Patrons are reacting well to the fresh fruits and vegetables and lower-fat dishes now provided three days a week at Agape Community Center.
Longfellow Elementary hosted its annual Mercado Day to kick off Hispanic Heritage Month and to teach the children about Hispanic culture.
As the winner of a business plan contest open to all restaurants and delis in Silver City, Thai Lotus Restaurant received a $2,000 grant to grow its food wholesale business.
Organic food grown in Alice’s Garden has hit the shelves of two corner stores in Lindsay Heights. While customers initially have had mixed reactions to the produce, advocates emphasize that the initiative is one important step in developing a healthy mindset in the community.
A recent Safe Night event at North Division High School provided students with information about crime and illegal drugs, as well as entertainment, food and a good time.
After months of one-on-one interviews, focus groups, neighborhood meetings and data collection, Layton Boulevard West Neighbors is ready to finalize a strategic plan for the neighborhoods of Silver City, Layton Park and Burnham Park.
South Side residents in colorful garb took to the streets on Sunday, Sept. 18, in celebration of Mexican Independence Day.
Milwaukee County Supervisor Peggy West joined dozens of women dressed in wedding gowns for the annual Brides Walk Against Domestic Violence sponsored by UMOS Latina Resource Center.
About 50 people marched through the Washington Park community recently at the seventh Annual Put the Guns Down Festival, sponsored by the League of Young Voters Education Fund.
Community researchers are visiting selected Lindsay Heights residents during the next few weeks to survey their health status. The results will lead to steps to improve health and fitness.