Milwaukee neighborhoods will soon benefit from nearly a dozen new jobs through the federal AmeriCorps program.
For decades, the look of historic Cesar Chavez Drive, once known as S. 16th Street, remained unchanged.
Groundbreaking for the Journey House Center for Family Learning and Youth Athletics will take place on Sept. 16, at Longfellow Elementary School.
Solar energy is starting to shine a little more brightly in Lindsay Heights. Four organizations in the neighborhood have installed solar-energy systems in the last two years: LaVarnway Boys & Girls Club, Shalom High School, Cross Lutheran Church and Prince Hall apartments.
Walker Square Farmers Market is now open for the 2011 season at Walker Square Park (1031 S. 9th St.).
An award-winning home on 16th Street in Lindsay Heights is on the market.
Walnut Way Conservation Corp.’s vision is to transform an underdeveloped stretch of six city blocks into a community wellness commons that would help create economic prosperity within Lindsay Heights.
A statewide march for immigrant and worker rights will be held Sunday, May 1, in Milwaukee.
Layton Boulevard West Neighbors (LBWN) is seeking volunteers to maintain and beautify the Valley Passage at 37th and Pierce Street, starting in May. Valley Passage, formerly an unused tunnel beneath the railroad tracks, now is a paved path leading to the Hank Aaron State Trail.
Silver City Townhomes, 20 rent-to-own homes developed by Layton Boulevard West Neighbors (LBWN) and Wisconsin Redevelopment, has won the State Farm Building Blocks Award for a real estate project that enhances the community.