One hundred Milwaukee children received free bike helmets recently at an open house at COA Goldin Center, 2320 W. Burleigh St.
A statewide march for immigrant and worker rights will be held Sunday, May 1, in Milwaukee.
Walnut Way Conservation Corp. has been named a finalist in the “Communities Take Root” competition.
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.
At first glance, the house under construction at 2221 S. 18th St. seems like any other new home rising from the ground, but it’s actually the first of its kind. The house, about 65 percent complete, is the first home to be built by participants of the Adult Build program at Milwaukee Christian Center.
Free bike helmets will be given to the first 100 children at an open house at COA Goldin Center (2320 W. Burleigh St.) on April 30 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Next fall, current students at Hopkins and Lloyd schools will attend classes together at the new Hopkins-Lloyd Community School.
Lindsay Heights resident Twyla James bought a lot from the city of Milwaukee for $1 in September 2009, on the condition that she build a house there and live in it for at least five years.
Running Rebels is holding a Wellness Fair on Saturday, April 9, from 12 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at 1300A W. Fond du Lac Ave. in Lindsay Heights. Activities include health assessments, signing up to be a bone marrow donor, urban line dancing and the opportunity to meet local health providers. For more information, contact Natasha Coe […]
Running Rebels conducts a variety of programs for youth, including athletics, mentoring and working with chronic youth offenders to help them comply with their terms of probation and make better decisions.