The deadline is June 3 for students interested in applying to the annual Urban Journalism Workshop at Marquette University.
What’s happening in our neighborhoods this month? A botany and history walk, a hip-hop concert, an Earth Day event, a river cleanup and a family gathering built around books.
If there were a job description for Milwaukee’s mayor, it would be something akin, but with differences, to what a chief executive officer does in the private sector.
Melody McCurtis, Celeste Contreras and Leana Yang share the stories of women who make or have made the difference in their lives.
What’s happening in our neighborhoods this March? A delicious International Women’s Day event, reading circle exploring the impact of racism, a conversation about mental health driven by hip-hop, a tour of a massive future development and a community science fair.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reporter PrincessSafiya Byers is among the 25 journalists selected by the National Press Foundation for a yearlong fellowship, “Widening the Pipeline.”
Kellen Abston, Tia Cannon and Andre Lee Ellis pay tribute to Milwaukee’s rich Black history, sharing local trailblazers from the arts and business worlds.
The City of Milwaukee is getting a new mayor in the coming months. So we asked your neighbors: “If you had two minutes with the next mayor of Milwaukee, what would you say?”
Veteran journalist O. Ricardo Pimentel has joined the staff of the Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service as the newsroom’s first managing editor.
What’s happening in our neighborhoods this February? The reopening of a legendary museum, a poetry party, a forum of Milwaukee’s mayoral candidates, a February celebration of soup and a celebration of Milwaukee’s parks and Japanese rice wine.