Juggling, plate-spinning, martial arts stick-fighting. These were among the circus acts performed by Highland Community School students at the fourth annual circus on Friday, Oct. 16.
About 50 potential homebuyers participated in a weekend bus tour of six homes in the Burnham Park, Silver City and Layton Park neighborhoods.
After Washington Park Partners was forced to cancel the Lisbon Avenue Arts Festival twice because of bad weather, the event went ahead on Friday.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony for the newly renovated Arlington Heights Park drew neighbors, funders and public officials.
Recently, the United Neighborhood Centers of Milwaukee held its 8th annual Walk for Wellness at the Journey House Green Bay Packers Football Stadium in Mitchell Park.
Tuesday, Sept. 1, marked the first day of class for most Milwaukee Public Schools. Superintendent Darienne Driver, Mayor Tom Barrett and members of the Milwaukee Board of School Directors attended a ceremony at Dr. George Washington Carver Academy.
The Silver Spring Neighborhood Center distributed backpacks filled with school supplies to children who live in the Westlawn housing development and the surrounding community to help get their school year off to a good start.
City officials and community leaders officially opened the extension of the Beerline Trail, part of a former railroad line that historically served the brewing industry.
Milwaukee Police Department ambassadors joined Mayor Tom Barrett and Washington Park residents Tuesday for a one-mile walk through Washington Park, Metcalfe Park and Martin Drive, culminating in an ice cream social. Barrett is challenging Milwaukeeans to walk 100 miles in 100 days.
The City of Milwaukee Health Department hosted the annual Back-to-School Health Fair at North Division High School, which provided children with required immunizations, blood lead testing, vision and dental screenings.