Crime prevention organization Safe & Sound has adopted a new strategy to create safer communities in Milwaukee.
The Milwaukee Simba SC Jimmy Banks Futsal League held tryouts at Northcott Neighborhood House to teach kids the basics of the sport.
New investments from the Kresge Foundation and the Greater Milwaukee Foundation validate Riverworks’ success in neighborhood revitalization and provide momentum going forward.
The Greater Milwaukee Foundation announced new neighborhoods that will be included in its Healthy Neighborhoods Initiative.
St. Marcus School announced today the official purchase of the former Centro Educacional Aurora Weier Center, which is located four blocks north of St. Marcus on Center Street between Hubbard and Richards Streets at 2669 N. Richards Street. St. Marcus opened its doors at the second site on September 2nd, 2014, through a lease arrangement […]
Sculpture installations created by beintween link both sides of the Holton Viaduct.
The MetLife Foundation and LISC recognized three community organizations for their work with police to reduce crime. This is the first time three groups from the same city received the national award.
Fathers from across the city gathered at the ninth annual Fatherhood Summit.
An end-of-summer BBQ at the ARTery lured Riverwest resident Angela Warren and her family, (from left) James and Mekai Sokolowski, into the new “art park” developed in an abandoned railroad corridor between Riverwest and Harambee.
Volunteers built a new playground in Harambee as a way to promote 60 minutes of play and a safer neighborhood for children.