NNS reporter Sam Woods goes on “Lake Effect” and gives you the scoop on events you don’t want to miss in August.
Housing advocates say they have seen some strides but more needs to be done two years after Milwaukee County supervisors declared a “right to shelter” for all residents.
The Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee helps people navigate the process of seeking a pardon from the governor.
Ascension Wisconsin’s Blanket of Love Dads program helps equip new fathers with the tools they need to be successful parents.
Register for a driver’s ed program for MPS students; learn how to provide public comment on the city budget; attend a health fair at Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center; watch “Malcolm X” at the Wisconsin Black Historical Society; and meet the application deadline for Rev-Up MKE.
Jaime Uzeta has resigned as CEO of Public Allies following backlash from the layoffs of 30 employees without notice three weeks ago. However, alumni who called for his resignation say more still needs to be done.
Check out Amani Youth Council’s Fun Fridays; learn about the environment’s effect on your health; meet your neighbors in Pulaski Park; attend New Hope Youth and Family Center’s open house and block party; and support Camp ‘Xhongo’ at Coffee Makes You Black.
A day-long summit for youths to learn about wellness, tech, entrepreneurship and leadership is coming to Milwaukee on Saturday at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Helene Zelazo Center for the Performing Arts.
FoodShare members can get a 50% discount on fresh fruits and vegetables at Outpost Natural Foods thanks to a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture secured by Outpost and the Hunger Task Force.
The two-part public awareness campaign seeks to increase vaccination rates among young children and adults 65 and older. It focuses on Milwaukee’s lowest-vaccinated areas, including ZIP codes 53206, 53216, 53218 and 53210, which are all on the North Side.