The last batch of windows for the new Northwestern Mutual skyscraper are prepared at the old A.O. Smith site.
Lead artist George Gist created a new mural named "The Gift" on the Wisconsin Black Historical Society and Museum.
Looking over the Garden Homes and Rufus King neighborhoods from the roof of the Century City Tower on North 27th Street.
Dancers perform in Walker Square Park after the annual Día De Los Muertos Parade.
George Webb reopened a restaurant in the Sherman Park neighborhood near the intersection that saw unrest this summer.
A fall scene in the Clarke Square neighborhood.
A new mural by artist Ramiro Sandoval Argueta in the Silver City neighborhood.
Three Bridges Park at twilight.
Deconstruction begins in the older portion of Westlawn, with new housing units being constructed in the coming years.
The Tandem, a new restaurant in the Walnut Way neighborhood, opened recently.
North Avenue during one of the first heavy snowfalls of the season.
A snowy near South Side street in the Burnham Park neighborhood.
Musicians perform at STITCH Milwaukee's 3rd annual Tianguis Anti-Mall at RadioMilwaukee in Walker's Point.
The Washington Park Bandshell, properly accessorized with white.
(From left) Steve Andres, Sedan Smith, Vaun Mayes, Thaddeus Ashford and Michael Kemet speak at Inspired Word Ministries (3410 W. Burleigh St.) for a press conference on the evening after learning the police officer who fatally shot Sylville Smith was charged with first-degree reckless homicide.
A young man had the "We Got This" logo cut into his hair for the 500 Black Tuxedo's event, led by Andre Lee Ellis.
The Burnham Canal from the bridge at 11th Street.
With the Winter Solstice behind us, we’re reaching the end of year. In this photo gallery, take a look back at scenes in our Milwaukee neighborhoods during the last quarter of 2016.