Architects developers, community leaders and citizens discussed plans for six sites in the Bronzeville Cultural and Entertainment District, which was created in 2005. The city hopes investors will back plans to develop the sites.
Foreclosed properties and job training were the top concerns raised by residents at a recent Metcalfe Park community forum.
In less than two weeks, the current version of the GED exam will change and students who’ve passed some, but not all, the exams will have to start over.
A retired Milwaukee Tech High School teacher has begun teaching a free skilled trades training program that he designed in 2008. With large construction projects planned, the time is right.
Walnut Way and St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care plan to build new facilities to fuel development and job growth in Lindsay Heights.
Three central city companies are among 11 area businesses selected to participate in an innovative business development project being piloted in Milwaukee.
Twenty new neighborhood ambassadors are preparing for future jobs while leading community cleanup efforts in Clarke Square and Layton Boulevard West.
Guided by two city development experts and Milele Coggs, 6th District alderwoman, a group of residents and others toured Bronzeville.
Sherman Park shows its civic pride in a tour of some of its unique community initiatives.
A letter from the Southside Organizing Committee and elected officials asking Gov. Scott Walker to maintain the city’s residency requirement went unacknowledged.