Join Mayor Tom Barrett and others as they cut the ribbon to officially open the extension of the Beerline Trail on August 24, 2015. This “rail to trail” redevelopment project is the result of a partnership between the City of Milwaukee, the Greater Milwaukee Committee (GMC), the Riverworks Development Corp., the Harambee Great Neighborhood Initiative, […]
Neighborhood ambassadors in Garden Homes have sparked hope, mediated violence and begun to build trust in the North Side community.
The Bronzeville Cultural and Arts Festival kicked off the third annual Bronzeville Week, which aims to promote area businesses, and serve residents and families.
Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs’ 8th Annual Freedom Scholarship Essay Contest for 2015 has extended its deadline. The contest encourages students to put into words what the concept of “freedom” means to them and how they can combat and prevent prejudice, discrimination, and violence in our world today. The extended deadline for the scholarship competition is […]
The Harambee Great Neighborhood Initiative & the Rose Park Sunday Softball League will host a Home Run Derby and Sunday League All-Star Game on National Night Out, Tuesday August 4th at 7pm at Clinton & Bernice Rose Park. This event is also a Bronzeville Week activity and seeks to provide a space where the community […]
King Drive Commons Gallery night was dedicated to the late Welford Sanders, whose legacy includes spearheading urban redevelopment in previously neglected Milwaukee neighborhoods.
A family-friendly ride through two neighborhoods in the same ZIP code brought together diverse residents for exercise and fellowship.
Local developers want to feed, educate and employ Milwaukee residents at a proposed delicatessen and fresh-food market in a boarded-up restaurant.
Despite pushback from community residents, arena proponents see opportunity for job growth and development in the proposal passed by the state Assembly.
Henry Watford, nicknamed “The Hankster,” says that his biker club, the Wolf Pack, provides “friendships and an outlet for grown men.”