Clarke Square resident Ras Maurice McCutcheon, 17, is happy that Milwaukee values its park system. He says it offers everyone a chance to escape urban environments and smartphones and to take their minds off of what’s bothering them at home.
Thousands of people gathered Wednesday for a march and rally to support those who will be affected by the Trump administration’s decision to terminate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
It was a beautiful and busy summer in our city. This gallery collects photos from throughout Milwaukee neighborhoods during July and August 2017.
Erick Ledesma, the Cesar E. Chavez Business Improvement District’s first Artist in Residence, plans to use his residency to help unite the Clarke Square community through art.
The Journey House Felix Mantilla Little League team recently welcomed a youth baseball team from Isabela, Puerto Rico, the birthplace of the Milwaukee Braves star.
In the wake of local and national changes to immigration laws and policies, undocumented Milwaukeeans are taking tangible steps to prepare for possible deportation.
The Wisconsin Bike Fed’s free bike repair program sends mechanics and trained high school employees throughout the city.
Leticia Maldonado, 43, would like to see something done about the prostitution on West National Avenue.
On a recent Sunday when temperatures soared above 90 degrees, hundreds of people gathered in Clarke Square for the ‘open streets’ festivities.
Resident groups from Clarke Square, Walker’s Point and Walker Square gathered to socialize and share ideas in a new initiative to strengthen their neighborhoods.