County Supervisor Willie Johnson, Jr. recently received the Marquis Who’s Who Distinguished Worldwide Humanitarian Award.
Individuals and organizations are invited to submit news releases, short articles and photos about their issues and events.
Milwaukee Area Technical College will host a free, public COVID-19 vaccine clinic from 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday, Oct. 18, at the Downtown Milwaukee Campus.
The Milwaukee Jewish Federation is dismayed by the increasingly frequent Holocaust comparisons being made in local public discourse, as well as on social and news media.
Neu-Life Community Development will host a new installation exhibit “Metamorphosis: An Immersive Art Experience” on Friday, October 15 at The Shoppe (155 N. Milwaukee St.) from 5:00 – 8:00 pm.
“Brave Brothers” installation blends sports history with racial justice.
Join us for a spooktacular day at the Vliet Street Pumpkin Patch!
This year, the Women’s Fund of Greater Milwaukee Presents…Disruptors, Changing the Power Dynamics. During this dynamic luncheon, the Women’s Fund deepens the community conversation about gender and race and the impact of intersectionality for women in Milwaukee.
Pumpkin giveaway and creative fall activities slated for Saturday, Oct. 16.
During the inauguration of Dr. Dan Scholz as the 10th president of Cardinal Stritch University on Oct. 5, 2021, the University announced that Dr. Mary and Ted Kellner, respected leaders in the Milwaukee business and philanthropic communities, have made a $3 million gift to support students and the University’s literacy efforts. The gift is the largest in Stritch’s 84-year history.
The $32.5k grant will allow Dominican Center to work with Legal Aid Society to offer housing assistance to Amani Residents