Photographers Sue Vliet and Adam Carr have been out in the streets, snapping pictures of what’s happening in our neighborhoods. Check out their photographs.
Reuben Harpole and his late wife, Mildred, had founding roles or involvement in many of the organizations that serve Milwaukee neighborhoods today.
Aisha Carr, who lived outside Milwaukee Public Schools’ District 4 while running for the school board, has moved into the district and begun her term on time.
For Laura Manriquez, community service has often centered around making sure her neighbors, especially children, have enough to eat every day.
From connecting Harambee neighborhood residents to resources to knocking on doors, Rick Banks’ mission is to serve Milwaukee.
Residents won’t have to worry about utility disconnections until April thanks to a decision Thursday by the Public Service Commission.
Wisconsin will send absentee applications to 2.6 million voters to help ensure their votes are counted in November
Jeanette Kowalik and Lilliann Paine are leading Milwaukee’s coronavirus response — and inspiring officials nationwide to examine racism as a public health crisis.
On Aug. 13, 2016, the neighborhood was thrust into the spotlight after violence erupted following the death of Sylville Smith, who was fatally shot by a Milwaukee Police Department officer.
Outbreak Wisconsin chronicles people’s journeys through the coronavirus crisis, exposes failing systems and explores solutions. Milwaukee County moved into “Phase 4” of its COVID-19 orders on July 1. That means businesses such as Adija Greer-Smith’s Confectionately Yours, housed inside the Sherman Phoenix, can now operate at 50% capacity. While some restaurants and shops offered curb-side options […]