Solar energy is starting to shine a little more brightly in Lindsay Heights. Four organizations in the neighborhood have installed solar-energy systems in the last two years: LaVarnway Boys & Girls Club, Shalom High School, Cross Lutheran Church and Prince Hall apartments.
Sharon Adams, co-founder of Walnut Way Conservation Corp., discusses the “under-reported upside” of the city on Milwaukee Public Television’s 4th Street Forum.
An award-winning home on 16th Street in Lindsay Heights is on the market.
The Johnsons Park Neighborhood Association (JPNA) gave away assorted plants to area residents to kick off the gardening season.
More than 40 children, parents, teachers and community members filled the Hopkins Street School gymnasium for the first annual Academic Olympics in Lindsay Heights recently.
Walnut Way Conservation Corp.’s vision is to transform an underdeveloped stretch of six city blocks into a community wellness commons that would help create economic prosperity within Lindsay Heights.
Third-graders from five schools located in Lindsay Heights competed in the first-ever Academic Olympics at Hopkins Street School on Saturday, June 4.
More than 45 Lindsay Heights residents and community partners gathered recently at Milwaukee College Preparatory School, 1530 W. Center St., for an update on the Zilber Neighborhood Initiative Quality of Life plan.
The new Franklin Square Apartments in Lindsay Heights are the second phase of Melissa Goins’ multi-phase development plan for the Teutonia Avenue Togetherness project (TAT). TAT has committed more than $14 million to Lindsay Heights.
Two Lindsay Heights projects are among the 22 citywide winners of the 2011 Mayor’s Design Awards, presented by Mayor Tom Barrett.