A recent LISC-sponsored workshop on settlement houses connected Jane Addams’ Hull House and the United Neighborhood Centers of Milwaukee (UNCOM).
Walnut Way Conservation Corp., lead agency for the Lindsay Heights Neighborhood Initiative, plans to move to a temporary location next week after a fire damaged its community center.
Author Jody LePage paid tribute to Sylvia Bell White, a former Fondy vendor, at the market’s annual Haymarket Days Celebration.
The Metcalfe Park Community Action Team offered health screenings, food and fun to neighborhood residents.
The city and a Chicago-based foundation teamed up this summer to improve the look of boarded-up buildings in neighborhoods with a high rate of foreclosures.
Eight young people who worked with artist Raoul Deal to create a permanent sidewalk art display were among those recognized by Walnut Way.
More than 200 volunteers organized by KaBOOM! built a playground in one day at the Northside YMCA.
Rufus King and Riverside high schools raised funds at their fourth annual flag football game, attended by dozens of fans clad in their high school colors.
Hundreds of people participated in the 11th annual peace parade from Washington Park to Sherman Park.
Community organization wins rooftop solar panel in competition that emphasizes innovation, sustainability.