A revived block club in the Borchert Field neighborhood is building better relationships with police and city officials, and improving communication between neighbors.
Lindsay Heights community members recently gathered for the semi-annual “Report to Community,” which focused on services and resources for youth and families.
Layton Boulevard West Neighbors recently took 60 potential buyers on a bus tour of six homes in the community.
More schools and students participated in the second year of the Lindsay Heights Academic Olympics, where young people could demonstrate their math skills.
Youth groups with a great idea how to make Milwaukee a better place are invited to apply for a $5,000 grant from Lead2Change, Inc. Two grants for community service projects will be awarded under the new “DreamBig” grant program.
A new project organized by the Buildings-Landscapes-Cultures program at UW-Milwaukee will help Thurston Woods residents share their stories. Students will interview residents and archive community history.
Youth Rising Up, a group of Milwaukee teens and young adults, has joined a national protest against the Family Dollar store chain, which has begun selling tobacco products. The youth activists protested outside of the North Avenue store and then brought their concerns to City Hall.
LBWN is pleased to announce the 2012 Most Improved Home Contest with the backing of Tri City National Bank and The Home Depot. This year’s expanded competition will build off the success of last year’s Most Improved Porch Contest in which 15 neighborhood residents invested over $24,000 in exterior, curb appeal enhancements. This year’s contest […]
Nearly three-quarters of registered voters in the city of Milwaukee turned out for the recall election on Tuesday, according to the City of Milwaukee Election Commission. A total of 223,044 ballots were cast.
Students from Westside Academy II marched alongside community members in a peace rally that concluded with the dedication of a memorial garden for victims of violence.