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.
Wisconsin will send absentee applications to 2.6 million voters to help ensure their votes are counted in November
After suffering through the loss of many family members, Bridgett Wilder realized just how valuable health is. She lost 150 pounds and earned her dietetics degree to teach others to take control of their own health.
Here’s a rundown of events celebrating Black History Month in Milwaukee.
Making big things happen for small businesses is one of the goals of Brew City Match, which is helping to change the economic landscape in several Milwaukee neighborhoods.
Bradley Thurman doesn’t know how he helped make Coffee Makes You Black “the go-to place” in the community. The stars just aligned.
Over the summer, NNS photographer Sue Vliet captured images of murals around town, from lesser-known artworks to familiar favorites to pieces whose paint is still wet.
Dad’s one of Milwaukee’s top developers. The son is the youngest legislator in Wisconsin history. Both share a desire to make the city a better place. They’re definitely a family to watch. (And you can read about them, too.)