Billie Goodwin sets up her yard sale each summer to offer bargains to people who walk by, but what she gives away for free is encouragement and conversation.
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.
The City of Milwaukee Health Department hosted the annual Back-to-School Health Fair at North Division High School, which provided children with required immunizations, blood lead testing, vision and dental screenings.
The Bronzeville Cultural and Arts Festival kicked off the third annual Bronzeville Week, which aims to promote area businesses, and serve residents and families.
A family-friendly ride through two neighborhoods in the same ZIP code brought together diverse residents for exercise and fellowship.
Henry Watford, nicknamed “The Hankster,” says that his biker club, the Wolf Pack, provides “friendships and an outlet for grown men.”
A desire among neighbors for an outdoor gathering space is coming to fruition with the help of several stakeholders.
Local filmmakers explore the role the justice system plays in the lives of the chronically homeless, hoping to find more meaningful solutions.
Stakeholders from all walks of life celebrate the groundbreaking for a $1.2 million renovation of Johnsons Park, a testament to collaboration and a symbol of the area’s renewal.
Neighbors, politicians, community organizations, and funders celebrated the power of collaboration and perseverance at the groundbreaking ceremony of Johnsons Park.