Hundreds of children put on costumes and filled their bags with candy at the seventh annual “Silver City Trick or Treat Street.”
A community organizer, a police officer, a city official and an alderwoman share insights on 14th Street C.A.R.E.S. and other central city block clubs.
Walker’s Point Center for the Arts is displaying work by local artists celebrating Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead).
Amani and Metcalfe Park have taken the first steps toward creating community revitalization plans under a new federal grant program.
Journey House is collecting toys and gift card for neighborhood children and families this holiday season.
The Milwaukee Public Library system has seen an increase of nearly 223,000 visitors compared to the same time last year. Still, the system had to cut its proposed budget for 2013, resulting in a reduction of hours and services.
Cyclists of all ages and skill levels gathered to have fun, learn and work toward a more active lifestyle and a more bike- and pedestrian- friendly neighborhood in Clarke Square at the recent “Cross the Domes” event in Mitchell Park.
The popularity of Layton Boulevard West Neighbors’ Most Improved Porch contest led two other communities to sponsor similar contests this summer. Winners will be announced Nov. 22.
Elementary school children from four Milwaukee Public Schools enjoyed a day of art, reading and more with volunteers from Milwaukee-area Target stores. The project was initiated by the Zilber Family Foundation.
Journey House, an organization focused on education and neighborhood revitalization, is expanding its services to include a music program for young people.