Holly and Candy Long were born just about a year apart and looked alike in the way only sisters do.
After months of complaints from tenants, a landlord of Allied Drive has removed two problematic property managers.
“Food banks and food pantries have become very good at managing the problem instead of solving the problem. This proposes to actually solve the problem, not just manage the problem," said Charles McLimans, president and CEO of The River.
Comfort was hired this spring to help WHS develop relationships with Wisconsin’s tribal communities.
“We always hear the saying that it takes a village to raise a child, but in this case it’s going to take a village to save our elders,” said Peng Her, CEO of the Hmong Institute.
Starting next week, a food pantry at Glendale Elementary will be open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2 p.m. to 3:15 p.m.
Two weeks ago, Journey Mental Health Center announced it was closing the Kajsiab House, a unique therapy program for Madison’s Hmong community. Some are upset with how the situation was handled.
For some patients, walking into a doctor or therapist’s office is relatively simple: describe your problems and leave with your prescription. But for members of the LGBTQ community, therapist Chelsea O’Neil Karcher said, appointments are an exercise in “bracing yourself and preparing for the worst.”
Five projects are currently under consideration for AHF money. Read about them here.
Tree Lane Family Apartments, an affordable housing development on the west side for formerly homeless families, opened its doors just a few months ago.