If you or someone you know needs food, here is information on where to find food pantries, meal distribution sites, meals for children and more.
Visit the “See Me Because” exhibition; hike and sketch at the Urban Ecology Center; take the Milwaukee County American Rescue Plan Act funding survey; learn about the “Voices of Milwaukee Bronzeville”; and buy tickets for Dasha Kelly Hamilton’s “Makin’ Cake.”
Here’s a list of places around Milwaukee where people can find help with substance abuse issues.
Hispanic Heritage Month continues from now until Oct. 15. Here are some ways you can celebrate.
We collaborated with Historic Milwaukee for a second year of ‘Neighborhood Gems: Behind the Scenes,” an event showcasing seven community projects throughout our neighborhoods.
Tour a Habitat for Humanity home; attend the grand opening of a Taste of Lindsay Heights; celebrate 26 years of the Franciscan Peacemakers; check out DreamBikes’ basement sale; and attend a barbecue in Harambee.
Dr. Madelaine Tully works to bring health care to some of Milwaukee’s most vulnerable populations as a family practice physician at Progressive Community Health Centers.
Career development coaches at MATC offer useful advice to students and others about choosing a career.
Vaccination rates in Milwaukee’s North Side neighborhoods are significantly behind the rest of Milwaukee County for youths.
If you are worried about keeping a roof over your head, check out some of these resources.