Going back to school adds up. Organizations throughout Milwaukee have affordable options for families in need of school supplies and clothes.
The closing of Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake youth prisons will affect the future of our state’s most vulnerable youths. Many leaders say New York is a model for how young people should be treated. We travel to the Big Apple to see if there are lessons we can learn for Milwaukee.
From exploring hip-hip and Puerto Rican identity to the Minority Health Film Festival, there’s much to do (and learn about) in Milwaukee this week.
From walking with the mayor to learning how to be a better mentor, there’s much to do in Milwaukee this weekend.
NNS will be hosting a community photo shoot from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 7 as part of Silver City InterNational Festival. Come meet the staff and get a professional photo taken as your reward.
Bob and Pat Olin fulfilled their dream of making a difference in Sherman Park when they bought a vintage gas station and redeveloped it into a coffee shop where neighbors congregate.
St. Joseph hospital will focus on access to care, chronic disease prevention, infant mortality and mental health, according to a detailed three-year plan being released Wednesday by Ascension Wisconsin.
Here are some noteworthy events that will enrich your week.
If current trends continue, Milwaukee County could record 423 overdose deaths in 2019, its highest total in a decade.
Check out what’s happening in our neighborhoods this weekend.