King Drive participants in Doors Open Milwaukee hope the event will bring recognition to their neighborhoods and build a sense of community.
Walnut Way seeks to involve Lindsay Heights community members in neighborhood development conversations and encourage grassroots leadership.
Teens worked to return the 12-year-old “Caring Neighbors” mural at Walnut Way Conservation Corp. to its original look throughout the summer and unveiled it on Harvest Day.
A video recorded and broadcast on Facebook by community activist Dennis Walton and others shows a heavily armored West Allis Police Department vehicle preparing to conduct a raid.
With about two months until opening day, Sherman Phoenix developers JoAnne Johnson-Sabir and Juli Kaufmann take pride in the mentorships formed with tenants and the opportunities for residents to invest.
The Department of City Development and the Historic King Drive BID presented a final plan for streetcar expansion and economic development, while addressing displacement concerns.
Sherman Park resident Unique Russ reflects on what has changed for her since the unrest in the community two years ago.
With less than three weeks until classes begin, administrators at Keefe Avenue and Douglas schools are scrambling to inform parents that the two schools will both be located at Keefe this school year. Douglas will be re-opened as a middle school in September 2019.
Five years after Ezzard White established his One Hope Made Strong (OHMS) training program for central city residents, 10 of his trainees are working on the Legacy Lofts project on North Avenue between 15th and 16th streets.
A stretch of Fourth Street between Capitol Drive and St. Paul Avenue is now Vel R. Phillips Avenue. Bronzeville Week included the dedication ceremony, food and entertainment events, and opportunities to support local business.