A Sherman Park resident reflects: “We had heard sirens and some smoke rising a few blocks up from our house, but we thought little of it.”
Three years ago this week, unrest in Sherman Park put the neighborhood-and our city-in the national spotlight. But what’s happened to the community since then? That’s the question we seek to answer this week – and our focus for the remainder of the year. Milwaukee County Sheriff’s vehicles patrol Sherman Park as park-goers enjoy the […]
Here are some things you should know about what followed after the unrest in Sherman Park in 2016.
“I still haven’t processed what I felt on that complicated weekend, but an hour or so after receiving that call, we heard people were gathering peacefully in Sherman Park. It felt like the place to be.”
It’s been almost three years since Sherman Park was thrust in the national spotlight after a weekend of unrest. We want to hear from you about that event for inclusion in stories we are working on for the week of Aug. 12.
In an open letter to the Milwaukee community, Ascension Wisconsin says it’s invested in its Ascension St. Joseph campus as an anchor for healthcare and community in the Sherman Park neighborhood and the greater Milwaukee community.
The St. Joseph Accountability Coalition is asking Ascension St. Joseph hospital to sign a legally binding agreement not to cut surgical and in-patient services at the North Side facility.
Nō Studios is hosting a dance fest featuring performances from the renowned Ailey II dance company based in New York City and six Milwaukee dance troupes.
Keisha Krumm, executive director of Common Ground, will step down this week after leading the organization for eight and a half years.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee recently opened its doors to a Teen Tech Center at the Mary Ryan Club, 3000 N. Sherman Blvd.