For 10 years, Moody Pool has remained an empty, boarded-up neighborhood nuisance, but the building will be torn down soon. In its place, a splash pool, small community building, lit basketball courts and parkways are among the planned amenities. Some neighborhood residents contend they were promised something that was never delivered.
Jake’s Deli, a Lindsay Heights institution, opened its second location after 57 years on Milwaukee’s north side.
KANDO, an organization of landlords in Havenwoods, is working to increase safety and pride among area residents.
Mayor Tom Barrett, city officials and neighborhood organizations came together recently to celebrate the winners of the city’s Most Improved Homes Contest.
The Dominican Center for Women is educating families in Milwaukee’s Amani neighborhood about possible lead hazards in their homes and helping to remove them.
The community group Team Dun Did Dat bought food and prepared a free home-cooked dinner for residents in its North Side neighborhood recently. The group of moms is addressing their neighbors’ needs throughout the year.
About 70 people who live, work or serve in Lindsay Heights attended a Report to Community event focused on increasing residents’ engagement.
Menomonee Valley has become a destination for many people eager to visit the Urban Ecology Center, run on the Hank Aaron trail or watch the wildlife. But Menomonee Valley Partners would like more southeastern Wisconsin residents to see how the valley has changed.
A new program for veterans and active service members will offer affordable housing and benefit the community through Veterans Volunteer Corp.
In the year since Layton Boulevard West Neighbors presented its Quality of Life Plan to the neighborhood, visible improvements have been showing up in Silver City, Layton Park and Burnham Park.