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C-Mill$ Keeps it Real with How I’m Feeling Mixtape

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Dylan Deprey -  C-Mill$ wants you to know how he’s feeling. From the evictionnotices that hung from his door, to the stress of working all day and coming home to no lights and no food in the fridge, he has released his pain on wax. Before becoming a five-year veteran on the Milwaukee underground rap
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Common Council Presidents Come Together

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La Toya Sykes - Former common council presidents Avenues West Association in partnership with Near West Side Partners recently turned a vision into reality for Executive Director, Keith Stanley by hosting A View from the Top: Five Decades of Common Council Leadership. It was a pleasure to witness Common
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Human Sex Trafficking Phone Donation

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Dylan Deprey -  A Cry for Help founder, Bianca Williams, said not much has changed in one of the United States biggest human sex trafficking hubs. Williams’ ears are to the streets, and even when A Cry for Help’s weekly Street Ministry take a winter hiatus, she listens. She
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Public Lead Safety Initiative Moves Forward

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A resolution increasing education about lead-in-water has been recommended for approval by the Milwaukee Public Works Committee. Alderman Tony Zielinski, who sponsored the legislation, says the Milwaukee Water Works will be required to provide lead safety public education materials to occupants of the properties serviced by lead
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Former Employee Faced With Racism

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Ana Martinez-Ortiz - In 2016, near the tail end of October, Adam Latiker began his employment at Blain’s Farm and Fleet in Oak Creek Wisconsin. Initially, he worked only part time as a warehouse associate before inquiring if the store could hire him full time. “Management gave me the
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