About 20 bikers from the North and South sides participated in a recent Black & Brown Unity Ride, organized by Red Bike & Green, which promotes biking to improve health, environment and the local economy.
Heather Yang helps her future mother-in-law Ying Her Vang harvest and sell produce four days a week at two local farmers markets.
North Side community members gathered at Walnut Way’s Harvest Day to meet their neighbors, learn more about the organization’s mission and, for the first time, join in a mile-long bike ride.
A new city-funded initiative to intervene before violence happens is making inroads in Garden Homes but to maximize its impact a partnership with Milwaukee police is necessary, says Ald. Ashanti Hamilton.
Billie Goodwin sets up her yard sale each summer to offer bargains to people who walk by, but what she gives away for free is encouragement and conversation.
The Milwaukee Center for Independence has begun operating out of the Innovations and Wellness Commons, a $6 million catalytic neighborhood improvement project in Lindsay Heights.
Neighborhood ambassadors in Garden Homes have sparked hope, mediated violence and begun to build trust in the North Side community.
The North Avenue/Fond Du Lac Marketplace BID 32 announced first-, second- and third-place winners of its first business plan competition.
Larry Keys, born and raised in Lindsay Heights, wants to see the central city revitalized.
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.