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.
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 goal of City on the Hill’s free clinic is to provide a medical “home” for the homeless: that is, people without insurance.
Almost 30 years after acquiring the campus vacated by Concordia College, the Forest County Potawatomi have renovated and revitalized the property.
Rev-Up Milwaukee’s small business competition winners are reshaping the commercial corridors of the Near West Side through new storefronts.
A service trip to Kenya awakened Jeff Hanson to disparities in access to technology. After returning to Milwaukee, he created Digital Bridge, which offers computer training to residents and access to low-cost computers.
This gallery features festively decorated homes in each of the 18 neighborhoods NNS covers.
The New State Theater project, an all-ages music venue and center for music education and training on the Near West Side, is expected to open in Fall 2020. While still awaiting approval from the Common Council and the mayor, developers are anxious to start swinging hammers.
Neighborhood House recently invited community members to enjoy a Giving Thanks Potluck.
Sponsored by Near West Side Partners and BID #10, The 2018 Spirit of Wakanda Festival included music, dance performances and local black art for sale.