During her 10-year tenure as executive director of the Dominican Center, Sister Patricia Rogers encouraged Amani residents to trust their voices and steer their community toward a better tomorrow.
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.
Residents won’t have to worry about utility disconnections until April thanks to a decision Thursday by the Public Service Commission.
Refugees from across the world come to the Neighborhood House of Milwaukee to learn English and prepare for citizenship. Students and staff take time to celebrate with a potluck dinner, music and gifts during a holiday party.
The Franciscan Peacemakers has opened a retail store and an outreach center in Walnut Hill for victims of sex trafficking.
The goal of City on the Hill’s free clinic is to provide a medical “home” for the homeless: that is, people without insurance.
Life is sweet for baker Alan Goodman, the winner of Rev-Up MKE 2019.
As the small business competition celebrates its fourth year, NNS talks with previous winners to see what lessons can be learned from their experiences.
Rev-Up MKE, a small business competition that has helped launch several successful businesses, will announce its latest winners Tuesday, Sept. 24.
Here are some of the beautiful faces the NNS team met as we did family portraits at Washington Park Wednesdays and at “Music at Mitchell Park” on Sunday.