Interested in adopting? Stop by any of Wisconsin Humane Society's three locations, or view adoptable dogs at http://www.wihumane.org. Potential adopters can fill out an adopter profile online, too, to help expedite the adoption process.
Relief for victims of the March 1st apartment fire
Meeting March 6 at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall, room 706-A, to hear public comments as the Fire and Police Commission considers the reappointment of Chief Mark Rohlfing. E-mail email@example.com
Miller Lite Free Rides® will be available on all Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) routes from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. on St Patrick’s Day. Read More »
Check here for updates on City Hall's asbestos closure
Grandmothers Beyond Borders founded in Milwaukee Wisconsin USA, is an all volunteer organization that raises funds to support community based initiatives at the grass roots level in Uganda which work to improve the lives of grandmothers and their grandchildren who are struggling to survive because of the devastating impact of AIDS.
Registration for Sat., February 15th plunge at McKinley Marina
World Cancer Day is a chance to raise our collective voices in the name of improving general knowledge around cancer and dismissing misconceptions about the disease.
Wisconsin Consumer Protection: No Call
Organization involved with Ezekiel in repairing and renovating foreclosed homes in Milwaukee
Navigating through the parking issues created by I-794 construction
Racine Ice and Snow Festival this Weekend
September 20th start time 7 a.m.
MILWAUKEE -- The Harlem Globetrotters are in town today to talk to kids about "The ABSs of Bullying Prevention", a program deisgned by the Globetrotters in coordination with a national... Read More »
Wisconsin had one $20,000 winner and seven $5,000 winners in the Tuesday, December 17 Mega Millions jackpot drawing, while tickets in California... Read More »
The City of Milwaukee released a list of several US Bank locations where you can pay your property tax payments. Read More »
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The Peace For Change Alliance, Voices Against Violence Coalition and The Office of Alderwoman Milele... Read More »
The 4-Inch Rule is in Effect in the City of Milwaukee City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works has declared that the 4-inch rule is in effect beginning at 8:00 P.M. on Sunday, December 8 to facilitate effective curb-to-curb plowing on City streets. Citizens are urged to follow these restrictions to allow for the most effective and complete plowing of City streets. For more information on winter parking regulations, and all parking regulations, go to the DPW website at www.milwaukee.gov/mpw or call the City Call Center at 286-CITY (2489).
PREVIEW OF MCTS BUS ADVANCEMENTS INCLUDING SMART CARDS AND Read More »