The threat of rain didn’t dampen the spirits of hundreds of participants in UNCOM’s ninth annual Walk for Wellness, which promotes healthy eating and active living.
Near West Side Partners, Inc. held an open house bus tour to show homes for sale in Near West Side neighborhoods.
Alderman Cavalier Johnson’s Books in the Barbershop initiative was unveiled at Chicago Cutz barbershop today.
We Got This, a community improvement program created by activist Andre Lee Ellis, recently finished its third season at the garden located on N. 9th and W. Ring streets. After a day of working in the garden, the young men and their mentors participated in a closing ceremony to congratulate all involved in the program.
The Northside YMCA hosted an afternoon of healthy fun, free health screenings and a school supplies giveaway.
Music, dancing, food, shopping, games, art and culture drew the community out to North Avenue on the first day of Bronzeville Week.
The Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative and Milwaukee County Parks partnered to create Milwaukee’s newest concert series — Music in Mitchell Park.
At the 4th annual Jazz in the Hood, Milwaukee residents celebrated music and art, and raised awareness about bone marrow donations.
Renovation of Johnsons Park resulted from a private-public partnership that included Milwaukee County, Center for Resilient Cities, the Rotary Club of Milwaukee, LISC-Milwaukee, and Johnsons Park Neighborhood Association.
Milwaukee Public School students, families and community members rallied outside the Milwaukee County Courthouse to protest the Opportunity Schools and Partnership Program.