Milwaukee Public Library asked community members to share their ideas on the design of a new library branch coming to the Historic Mitchell Street neighborhood next year.
Several prominent organizations have named new executive directors recently and the Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service polled them on neighborhood development, public safety and plans for leading their organizations forward.
The South Division and Bradley Tech high school football teams played the first game on the newly reconstructed South Stadium, which replaced the 90-year-old field.
Marking the second anniversary of Three Bridges Park, near south side residents came together for the Summer Celebration at the Menomonee Valley Urban Ecology Center.
In a nod to the growing Mexican population, the 51st Mexican consulate in the U.S. will open in Milwaukee soon.
Highlights of planned development in Menomonee Valley include creation of a food and beverage district, which would supply jobs to surrounding neighborhoods.
Tammy L. Rivera, interim executive director at Southside Organizing Committee, plans to further develop the organization by diversifying its funding sources and increasing its volunteer base.
After serving as executive director of the Southside Organizing Committee for 22 years, Steve Fendt was voted out by the organization’s board of directors.
South Side immigration rights activists are reacting to reforms announced by President Obama with “a divided heart,” pledging to continue fighting for more changes.
Milwaukee Latinos face many barriers to rising to the highest levels of government and business, according to local community leaders.