Common Ground is encouraging residents to urge their city, county and state representatives to vote against public funding for a new Milwaukee Bucks arena.
The Milwaukee Promise Zone Initiative held the first of a series of neighborhood summits in Milwaukee’s central city, providing resources meant to give residents a second chance.
A plan to turn the former Garfield Avenue school into 60 apartments along with cultural and commercial space has been downsized because construction estimates for the school came in at double the expected cost.
The Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee acknowledged the accomplishments of area high school seniors at the second annual college signing day.
A three-year, $1 million initiative is intended to promote assets and reduce crime on the near west side.
Budget and service cutbacks mean there is little help in sight for city residents hoping to access jobs in outlying areas by bus.
Kiva Zip, an online nonprofit program, provides Milwaukee’s small business owners with a way to acquire zero-interest loans through a vast network of lenders.
A decade-old program provides free driver’s education for Milwaukee teenagers who hold a 2.3 grade point average, participate in community service and attend an after-school program.
Representatives of six different organizations involved in transportation issues shared their perspective on transit routes, I-94 west, the downtown streetcar line and more in response to a Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service survey.
Highlights of planned development in Menomonee Valley include creation of a food and beverage district, which would supply jobs to surrounding neighborhoods.