Ellis McCoy, 64, said these days people are “rushing” too much and not carefully considering or planning their lives.
Project Homeless Connect, staffed by agency and student volunteer, brings multiple support services and resources together under one roof.
Residents of the near South and West Sides are concerned that the closing of fire stations 28 and 31 will negatively impact quality of life in the areas and result in delayed response times.
Lisa Kaye Catering, a small catering business, took home $11,000 and other prizes from the second annual Rev-Up MKE event last week, helping a growing business grow even faster.
The fight over preserving the Gettelman Brewery site moved forward in the Zoning, Neighborhoods and Development Committee.
Under new leadership, the AACCW is focusing on helping entrepreneurs grow their businesses and expand their access to capital.
It was a beautiful and busy summer in our city. This gallery collects photos from throughout Milwaukee neighborhoods during July and August 2017.
Zeynab Ali, an 18-year-old author and youth activist, and her family will move into the first rehabilitated home completed by the RICH program, formerly an illegal drug lab.
Nearly 300 neighbors visited Progressive Community Health Center’s Lisbon Avenue location Aug. 15 for a day of fun, food and better health.
City on a Hill connects students to summer work opportunities and provides lifelong skills.