A year ago, Dr. Robert Davis became the president and CEO of America’s Black Holocaust Museum. Under his leadership the museum is revamping its digital space and making plans to reopen.
Before indulging in shallow celebrations for Hispanic Heritage Month, perhaps we should instead consider how Milwaukeeans can deem a population vital while allowing them to suffer so greatly.
Groups across Milwaukee are fundraising and offering services to ensure school-age students have access to the internet and are able to succeed during remote learning.
An ambitious plan to expand the Historic King Drive Business Improvement District #8, which was opposed by members of the Five Points Neighborhood Association, was unanimously approved in a 14-0 vote Tuesday by the Common Council.
News414 reporters are working on a running list of food sites and are looking into how hard it is to get food when schools are closed.
A new site aimed at informing Milwaukeeans on coronavirus testing has launched, as the state breaks records for single-day cases.
Donate to the diaper and menstrual hygiene drive; register to vote; walk with Milwaukee Recreation; listen to the voices of Black women during the Minority Health Film Festival; and attend the virtual town hall on the “State of Black Milwaukee.”
Residents won’t have to worry about utility disconnections until April thanks to a decision Thursday by the Public Service Commission.
Register to vote; listen to a roundtable discussion on Alzheimer’s; clean up Washington Park; support local vendors at a makers market; and join a Milwaukee NAACP Youth Council rally.
A new emergency unit has opened at Ascension St. Joseph to help women experiencing difficulties with their pregnancy.