On Sunday, May 19, city and faith leaders, health advocates and others will celebrate “No Menthol Sunday,” a national day of observance led by the National African American Tobacco Prevention Network and supported locally by the Wisconsin African-American Tobacco Prevention Network (WAATPN), by sharing information about the impact of menthol tobacco use on communities of color.
Individuals and organizations are invited to submit news releases, short articles and photos about their issues and events.
Corey Fells and the Locals Gallery are pleased to announce a weekend event in which we are happy to house as many graduates from the 8th graders, to high schoolers, and college grads to get their photos taken at the Locals Gallery location at 2018 South 1st Street suite 410 Saturday and Sunday May 11-12 from 8am until 5pm.
Online scheduling makes it easy for families to get an appointment.
Imagine the surprise at Neighborhood House of Milwaukee when dozens and dozens of gifts came pouring in from complete strangers!
Milwaukee Area Technical College will hold its annual “Portfolio Night,” which showcases career-centered portfolios of MATC students’ creative work, Thursday, May 9, at the Downtown Milwaukee Campus in the Main Building, 1015 N. 6th St.
Scams are a significant and growing problem for small businesses. One of the best ways that small businesses can protect themselves from scams is to stay informed about the common scams circulating and the different techniques used by scammers, and to report them.
Aldermen urge citizens to voice their opposition to the streetcar by saying “Enough is Enough!’
The Kellogg PEAK Initiative (PEAK) strives to provide extraordinary life-enhancing experiences and a network of supportive peers and adults to young people from the city of Milwaukee.
In state prisons across the United States, a large majority of the inmates have been convicted of violent crimes.