Since the late philanthropist Joe Zilber selected it as one of three neighborhoods where the Zilber Neighborhood Initiative would invest $50 million over 10 years, Clarke Square residents and leaders have seen positive changes.
Safe & Sound, the Department of Public Works and youth from Journey House programming have created beautiful garbage receptacles in Clarke Square to curb littering.
South Side community members are optimistic about a new police initiative that will increase the number of officers on foot and bicycles in Milwaukee Police District 2.
Beverly Mosley, an Air Force veteran, is battling liver cancer and sometimes feels unsafe in her Clarke Square neighborhood.
Clarke Square resident Robert Hardy says everyone is a book, and you can learn from other people when you get to know them.
The city Department of Neighborhood Services, SaintA and other Milwaukee organizations recently hosted a youth job fair in Clarke Square.
Dulce Castro and her family are offering a reward for whoever finds her missing dog Coco.
Local artists and students from the Clarke Square neighborhood are teaming up to create a community art installation in an alley at 26th and Mineral streets.
Shaquita Spencer has wanted to be a nurse for as long as she can remember. She works as a certified nursing assistant now, but her plan to go back to school and fulfill her lifelong dream is finally being set into motion.
Club León, a professional soccer team in Mexico with a large fan base in Milwaukee, recently played a scrimmage match at Miller Park against C.F. Pachuca. Leon’s fan club, Los De Arriba Milwaukee, was there to support the team.