The Milwaukee Chinese Community Center hosted a colorful celebration of the Chinese New Year at the Mitchell Park Conservatory Domes.
Tatiana Joseph, born in Costa Rica and raised on the south side, struggled with her identity as a youth whenever she ventured outside her south side neighborhood. Now she helps others take pride in who they are.
Volunteers counted homeless people at shelters and under viaducts as part of Milwaukee’s “You Count” effort.
Sharon and Larry Adams of Walnut Way Conservation Corp. are featured in the national Penzeys Spices magazine, along with two of their favorite recipes.
Sherman Park homeowner Alex Runner loves his family, his neighborhood, his city — and his chickens.
More than 400 volunteers, including 70 City Year corps members, celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King Day by painting artwork and logos to decorate the walls of North Division High School.
The Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic is providing free legal advice to Milwaukee’s Hmong community at the House of Peace.
Two residents from the Metcalfe Park and Amani neighborhoods have been hired as site coordinators for the Building Neighborhood Capacity Program, a new federally funded project.
Vanessa L. Llanas is applying years of nonprofit experience to her new role at the city’s Neighborhood Improvement Development Corp.
The new director of the Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative plans to focus on redeveloping abandoned and foreclosed properties and creating a new public safety initiative, among other projects designed to improve the quality of life in the neighborhood.