While Latinos seem to agree that there should be more Latino state representatives from the south side, they disagree which redistricting map is most likely to accomplish that goal.
SHOW researchers are coming to Layton Boulevard West this month to assess residents’ health. The information from the Survey of the Health of Wisconsin helps bring to light health problems in the state and creates a better understanding about factors that affect health over time.
FacebookTwitterGoogle+email Layton Boulevard West Neighbors seeks a full-time Economic Development Manager. Qualified candidates must be able to coordinate all aspects of the Economic Development Program, including restructuring the economy of the neighborhood; improving the design aspects of commercial corridors; promoting the commercial corridors of the neighborhood; and organizing and empowering business owners in the neighborhood. […]
FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailI am trying to locate any old photos of the original Silver City Recreations Center/Bowling Alley that used to occupy the corner of 38th or 37th and National Avenue in Milwaukee. My husband’s grandfather used to own the facility in the 1950s and sold it in 1962. His name was Louis Evanich. If you have […]
During their first week of commuting after the elimination of Route 18, some South Siders interviewed by Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service along National Avenue were upset by the changes. Others said the bus lines that replaced Route 18 make their commute faster.
A large crowd of families filled the auditorium at the Mexican Fiesta office at 2997 S. 20th St. recently to celebrate El Dia De Reyes, The Day of the Three Kings. The event marks the day Catholics believe the Three Wise Men followed a star to Bethlehem bearing gifts for baby Jesus. It included gifts for children, re-enactment of the Nativity, a performance by Ballet Folklorico and Mexican treats.
Layton Boulevard West Neighbors, Inc. (LBWN) recently received a $112,000 grant from Wells Fargo to continue home renovation efforts in the neighborhood. The money will be used for the Turnkey Renovation program, a project in which foreclosed homes are purchased, renovated and fitted with the latest in energy-saving technology.