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.
The long-awaited Innovations and Wellness Commons on the North Side houses four organizations focused on promoting healthy living and investing in Lindsay Heights.
A local middle school student pursues rap music as a way to positively influence his peers and build community.
Art Brown, 55, talks about why he decided to change his life after being incarcerated.
Opening in the Innovation and Wellness Commons, The Juice Kitchen combines fruits and vegetables in drinks aimed at promoting healthy living.
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.