A recent workshop brought together a panel of four visionary Milwaukee leaders to discuss the tenets of abundant communities as part of a three-part series on “Building a Better Milwaukee.”
Young artists from COA Riverwest Center recently displayed their work at the center gallery at 631 E. Center St.
Potential buyers and rehabbers got a tour of foreclosed properties available in Layton Boulevard West.
Admission Possible, an organization that helps low-income students gain admission and succeed in their college careers, recently welcomed a new executive director and soon will have a new name.
Two new reports presented at LISC’s Community Development Symposium find that there is progress in Milwaukee, despite the difficult economy and other discouraging trends. Much more, they argue, needs to be done.
The Diederich College of Communication at Marquette is offering classes to Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service readers at a substantial discount.
When Thrivent Financial for Lutherans was looking to make a significant investment in a local community in 2005, Milwaukee’s Harambee neighborhood was well positioned to take advantage of the opportunity.
The Milwaukee Observatory, a public art installation created by students at Bay View High School, came to Mitchell Park this summer for the first time.
Professional photographers from Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service will be taking free portraits of community members attending Asian Fest on Saturday, Aug. 27, from 11 a.m.– 1:15 p.m. at Arlington Heights Park.
Hundreds of walkers and runners set out from Miller Park on a recent Saturday morning to support the Hank Aaron State Trail. The 5K Run/Walk took participants through the Menomonee Valley along Canal Street, along the river and back to Miller Park.