African American teens participating in a new training program for young farmers will be selling produce at the Fondy Farmers Market each Saturday through Nov. 17. “Growing Food, Growing Jobs,” is a partnership of Fondy Food Center, Milwaukee County Cooperative Extension Youth Development Program, and Alice’s Garden.
A new 60,000-square-foot warehouse opening soon on the north side is expected to employ 100 “second-chance” workers and provide low-cost home improvement products to Milwaukee residents.
A free concert returned to Johnsons Park after five years, with rave reviews from residents.
Brown Street Academy in Lindsay Heights won a $25,000 grant from Target as part of its national Give with Target campaign.
David Bowen, the 2012 Future of Change award recipient and youngest county supervisor wears his youth as a badge of honor.
Clyde Anderson, financial contributor for CNN, visited Walnut Way to share his ideas about creating wealth.
Friends and neighbors gathered at Alice’s Garden to celebrate health and wellness in Lindsay Heights.
A small group of entrepreneurs has founded the Business Development Partnership, a resource hub for small minority businesses in the Milwaukee area.
Mobile Market shoppers are relieved that the low-cost food program will continue to provide access to healthy food in their communities—at least through the summer.
A community effort to revitalize the once-proud North Division High School is beginning to pay off as a new principal and staff bring “discipline and high expectations.”