Rain water instead of city water. Compost instead of packaged fertilizer. Lindsay Heights residents learn gardening tips at Neighbor Night.
A Bronzeville property owner’s decision to lease space to Dollar Tree for a discount store rather than operating a grocery store puts the project in limbo and taxpayer dollars at risk.
About 30 vendors helped kick off opening day 2013 of the longest-running market in the city with strawberries, snap peas, beets, greens, flowers and more.
More than 40 volunteers led by artist Reginald Baylor created a public art project at Fond du Lac and Locust that shines a light on the city’s past.
More than 80 students from five area schools competed in a spelling bee and math competition at Gwen T. Jackson Elementary School, winning awards and trophies for their participation.
The former Jackie Robinson Middle School, purchased by a developer in 2010, is now a 68-unit apartment building for Sherman Park seniors.
The sixth annual neighborhood cleanup event drew hundreds of volunteers to clean up Walker Square Park and the surrounding area — and send a message.
Parents and students rallied to kick off the Fair Play campaign, which contends that if public funds are earmarked for a new arena for the Milwaukee Bucks, a portion should be set aside to upgrade school recreational facilities countywide.