Potential homebuyers took a bus tour of the Layton Boulevard West area recently, visiting eight move-in ready homes in Silver City, Burnham Park and Layton Park.
Admission Possible Milwaukee, which partners with area high schools, helps students get into college and succeed.
As part of the Alice’s Garden program, Fieldhands and Foodways, Brown Street Academy 4th & 5th grade students come to the garden each Thursday morning. This past Thursday, they visited the Kenosha Civil War Museum. Fieldhands and Foodways is an agricultural, historical and cultural-based learning opportunity for young people and community families to celebrate the farming, […]
When Charles Brown, director of youth programs for Journey House, started a youth football program six years ago, he envisioned an activity that would keep youth between the ages of 6 and 14 off the streets and teach them life and character development skills. A few weeks ago, the Journey House Packers took to the practice field as the reigning division champions.
Professional photographers from Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service will be taking free portraits of community members attending the Weed & Seed National Night Out on Thursday, July 28, at Clarke Square Park, 2330 W. Vieau Place, from 4 to 6 p.m.
Agape Community Center is working to provide healthier food for the families who participate in its community meal program.
Alliance School, an MPS charter school, is “a safe place for students regardless of sexuality, identity, appearance, ability or beliefs.” The school ended the academic year with a Peace Fair.
Volunteer program exposes women to the world of building construction, while adding needed housing in Lindsay Heights.
The Layton Boulevard West Neighbors 2011 Most Improved Porch Contest gives residents a chance to improve the look of their home and their neighborhood and win prizes in the process.
Clarke Street School, Grant Elementary School and the Manitoba School will get new principals this fall.