In excavating forgotten boxes and old purchases during quarantine cleaning, you might have found more than a few things you don't want - so here are five open spots to consider dropping off your donations.
Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin, Inc., has reopened most of its resale stores and donation centers, the nonprofit announced Friday morning, with modified hours, social distancing and mask rules and plexiglass barriers installed at checkouts.
The season of giving doesn't have to end with the start of the new year. Learn how to give back to the community without straining your wallet, with the help of Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service.
West Milwaukee residents will have a new place to shop for their Thanksgiving dinners, as the much-anticipated Sendik's location on the east side of Miller Park Way - between Mitchell and Burnham - opens Tuesday, Nov. 15.
Beginning on Sunday, April 17, Goodwill and Steinhafels will team up for their second annual bedroom trade-in event.
A number of a cappella musicians from NBC's "The Sing-Off" will take the Riverside stage on Saturday, March 28 - including Wisconsin's own Cat's Pajamas as the 8 p.m. show's openers.
It's the season of giving, and one that means a great deal to Larry Sanders. The Milwaukee Bucks' center opens up about what the holiday means to him, from the lessons learned as a kid in Florida to what he is hoping to teach his own children - including how to best use his status to make the holiday brighter for others.
Dressing well doesn't mean having to break the bank. For those of you with a pint-sized clothing budget, thrift stores and consignment shops - full of secondhand gems for a fraction of their original price- are a great alternative to paying full retail value.
Donald Driver's championship tour continued Friday with a visit to Summit View Elementary School in Waukesha.
The Bon-Ton Stores' semi-annual Goodwill Sale will run Sept. 14-28.
Frequent thrift store shoppers show us some of their favorite finds, and tell us the story behind the unique items.
It might not always feel like it, but from now until the third week of June, it's springtime in Milwaukee. Sure, we might still get a few flakes or a big ol' blizzard before the Big Gig rolls around, but there are, undoubtedly, signs that spring is alive and well in Brew City.
You've finished shopping. You've wrapped the presents. Now, all that's left is to wait and see what you get for Christmas. If you gift-opening leaves you unfulfilled, perhaps you'll find something on our list that brings a smile to your face.
Goodwill is coming to Milwaukee's East Side, and to the runway on Monday with its annual "Retro Rendezvous."
Green Bay Packer Donald Driver is set to release his second children's book, "Quickie handles a loss," on Friday, Nov. 27, the day after his team plays the Lions.