In communities throughout the central city, neighbors joined together to help clean up and beautify their surroundings.
On Saturday, May 24th between 10:00AM and 2:00PM, friends, partners and families of Borchert Field C.A.R.E.S. (Community Advocating for Residential Empowerment & Stability) will gather in the Community Garden located at 11th and West Burleigh Street to celebrate the Memorial Day weekend and share information about upcoming activities taking place this year within the community. […]
Communities throughout Milwaukee will be doing an organized spring clean up this weekend. Here’s where you can join in.
Mayor Tom Barrett recognized four sixth- and seventh-graders representing 52 middle-school students participating in the “I Have A Dream” college preparatory program in his State of the City address.
The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation and African American Chamber of Commerce will soon kick off a new revolving loan fund to help provide capital to small businesses and boost black entrepreneurship.
From healthy eating, to the Affordable Care Act, to sexual and reproductive health, a recent health fair hosted by the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee brought information about healthy living to city residents.
Food justice advocates stressed the importance of equal access to fresh food at a local Martin Luther King Day celebration.
Foreclosed properties and job training were the top concerns raised by residents at a recent Metcalfe Park community forum.
Having won a $6.9 million federal grant to become the second-largest Head Start provider in Milwaukee, Next Door has acquired a new facility in Capitol Heights and is unveiling a new home-based Head Start model.
Three Metcalfe Park community organizations and a group of young adults built a rain garden at a community garden, hoping neighbor residents will follow suit on their own property.