Two programs will deliver free food to qualified households with kids 18 and younger. Find out how to sign up and what to expect in the meal kits.
Apply for the Small Business Recovery grant; support the Niche Book Bar’s pop-up; check out the Capitol Stampings jobs fair; visit VivaMKE marketplace; and enjoy June in Bloom at the Native Wellness Garden.
NNS deputy editor Adam Carr joins Joy Powers of WUWM for our monthly spot with “Lake Effect,” where he discusses events in June connected to Milwaukee’s North and South Side neighborhoods.
If you’re looking to buy a home or struggling to stay in one, here are resources that can help you.
New routes will be added, existing ones will be altered, and some stops will be removed as the Milwaukee County Transit System moves forward with its plan to redesign the bus system.
People of color in Wisconsin have higher incarceration rates than whites, which means many jobs and opportunities remain out of reach for them.
Under Wisconsin law, it is illegal to possess, sell or manufacture marijuana. Some municipalities, including Milwaukee, have enacted local changes related to marijuana law enforcement.
Volunteer for Metcalfe Park Community Bridges; do yoga in Alice’s Garden; receive mental health resources at the Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center; join Dominican Center’s fundraising celebration; and sign up for a homebuying workshop.
After a year of tumult and protest following the death of George Floyd, community members reflect on what’s changed and what work remains.
Prayer fires. Talking circles. Bead-weaving. These are integral and celebrated parts of Native American culture. And staff at the Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center will use them as part of a new culture-based approach to mental health services for the community.