Several bills introduced recently in the Wisconsin legislature address the rights of undocumented residents.
Menomonee Valley Partners, Inc. and Zimmerman Architectural Studios announce the launch of a newly created Menomonee Valley Artist in Residency Pilot Program for 2014. The residency will focus attention on interconnections between culture, community and ecology in the Valley. As the inaugural Artist in Residence, photographer Eddee Daniel brings to the role a vision of […]
Community members of all ages enjoyed a celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month at Forest Home Library on the South Side.
More than 130 participants have graduated from the nine-month Latino Nonprofit Leadership Program during its first eight years.
Despite a steady rain, thousands were on hand to celebrate during the 42nd annual UMOS Mexican Independence Day Parade and Festival.
The Friends of Hank Aaron State Trail hosted the 14th annual Hank Aaron State Trail 5k Run/Walk. About 1,500 people walked or ran the race that took them through the heart of Milwaukee.
The 24-acre park, between 27th and 37th streets, is part of a $25 million revitalization project that includes the building of trails, community gardens, a venue for public art and a natural habitat for all to enjoy.
The last major project of the $26 million From the Ground Up initiative to connect the Valley to surrounding neighborhoods is the recently named Three Bridges Park, which opens to the public on July 20.
Menomonee Valley has become a destination for many people eager to visit the Urban Ecology Center, run on the Hank Aaron trail or watch the wildlife. But Menomonee Valley Partners would like more southeastern Wisconsin residents to see how the valley has changed.
In urban environments such as Milwaukee there may be few opportunities other than science class to learn about the natural environment. The newly opened Menomonee Valley branch of the Urban Ecology Center is helping to fill that void for south siders.