National Trust for Historic Preservation also unveils new engineering report demonstrating a comprehensive and cost-effective preservation solution for the Milwaukee landmark.
Four Asian restaurants and an Asian grocery store reside within a block of one another in the largely Latino neighborhood of Silver City.
Layton Boulevard West Neighbors offers home improvement matching grants to residents of Silver City, Burnham Park, Layton Park and Clarke Square.
Beat cabin fever this February in Silver City with the fourth annual “Phobruary.” Four restaurants will offer Pho at a special price of $5 per bowl; Monday through Friday, dine-in only.
The Board of Directors of Layton Boulevard West Neighbors, Inc. (LBWN) and the School Sisters of Saint Francis have unanimously appointed Brianna Sas-Pérez as Executive Director of LBWN, an award-winning community development organization that has leveraged $45.4 million in neighborhood investment since 1995. Brianna Sas-Pérez has been serving as the Interim Executive Director position since early December 2016.
A group of professional women committed to creating change in Milwaukee initiated “The Walls of Strength,” a project in which community members can inscribe positive messages into clay stones.
Christine Neumann–Ortiz, founder and executive director of Voces De La Frontera, strives to aid immigrants through policy reform, civil aid and legal referrals.
Food from local restaurants and award presentations highlighted the LBWN 2016 gathering.
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.