Just over a year since the Near West Side Partners’ inception, neighborhood stakeholders look forward to continued community revitalization.
A $225,000 grant to Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity will fund new homes, home repairs and a new swimming pool building in Washington Park.
Progressive Community Health Centers is set to host Milwaukee Gospel Jubilee at Turner Hall Ballroom on Friday, February 5, 2016 at 7:30pm. This year’s event will be held at historic Turner Hall Ballroom (1040 N. 4th Street), where guests will enjoy a cabaret-inspired atmosphere fit for mingling and dancing. The event benefits Progressive Community Health […]
At the end of every holiday season, when City of Milwaukee residents throw their Christmas tree out at their regular collection site, they might be surprised to learn that “O Tannenbaum” goes directly into a landfill. Even though the City of Milwaukee provides ‘recycling’ at the Self-Help Centers where residents can bring their trees to […]
Washington Park Partners program staff thank everyone who attended the Annual Gathering Monday, December 14th. The room was filled with so much love and positive energy. Special thanks to guest, Mayor Tom Barrett, for acknowledging the great leaders in Washington Park. Congratulations to all our Outstanding Neighbors Awardees that were nominated by other neighbors: Kathy […]
Refugees from Burma, Somalia and other countries celebrated the holiday season at the International Learning Center, a program of Neighborhood House.
The Milwaukee County budget includes funds to repair Washington Park’s historic band shell and baseball field.
Robert and Jolie Brox have a dedicated following at their weekly fitness class at the Urban Ecology Center’s Washington Park branch.
Neighborhood residents and other users of the Washington Park Urban Ecology Center met with Quorum Architects and center and park staff to share their ideas.
Leon Douglas, 36, talks about why he doesn’t want a job.