Rain water instead of city water. Compost instead of packaged fertilizer. Lindsay Heights residents learn gardening tips at Neighbor Night.
A letter from the Southside Organizing Committee and elected officials asking Gov. Scott Walker to maintain the city’s residency requirement went unacknowledged.
Pat and Jeanette Gleason’s dream to own their own bakery and photography school is coming to life, as the couple opens two businesses in a newly renovated duplex.
Children with autism or sensory disorders can attend summer camp, just like their peers without disabilities, thanks to the high-tech and expertly staffed Sensational Summer Day Camp at the Milwaukee Center for Independence.
Independence Day in Enderis Park brought neighborhood residents together to celebrate community.
Local potters, painters, jewelry makers, metalsmiths and more showcased their work at the first annual Neighborhood Art Fair at Fondy Farmers Market. Organizers plan to highlight a new set of neighborhoods each year.
District 5 of the Milwaukee Police Department held a roll call at the Auer Oasis site to encourage residents to feel safe and welcome to participate in the free meal program.
While the LGBT community is celebrating the Supreme Court’s rulings in favor of marriage equality, it is unclear what overturning the Defense of Marriage Act will mean for same-sex couples living in Wisconsin who were married in another state.
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.
A large number of volunteers from the nonprofit, education, business, philanthropic and civic communities have joined together with the professional staff of Milwaukee Succeeds, the two-year-old community partnership working for education reform, to create its first Milestone Report.