South Side residents had their final opportunity at a recent community meeting to voice concerns and vote on which of the proposed changes to Mitchell Park are most important to them. The proposal released at the March 29 meeting outlined a strategic vision for the future of the park that could include…
Silver City Townhomes, 20 rent-to-own homes developed by Layton Boulevard West Neighbors (LBWN) and Wisconsin Redevelopment, has won the State Farm Building Blocks Award for a real estate project that enhances the community.
Alice’s Garden won the first-ever Brewers Community Foundation Public Space Award at the MANDI awards dinner on March 30 sponsored by LISC.
About 70 community members, parents and staff from Hopkins Street School succeeded in swaying an MPS board committee to locate a proposed community school at Hopkins rather than nearby Lloyd Street School. The final decision is in the hands of the full school board, which is expected to vote on the matter on March 31.
Walker’s Point Center for the Arts provides free after school drop-in art classes for children age 6 to 12.
Candidates running in the April 5 spring election addressed more than 50 people gathered at the Northside YMCA, 1350 W. North Ave., on March 19.
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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.