Shalem Healing, an integrative holistic healthcare practice, will host two COVID-19 testing opportunities.
With an initial grant of $1 million from Bader Philanthropies, Inc., Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity will establish 40 new homes and ensuring current homeowners can avoid foreclosure and stay in their homes by completing 20 critical repair projects in Harambee over the next four years.
A couple years ago, Bader Philanthropies, Inc., renovated a beautiful old King Drive building into its new headquarters and now the foundation has announced that it will renovate a former bank across the street into a home for a new restaurant/cafe and holistic wellness center.
Milwaukee's first hostel will bring young, international travelers to the city. Remodeling and celebration take place this weekend at the site and the public is welcome.
The sense of pride in the neighborhood's assets, past and present, as well as hope for its promising future, was a resounding theme of the grand opening event for Bader's new home, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Earlier this year, Victory Garden Initiative announced that it would purchase a former corner tavern at 3279 N. Richards St. in Harambee and renovate it for its new Farmhouse - A Place to Gather and Create. We go inside the building and its history.
Nearly 1,000 volunteers helped clean 160 city blocks in the Harambee neighborhood on a recent Saturday. The three-hour cleanup spanned Interstate 43 east to Holton Street and Capitol Drive south to North Avenue, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
A plan to renovate and reopen the former Grand Theater, at 2917-23 N. Holton Ave. took a step forward on Tuesday as the Common Council's Zoning, Neighborhoods and Development committee recommended approval of the project.
Victory Garden Initiative is preparing to purchase a building across from its Urban Farm to create the Farmhouse - A Place to Gather and Create, where the nonprofit will help Milwaukeeans grow their own food. A Farm-to-Table Cafe is also part of the plan.
Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity broke ground last week on a project to build, rehab and repair 100 homes over three years in the city's Midtown neighborhood, between North 21st and North 30th Street, from Lisbon to North Avenue.
Last summer, we took you inside the former Holton Street State Bank / Centro del Nino building (and its history) at 500 E. Center St. Now, a proposal would transform it into a 40-bed hostel by the end of the year.
When talking about New Year's resolutions, some of us wondered if they're even a thing anymore. While some of us may make them for ourselves, we decided that it would be more interesting to share our hopes - resolutions, if you will - for Milwaukee in 2018.
In July, Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity announced plans to invest $9 million over the next three years in the Midtown neighborhood between North and Lisbon Avenues and between 25th and 30th Streets, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
For many Milwaukeeans, mention of The Grand Theater conjures images of 1980s Wisconsin Avenue. But long before the palatial Warner Theater was recast as The Grand to complement the opening of The Grand Avenue Mall, there was the neighborhood Grand Theater on Holton Street.
On Monday, Bader Philanthropies staff, the Bader family, local notables and others gathered to celebrate the groundbreaking ceremony for the new home of the Bader Philanthropies Global Headquarters at 3318 N. Dr. Martin Luther King Dr. in the Harambee neighborhood.