Esperanza Camarillo purchased a tax-foreclosed house on the South Side of Milwaukee and rehabilitated it using her contracting skills.
Margaret Rozga, poet, civil rights activist and professor emerita of English at UW-Waukesha, recommends two art exhibits now on display to bring light to the dark days of December.
LBWN seeks a highly-motivated Executive Director to lead all aspects of our comprehensive community development efforts.
A daylong party marked the re-opening of the Mitchell Park Domes, which were closed in February for repairs. The future of the Domes is uncertain.
About 150 Milwaukee Public Schools students performed their poetry in front of celebrity judges at a recent poetry slam.
Bradley Tech High School’s second annual career day allowed students to explore the skilled trades hands on, with the hope of helping them find their passion and connect with industry professionals.
Tyna Rule, board president of the Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative, has a vision for improving the quality of life for area residents.
Located on the city’s South Side, West Greenfield Avenue has become the city’s main prostitution hub, and a place where prostitutes and residents alike are victimized.
Greetings to my LBWN friends and partners, Today, I am writing to report to you about the impact LBWN has achieved during the last two years and to let you know about some exciting personal news. Since 2015, LBWN has leveraged over $5.4 million in neighborhood investments – a 29% increase over the prior two-year […]
UMOS Latina Resource Center hosted a candlelight vigil where staff and supporters gathered to name the 53 women killed by domestic violence this year.