Five Little Free Libraries are being installed in Lindsay Heights with the goal of fostering literacy and creating community.
Funders, state legislators and community leaders toured the Historic Martin Luther King Dr. commercial corridor and two others recently to view progress and discuss challenges.
Community members gathered at Kilbourn Park to celebrate the Young Farmers organization and see the unveiling of the mural dedicated to the farming program.
After one full year as a merged school, Hopkins Lloyd Community School is showing promise, but has yet to prove itself academically.
Members of the 27th Street West Drug Free Coalition Youth Council recently took Mayor Tom Barrett and County Supervisor Russell Stamper on a walking tour of assets and liabilities in a section of Washington Park.
Milwaukee Public Theater and the Milwaukee County Office for Persons with Disabilities will host the annual Tap the Potential event in October, featuring visual and performing artists with a range of physical and mental disabilities.
The Latin and Central American countries of El Salvador, Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua all celebrated their independence days last weekend. Mexicans, who make up the largest ethnic group in the state, celebrated with a parade and festival on the city’s south side.
Safe & Sound and residents of the 2000 block of North 41st Street celebrated the transformation of a vacant lot into a mini-football field and play area for neighborhood children.
Visitors to the recent Silver City International Food and Art Walk enjoyed dancing, painting and sampling dozens of international dishes — all without leaving National Avenue.
The Fondy Farmers Market recently held its annual Haymarket Days, marking 95 years of selling locally grown produce in central Milwaukee. Longtime customers shared memories of the Center Street Haymarket.