job this week; enter the Milwaukee Public Library’s teen art contest; and attend a concert at Arts @ Large.
After seven years as an IT worker, Jeremy Walton is doing what he loves again: Shaping young minds for the future
Attend a mental health and wellness powwow; check out ReVibe Vol. II, a curated dance, poetry and music experience; find your next good read at Hush Hush Reads book sale; support local artists; and find new flavors at the Sherman Phoenix
Project Return, located at 2821 Vel R. Phillips Ave., provides employment, housing, drug and alcohol counseling, life skills training and other support to those who have been incarcerated.
MCW’s Latino Medical Student Association has been working on Milwaukee’s South Side throughout the pandemic, but they see their role as more than just putting shots in arms.
On Nov. 1, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services switched to a new provider for its non-emergency medical transportation program. Here’s what you need to know.