Access to a high-quality grocery store and new recreational venues for youth were among the top priorities for residents who attended Walnut Way’s recent annual “report to community” meeting.
Local fashion designer and Milwaukee native Kelvin Haydon celebrated winning the first business plan competition sponsored by the North Avenue Fond Du Lac Marketplace BID 32 with neighborhood residents and supporters.
Local artists created murals depicting the struggle for fair housing for a new park in the Harambee neighborhood, created through a public-private partnership.
M.D. Dangerfield Jr., 47, talks about what he learned in school.
Former Milwaukee Public School teacher Ruth Williams, 66, is concerned about equity in education.
Local artist Jasmine West created the “Milwaukee Superheroes” mural by sketching portraits of Milwaukee cultural leaders with colored pencils.
City leaders addressed Sherman Park residents’ concerns about unkempt vacant homes and other issues at a recent town hall meeting hosted by Ald. Russell Stamper.
The long-awaited Innovations and Wellness Commons on the North Side houses four organizations focused on promoting healthy living and investing in Lindsay Heights.
Eric Jefferson, 48, talks about the responsibility we have to our community, our community has to us and we have to each other.
A local middle school student pursues rap music as a way to positively influence his peers and build community.