Organizers hope to invigorate the business corridor along South 13th Street, increase safety and better connect residents and amenities in the surrounding neighborhoods.
Milwaukee Urban League pilots program to provide residents with transportation to jobs
The Milwaukee Urban League’s mission is to help African Americans achieve economic equity. As part of that effort, the organization recently launched the L*A*S*T* Mile program, which provides clients with transportation to employment sites.
How to avoid stimulus check scams
A new round of stimulus checks will likely also bring out a new round of scams. Here’s what to watch out for.
Lindsay Heights gears up for Phase II of The Commons
Leaders will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday to celebrate Phase II of the Innovations and Wellness Commons, which will bring new health-based services to the Lindsay Heights neighborhood.
‘There’s a false sense of security’: We check in on four essential workers on the frontlines
Since early in the pandemic, we’ve kept in touch with a group of essential workers, asking them to share, in their words, what working during the time of COVID-19 has been like for them.
NNS Spotlight: UpStart Kitchen feeds the dreams of entrepreneurs while nourishing the Sherman Park community
UpStart Kitchen provides emergency meals for Milwaukeeans and a space for entrepreneurs looking to build their businesses.
‘We’re on our way up’: The rebirth of Villard Avenue continues
Villard Avenue, once a bustling commercial corridor, is showing signs of new life.
Menomonee Valley businesses carry on despite the pandemic
Although the Potawatomi Hotel & Casino took the biggest hit, it hopes to bounce back as other businesses see signs of hope.
NNS Spotlight: He’s the ‘banker of the underrepresented’
Joaquin Altoro’s mission as the leader of the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority is to ensure everyone has equal access to financial resources.
UPDATE: Common Council OKs expansion of King Drive business district
An ambitious plan to expand the Historic King Drive Business Improvement District #8, which was opposed by members of the Five Points Neighborhood Association, was unanimously approved in a 14-0 vote Tuesday by the Common Council.
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