National and Local News

Milwaukee Brewers celebrate 71st anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking Major League Baseball’s color barrier

On Monday, April 15, 2019, The Milwaukee Brewers celebrated the 71st anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking Major League Baseball's color barrier during their game against the St. Louis Cardinals. As ... [Read More]

Salvation Army hosts “A Day Just for You” women’s free resource fair

On Saturday, April 13, 2019, The Salvation Army of Milwaukee County hosted a free resource fair for women entitled, "A Day Just for You!" at the Salvation Army branch, 5880 N. 60th Street. The ... [Read More]

Suspect arrested in Louisiana black church arson cases

The first fire engulfed St. Mary Baptist Church in late March, incinerating nearly everything that stood within the historically black church. Pews turned to ash, and the brick walls burned so hot ... [Read More]

Tiger Woods shook up golf at the Masters, it might be just the beginning

Jack Nicklaus was fishing in the Bahamas on Sunday, April 14, 2019, as Tiger Woods resumed circling him in the quest for Nicklaus’s record of 18 major golf championships. But in his news conference ... [Read More]

Russell Wilson becomes NFL’s highest paid player

Russell Wilson is sticking around with the Seattle Seahawks as the highest paid player in the National Football League (NFL). Wilson posted a video on social media early Tuesday, April 16, 2019, ... [Read More]

Milwaukee Business Journal presents Flash Forum for Democratic National Convention

On Friday, April 5, 2019, Milwaukee Business Journal hosted a flash forum on the forthcoming Democratic National Convention in 2020, at Good City Brewing & Taproom. The forum entitled ... [Read More]

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Editorials

What happened to the swag

Being Frank By: Frank James Special to the Milwaukee Times The sharpest ... [Read More]

Who is Judge Andrew Jones?

Judge Andrew Jones has served as the judge in Branch 40 of the Milwaukee County ... [Read More]

The beauty of it

Being Frank By: Frank James Special to the Milwaukee Times There are many ... [Read More]

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Christian Times

Mt. Olive MBC says farewell to Rev. and First Lady Patterson

On Sunday, April 14, 2019, the Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church family ... [Read More]

Meditations for the Easter Season (Week 3)

The Counseling Corner By Rev. Judith T. Lester, B.Min. M.Th “He is not here; ... [Read More]

Meditations for the Easter Season (Week 2)

The Counseling Corner By Rev. Judith T. Lester, B.Min. M.Th “Going a little ... [Read More]

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Personal Finance and Business

National Association of Black Accounts, Inc. presents Generational Wealth workshop

On Tuesday, March 5, 2019, The Milwaukee chapter of the National Association of Black Accountants, Inc., hosted a workshop on "Generational Wealth," at the WWBIC Center, 1533 N. River Center Dr. The ... [Read More]

Don’t underestimate the power of optimism

Optimistic people fare better in interviews all other things being equal. That is the simple truth. Most people like people who have optimism, so long as it isn’t exaggerated and overblown simply for ... [Read More]

Three major benefits of updated bookkeeping and accounting records

Last week in a discussion with a business coaching client, I asked if she had updated bookkeeping and accounting records that would help her make the best business decision for a big question about ... [Read More]

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Education

MPS students promote peace through United Nations world fair

Students from 13 MPS schools took charge of the UWM Panther Arena on April 11 to ... [Read More]

Student scientists exhibit at STEM Fair

This April, more than 400 MPS students from 42 schools hopped off yellow school ... [Read More]

MPS students attend Career Day at ManpowerGroup world headquarters

On Thursday, March 20. 2019, hundreds of MPS students from 16 schools stepped ... [Read More]

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Health and Fitness

Ascension St. Joseph continues work to improve health equity

New services and programs continue to be added at Ascension St. Joseph while ... [Read More]

City of Milwaukee Health Department partners with Ascension St. Joseph to open Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) office

On Monday, April 8, 2019, Ascension Health in partnership with the City of ... [Read More]

‘All of Us’ program looks to break through health disparities with ground breaking genetic research

Recognizing the historical racial and gender imbalance in many medical trials, ... [Read More]

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What’s Happening?

Happy Sweet 16th Birthday Princess Tranaysia Hopkins

On Saturday, March 9, 2019, Tranaysia Hopkins was princess for a day as she celebrated her sweet 16th birthday party at Court Lanes North, 4707 W. Mill Rd. Tranaysia was joined by family and ... [Read More]

A different kind of Easter egg hunt: Seven ways to seek and celebrate the bright spots in your community

Spring is here, and it's time to fall in love with our hometowns again. Everything is lush and green, Easter is days away, and those who've moved away are coming home to visit loved ones and celebrate ... [Read More]

New Evelyn Patricia Terry exhibition opens April 28 at Lynden Sculpture Garden

The new show entitled "America’s Favor/Guests Who Came To Dinner (And Stayed!)" will feature new and old pieces Evelyn Patricia Terry: America’s Favor/Guests Who Came to Dinner (and Stayed!) ... [Read More]

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Lifestyles

Book honoring great women of color: Condoleezza Rice

I have the honor to introduce to our readers a woman who have left an indelible mark on the world . She was bold, smart, posed and remarkable. Condoleezza Rice. She is the first African American ... [Read More]

Celebrating Black women writers: Toni Morrison

As we continue to feature African American female writers, this week we showcase Toni Morrison. Morrison is one of most beloved female writers in American history. She has exceptional creative energy ... [Read More]

Celebrating Black women writers: J. California Cooper

The first African American female writer featured this month is J. California Cooper. Ms. Cooper was honored as Black Playwright of the Year and has received the America Book Award, the James Baldwin ... [Read More]

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