Health leaders ask parents to do their part in containing COVID-19 as schools begin to see cases.
Despite efforts by shelters, the city and the county, leaders are concerned that the worst is yet to come for Milwaukee’s homeless population.
Enjoy refreshments at the St. Ann Center; check out Walker’s Point Center for the Arts’ annual member show; get fresh produce at the Drive Thru at the Farm; attend a wellness day for protesters; and learn about Milwaukee’s history of housing and land in Milwaukee.
One has only to point to the Brewers Hill and Halyard Park neighborhoods to see clearly what lies ahead for our affordable 5 Points neighborhood as the MLK business improvement district expands.
The federal government is halting evictions through the end of the year for those who have lost work during the pandemic.
Wisconsin will send absentee applications to 2.6 million voters to help ensure their votes are counted in November
Forget Everything and Run, better known as F.E.A.R., works to bring diversity to the running community.
Organizations that serve youth had to get creative with programming once COVID-19 struck. Here’s what they learned—and what it may mean for the fall.
Attend the Health Department’s Back-to-School Fairs; register for Milwaukee Recreation classes; watch a webinar on reckless driving; learn about the roots of segregation in Milwaukee (and America); and participate in a solidarity march for Black and brown lives.
As students return to school, Milwaukee sees downward trend in positive COVID-19 cases. Here’s what you need to know this week.