Andy Barillas, whose family emigrated from El Salvador when he was a child, talks about living on the South Side.
Milwaukee County has adopted the SEED initiative, which employs mobile markets, community gardens and food preservation to address the issues of hunger and urban food deserts.
Residents of Bronzeville and Walker Square are pleased to see the bike-sharing service in their neighborhoods, but some parents are asking for child-friendly options.
Soon after Milwaukee Public Schools announced that it would not partner with the Opportunity Schools Partnership Program to restructure a failing school, the district made known that it would add to its roster of community schools, a reform model that has seen success nationwide.
Auilda Torres, 46, says the biggest challenge that she faces this summer is balancing the safety of her daughter and grandson with their need to play outside.
Residents are invited to a community meeting Saturday to discuss ideas for a large mural and green space project, which will occupy an unused parcel of land on the corner of West Forest Home Avenue and South 13th Street.
The Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative (CSNI), on behalf of all 8,000 neighbors, congratulates fellow neighbors and 2016 Women of Influence Ms. Tyna Rule and Ms. Chris Her-Xiong as announced by the Milwaukee Business Journal. Both women, along with the other honorees will be celebrated on Friday during the Business Journal’s luncheon. Rule is the President […]
Milwaukee hosted the second annual Ciclovía Sunday on S. Cesar Chavez Drive. The city closed the street to automobiles from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Ricardo Posads talks about his family’s food stand and how it allows them to meet new people in the Walker Square neighborhood.
Calvin Johnson, 51, talks politics as he rests on a slab of concrete in front of a business on South Cesar E. Chavez Drive.