The community remains concerned about the future of Ascension St. Joseph Hospital. Here’s what’s been happening.
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.
Bader’s move from the Historic Third Ward into the Harambee neighborhood was not about just moving stuff from one building to another building. We want to help make Martin Luther King Jr. Drive a place of fascinating activities and connections.
Bob and Pat Olin fulfilled their dream of making a difference in Sherman Park when they bought a vintage gas station and redeveloped it into a coffee shop where neighbors congregate.
St. Joseph hospital will focus on access to care, chronic disease prevention, infant mortality and mental health, according to a detailed three-year plan being released Wednesday by Ascension Wisconsin.
By all accounts, Quanita “Tay” Jackson was someone trying to make a difference. On Saturday, the 20-year-old helped organize a three-on-three basketball tournament that drew a large crowd to Moody Park for hoops, food and music. A day later, she was shot and killed near the park.
Three years after his arrest in Sherman Park, State Rep. Jonathan Brostoff remembers a community in pain caring for each other.
We checked in with four faith leaders in the city and asked them their thoughts about the unrest in Sherman Park three years ago.
Three years after the unrest, what stands out in the memories of Sherman Park residents? We visit the Sherman Phoenix to ask business owners and patrons.
Young people from the Sherman Park neighborhood reflect on the unrest that took place after the fatal shooting of 23-year-old Sylville Smith by a Milwaukee police officer three years ago.