After the first year of administering the reconstructed GED, Milwaukee educators and students are changing their approach in order to pass the exam.
The new VA Community Resource and Referral Center, housed in a restored historic building on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, provides resources to veterans who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
During the past decade, artisans have helped establish a creative community along Lisbon Avenue in Washington Park.
Gye Nyame, a children’s African dance ensemble, performed during a Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration.
While the terms of five members of the nine-person school board will end this spring, there are only two contested races in the April election.
Business owners hope the recently developed South 13th Street and West Oklahoma Avenue Business Improvement District will spur entrepreneurship in the neighborhood.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service covered a wide range of stories focused on central city neighborhoods during 2014. NNS reporter Molly Rippinger explains why the story republished here is the favorite of those she wrote this year.
A daylong meeting brought city planners and community stakeholders together to develop revitalization projects for Silver City and Clarke Square.
A local business celebrating its 85th anniversary outfitted the kitchen at the Scott Christian Youth Center with new equipment after the center won a competition with other local charities.
North Side residents will soon benefit from St. Ann Center’s intergenerational approach to health and education services for adults and children.