Results tagged with 'hank aaron state trail'
Published Aug. 31, 2012
Hall of Famer Hank Aaron, a Milwaukee hero and national icon, was overshadowed during a visit to the Menomonee Valley by expansive mounds of dirt and dozens of children with shovels. The dark piles extending east from 37th Street along the Menomonee River represented the start of a reclamation project pursued for more than a decade by public officials, non-profit educators and outdoor enthusiasts.
Published April 29, 2012
Sometimes, vacationing in your own city is more relaxing than traveling and when it's time to return to work, staycationers often feel like they played, rested and accomplished a few things.
Published Sept. 15, 2007
Meet Laura Richard, one of the driving forces behind the East Side Open Market, the Milwaukee Mass Portrait and more.
Published June 4, 2007
The concept of photographing the entire city seems impossible, yet Mayor Tom Barrett, along with a host of other Milwaukeeans, want to do just that.
Published June 8, 2006
On May 26, the Natural Resource Board unanimously approved the purchase of the 5.5-mile extension of the Hank Aaron State Trail from Miller Park to the Milwaukee/Waukesha county line.
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