United Neighborhood Centers of Milwaukee’s sixth annual Walk for Wellness provided an opportunity for families to exercise together for fitness and fun.
Havenwoods Economic Development Corporation HEDC, neighborhood volunteers, Milwaukee Job Corp, Milwaukee Urban Gardens, Groundworks, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District, Stano Landscaping, Greater Milwaukee Foundation and the City of Milwaukee came together to raise funds, design and build a public community garden on N. 60th & Green Tree Road. Formerly known as the old Bacher Farm, a portion […]
Stephanie Harling, executive director of Havenwoods Economic Development Corp., says negative perceptions of the neighborhood ‘couldn’t be further from the truth.’
The Carmen High School of Science and Technology has been working with future neighbors on the north side as it prepares its new campus.
Silver Spring Neighborhood Center’s programming for teenagers helps them reach for dreams bigger than their circumstances.
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 popularity of Layton Boulevard West Neighbors’ Most Improved Porch contest led two other communities to sponsor similar contests this summer. Winners will be announced Nov. 22.
Once a car repair shop, the Milwaukee Asian Market on Mill Road and 76th in Havenwoods opened in June 2009. Although unremarkable on the outside, its interior is colorful, lively and has everything from food to clothing to toys to toiletries. On the far north side of Milwaukee, Havenwoods gets its name from the 237-acre […]