1886 – 2011
Journey House and Longfellow, both in Clarke Square, use decades-old facilities and deal with similar problems, but that will soon change.
Community members, teachers and religious leaders are mobilizing to protest the possible closing of Hopkins Street School in Lindsay Heights at the Milwaukee Public School’s Accountability, Finance and Personnel Committee hearing Tuesday. MPS has proposed merging Hopkins and Lloyd Street School at the Lloyd Street site.
While the number of reported crimes increased in Lindsay Heights between 2009 and 2010, Milwaukee police say that the higher numbers may be a positive sign that residents are more willing to report crime when they see it.
Beginning in May, an empty store in Silver City will be converted into a three-month temporary public art space.
Beginning this spring, Fondy Food Center will have a new source of fresh fruits and vegetables — its own 80-acre farm. Fondy is negotiating a lease with Afterglow Farms for the property, located in Port Washington, Wis., as part of Fondy Food Center’s expansion plan.
Safe & Sound, Inc. has awarded $870,000 to 29 organizations that run crime-reduction programs for young people, including Journey House in Clarke Square.
Although they live just miles from Lake Michigan, some young people in the Walnut Way community had never seen the lake. Thanks to a collaboration between Walnut Way Conservation Corp. and artist Raoul Deal, they not only have been to the lake, but have learned about the practical, political and environmental aspects of water. From […]
Spanish-speaking homeowners learned the ins and outs of the foreclosure process during a free workshop in Clarke Square.
The fire station at 2903 N. Teutonia, built in 1911 to serve the burgeoning northwest side, is marking its first century of service this year.