Today is my last day at Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service. As I prepare to say goodbye to my staff, colleagues and friends in Milwaukee, I wanted to address a few words to you, our readers.
Milwaukee residents 18 and older can cast ballots today, Tuesday, Nov. 6, at polling places throughout the city. The polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.
Families gathered at the Washington Park Urban Ecology Center recently for a Bee Day party.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reporter Edgar Mendez was arrested on Sunday after taking photographs of police squad cars in the MPD District 2 parking lot. He was issued a municipal citation for trespassing.
Vincent High School of Agricultural Sciences spotlighted the work of students and staff at its recent Spring Showcase.
Forty special education students from 53rd Street School recently participated in a “virtual field trip” to a BrightFarms hydroponic greenhouse to learn about growing produce sustainably.
Joining hundreds of thousands of protesters throughout the United States, thousands of Milwaukee students and their supporters marched Saturday to oppose gun violence and call for stricter gun control laws.
Developer Kalan Haywood, Sr. walked away with three trophies at the Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation dinner Thursday, including an award for individual achievement that he shared with Dr. Mark Eppli.
Area educator and social justice advocate Deanna Singh read from and discussed her two children’s books at Milwaukee Center for Independence for “Read Across America Day.”
A dozen organizations and individuals are finalists for the Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation (MANDI) People’s Choice Award — and you can help choose the winners.