Nichole Logan volunteered to help the Victory Garden Initiative build gardens because she believes they will help low-income Milwaukee residents eat healthier.
NNS reporter Andrea Waxman goes on the air with Lake Effect’s Joy Powers to discuss College Possible, a regional organization that helps low-income students get into college.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service followed two College Possible students, Darneisha Virginia and Nury Plascencia, from their senior year in high school through college. They have now been awarded their college diplomas.
Washington Park residents recently opened The Noodle Café, a food truck offering dishes from Laos, Thailand and Vietnam.
Current students and alumni celebrated an impressive milestone for Auer Avenue Community School.
Dontre Hamilton’s family marked the third anniversary of his death with a celebration at All People’s Church in Harambee.
Alejandro Narvaez, 37, who grew up in Milwaukee, talks about how Puerto Rican culture and music have been a large part of his life.
A march organized by Voces de la Frontera drew thousands of people from across the state to demand immigration reform and support Latinos, immigrants and refugees.
More than 100 members of Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee signed academic letters of intent at a celebration Wednesday. They were awarded $5 million in scholarship funding.
The eighth year of Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore art contest drew 67 entries, a record number.