The Academy of Health Sciences at South Division High School attempts to close the achievement gap for students interested in a career in health sciences.
Health and Wellness
Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center has relocated to the old Goldmann’s building on Historic Mitchell Street to better meet the growing health and wellness needs of the native community.
The future of Moody Park shines bright in Amani, as residents continue to take ownership of the park.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service covered a wide range of stories focused on central city neighborhoods during 2015. NNS reporter Andrea Waxman explains why the story republished here is her favorite of those she wrote this year.
Milwaukee ranks 16th out of the top 50 U.S. cities in creating an environment for black males to meet their educational, work and personal life goals, according to the Campaign for Black Male Achievement City Index.
Two sisters found a unique way to explore the impact of diabetes on Mexican-Americans’ oral health in an art gallery on Chavez Drive.
Robert and Jolie Brox have a dedicated following at their weekly fitness class at the Urban Ecology Center’s Washington Park branch.
Resident-led planning sessions for Snail’s Crossing, the latest park to be rehabilitated as part of the MKE Plays initiative, began with a meeting in Riverwest.
Neighborhood residents and other users of the Washington Park Urban Ecology Center met with Quorum Architects and center and park staff to share their ideas.
People needing outpatient mental healthcare face a fragmented system that makes it difficult to find a provider and schedule an appointment despite Milwaukee County’s ongoing efforts to improve the system.