The DRIVE program, created by the Medical College of Wisconsin, gives teens from diverse communities the opportunity to conduct research that targets public health problems.
A weeklong celebration of black-owned restaurants is taking place across the city through April 23. Milwaukee Black Restaurant Week features special deals at the various eateries.
The Near West Side Partners “Challenge Fund,” a $5 million initiative, is expected to create new opportunities for investment in economic development efforts on the city’s Near West Side.
Representatives from six local architecture firms came together at UWM to generate ideas to revitalize commercial corridors on the Near West Side.
Attendees at a recent summit on gun violence said a community response is the prescription for ending Milwaukee’s violence.
The long-term homeless shelter for women and children is changing its program and planning an outreach center to serve young women pregnant with their first babies.
Just over a year since the Near West Side Partners’ inception, neighborhood stakeholders look forward to continued community revitalization.
Refugees from Burma, Somalia and other countries celebrated the holiday season at the International Learning Center, a program of Neighborhood House.
Leon Douglas, 36, talks about why he doesn’t want a job.
Kids of all ages and costumes made their way to Neighborhood House’s annual Haunted Halls event held at 2819 W. Richardson Place. Teens at Neighborhood House, a community center with a 70-year legacy, designed and created the two-day event of spooky activities to benefit their teen program. For only $3, attendees were able to participate […]