A string of tragic hit-and-run accidents has rocked Milwaukee in the past few weeks. Headlines about reckless driving are not new, which led us to ask: How does this issue directly affect members of our community?
NNS reporter Bridget Fogarty talks with WGLB’s Saryea Murchison and Dennis Walton about the community’s response to the Strauss Brands controversy.
NNS deputy editor Adam Carr talks with Lake Effect’s Joy Powers to preview events taking place throughout our neighborhood in November.
Starting now — through December 31 — NewsMatch will match your new monthly donation 12x or double your one-time gift, all up to $1,000. We can earn up to $20,000 in matching dollars, which means Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service can raise $40,000 in total.
“Remembering Bronzeville” tells the story of the rise and fall of an early African American neighborhood in Milwaukee through the eyes of people who lived there in its heyday. The film will air on Milwaukee PBS on Oct. 31 at 7:30 p.m.
The Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service is joining forces with two other nonprofit newsrooms to engage readers in a news-by-text project funded by Google.
Milwaukee PBS has released the dates and times when it will air the documentary, “Remembering Bronzeville.”
Ana Martinez-Ortiz talks about Rev-Up MKE with Saryea Murchison and Dennis Walton. During the interview, the three talk about what exactly Rev-Up MKE is and its influence on the Near West Side. Martinez-Ortiz briefly talks about her interview with the 2019 winner, Alan Goodman, available now.
As the small business competition celebrates its fourth year, NNS talks with previous winners to see what lessons can be learned from their experiences.
We lugged our vintage living room set to the Silver City InterNational Festival for family photos and the community made it worth our while.