After ten months of construction, inCOMMON Community Development opens its Park Avenue Commons on Saturday.
Grade crossing safety and pedestrian safety around railroads is something the industry has worked on since its existence.
Next week is ServeNebraska’s Week of Service.
The Omaha Police Department offers a six-week Citizen Education Training Program beginning April 4th.
With the first measurable snow on the ground, the Salvation Army’s Winter Night Watch is underway.
The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign is more than halfway to its overall goal of 3.1 million dollars this year.
Last week, Governor Dave Heineman announced that State of Nebraska employees have pledged over $522,000 dollars to the 2012 campaign, which was a 17% increase over last year.
Omaha will be joining communities nationwide next Tuesday for National Night Out.
Omaha’s Memorial Park is the site of a vigil Thursday night in support of a Lincoln woman who was the victim of a hate crime.
More than half the grants awarded by Fund for Omaha will fund programs, with the rest funding capacity building and operational expenses.
Fund for Omaha awarded over $170,000 in grants to 18 local nonprofits this month. The NorthStar Foundation received a $7,000 capacity building grant.