Public safety was a hot topic as community members met recently to hear updates on the Quality of Life plan goals in Lindsay Heights, including the announcement of a $5,000 grant to improve safety.
Potential buyers and rehabbers got a tour of foreclosed properties available in Layton Boulevard West.
Aldermen from the 12th and 14th districts have agreed to change parking restrictions that prevent residents on South 6th, 11th and 16th streets from parking near their homes in the winter.
Milwaukee community development professionals who attended a recent conference in Detroit courtesy of local foundations returned with new enthusiasm and resolve.
Admission Possible, an organization that helps low-income students gain admission and succeed in their college careers, recently welcomed a new executive director and soon will have a new name.
Kimberly Simmons, descendant of a runaway slave who traveled the Underground Railroad, told her family’s story at Milwaukee schools and museums recently to remind others of this important time in history.
Nearly 75 percent of Milwaukee central city residents interviewed by Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service said they will feel less safe after a new law takes effect that allows those with a permit to carry concealed weapons.
November 21, 2011 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm North Division High School Walnut Way Conservation Corp. is applying for U.S. EPA Brownfield’s cleanup grant to assist in the remediation of 1609 N. 16th St. This is the site for the Innovations & Wellness Commons. A copy of this grant proposal is available for public review […]
The five new Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity homes dedicated in the Harambee neighborhood on Nov. 12 were built with proceeds from the Milwaukee Habitat ReStore.
A benefit for ArtWorks for Milwaukee drew hundreds of people to support the organization’s art internships for at-risk teenagers.