The new Franklin Square Apartments in Lindsay Heights are the second phase of Melissa Goins’ multi-phase development plan for the Teutonia Avenue Togetherness project (TAT). TAT has committed more than $14 million to Lindsay Heights.
Brown Street Academy students carefully plant strawberries as part of the Junior Master Gardeners program at Alice’s Garden.
Fresh from her job at the neighborhood development department at the United Community Center in Milwaukee, Veronica Ortiz, 30, was named the housing coordinator for the Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative.
Did you know that you can see Frank Lloyd Wright houses every day on the South Side of Milwaukee? If you didn’t, you’re not alone.
Outpost Natural Foods and Urban Ecology Center are sponsoring “Grow Local Milwaukee—Celebrate Urban Gardening!” from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 15 at the center, 1500 E. Park Pl. in Riverside Park. Participating organizations include Eat Local Challenge/Eat Local Milwaukee, Farm Fresh Atlas of Southeastern Wisconsin, Gardens Not Garbage, Keep Greater Milwaukee Beautiful, Kellner’s Greenhouse, […]
Journey House will host a graduation dinner on Monday, May 23, honoring its GED and citizenship graduates from the 2010-2011 academic year.
Jeff Rainwater plants shallot sets at Alice’s Garden in Lindsay Heights.
Fondy Food Center signed a five-year lease for 80 acres of farmland with Afterglow Farms in Port Washington just as the farmers market season begins.
Thousands of people, including a large contingent from Clarke Square, marched in support of immigration rights and against Gov. Scott Walker’s budget cuts May 1.
One hundred Milwaukee children received free bike helmets recently at an open house at COA Goldin Center, 2320 W. Burleigh St.