Walnut Way Conservation Corp., lead agency for the Lindsay Heights Neighborhood Initiative, plans to move to a temporary location next week after a fire damaged its community center.
Walnut Way Conservation Corp. is recovering after suffering a major fire at its headquarters on the eve of its 2013 Harvest Day event.
More than 130 participants have graduated from the nine-month Latino Nonprofit Leadership Program during its first eight years.
The Neighborhood Leadership Institute at Cardinal Stritch University, nearing the end of its first year, was featured at a national grantmakers conference held in Milwaukee.
Despite a steady rain, thousands were on hand to celebrate during the 42nd annual UMOS Mexican Independence Day Parade and Festival.
Author Jody LePage paid tribute to Sylvia Bell White, a former Fondy vendor, at the market’s annual Haymarket Days Celebration.
Harley-Davidson hosted street parties for African American and Hispanic riders during its recent 110th anniversary celebration.
A new Safe & Sound organizer supported by the Zilber Family Foundation has begun going door to door in Clarke Square and Layton Boulevard West to enhance public safety.
North Side young people took the lead in planning an event to promote peace through art and music in Washington Park’s Fox Field.
Eight young people who worked with artist Raoul Deal to create a permanent sidewalk art display were among those recognized by Walnut Way.