Free bike helmets will be given to the first 100 children at an open house at COA Goldin Center (2320 W. Burleigh St.) on April 30 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Residents of Silver City met with community leaders recently to offer input and learn more about the “quality of life plan” that the neighborhood will develop. Silver City is one of three communities that make up the Layton Boulevard West neighborhoods.
Families who need financial assistance for their child’s health care treatments, services or equipment that are not covered or partially covered by their commercial health insurance plans can apply for $5,000 grants from a health insurance company’s nonprofit foundation.
Clarke Square and Layton Boulevard West residents looking to trash bulky items have their chance this week as Project Clean and Green moves into the area.
Walker’s Point Center for the Arts (WPCA) is exhibiting prints produced by Carlos Cortéz and artists he influenced until May 14.
Next fall, current students at Hopkins and Lloyd schools will attend classes together at the new Hopkins-Lloyd Community School.
Lindsay Heights resident Twyla James bought a lot from the city of Milwaukee for $1 in September 2009, on the condition that she build a house there and live in it for at least five years.
LISC Milwaukee submitted this video about Silver City Townhomes, a project of Layton Boulevard West Neighbors, which received a 2011 MANDI award for neighborhood development innovation. The video was shown at the MANDI awards dinner, sponsored by LISC.
LISC Milwaukee submitted this video about Alice’s Garden, a project of the Center for Resilient Cities, which received a 2011 MANDI award for neighborhood development innovation. The video was shown at the MANDI awards dinner, sponsored by LISC.
WaterStone Bank is celebrating its 90th anniversary by donating $90,000 to local charities and schools. Recipients will be chosen by community residents, with the top charity or school receiving $30,000 and the next four receiving $15,000 each.