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How Streetcar Could Change King Drive

How Streetcar Could Change King Drive

Residents, business owners talk with city planners about a streetcar extension.

It’s Bay View vs. City Hall!

It’s Bay View vs. City Hall!

So says Ald. Zielinski, as he seeks supporters for a Bay View Park.

Bay View Park Proposal Rejected

Bay View Park Proposal Rejected

Zielinski wants to create park next to another park. But Plan Commission denies zoning changes.

Road Map to an Aerotropolis

Road Map to an Aerotropolis

New plan released for municipalities near airport. Will they seize the future?

Friday Photos: S. 5th St. Grows By Dieting
Friday Photos

S. 5th St. Grows By Dieting

City will narrow the road and triple size of sidewalks. Business is booming in response.

Northridge retail buildings targeted for light industrial space

Contribution to Tom Barrett of $100

Northridge retail buildings targeted for light industrial space

Contribution to Nik Kovac of $100

Northridge retail buildings targeted for light industrial space
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Northridge retail buildings targeted for light industrial space

The Future of Walker Square?

The Future of Walker Square?

New DCD plan calls for bike lanes, greenery, diverse tenants on National Avenue.

The Transformation of Johnsons Park

The Transformation of Johnsons Park

A huge number of partners and foundations have combined to transform an inner-city park that once fostered crime.

Foreclosures Block By Block: Layton Boulevard West
Foreclosures Block By Block

Layton Boulevard West

South side neighborhood battles problem of 48 foreclosed homes.

Foreclosures Block By Block: Five Neighborhoods With Foreclosure Problems
Foreclosures Block By Block

Five Neighborhoods With Foreclosure Problems

First in a series on five city neighborhoods that still have many foreclosed and abandoned homes.

Healthy Neighborhoods Initiative Will Expand

Healthy Neighborhoods Initiative Will Expand

Partnership of Greater Milwaukee Foundation and city adds four neighborhoods to six already getting help with economic development.

City Program Could Sell Homes for $1

City Program Could Sell Homes for $1

New RICH program will sell city-owned foreclosed homes at very low prices.

New Programs Target Lindsay Heights

New Programs Target Lindsay Heights

City's forgivable loans and non-profit's volunteer workers will both help North Side residents repair their homes.

New Loan Program Will Help Rescue Foreclosed Homes

New Loan Program Will Help Rescue Foreclosed Homes

City, state and local bank will join forces to help buyers rehabilitate distressed homes.

Eight Neighborhoods Targeted for Home Improvement Loans

Eight Neighborhoods Targeted for Home Improvement Loans

City $900,000 in loan money available for home loans.