A guide for renters at risk of eviction during the coronavirus pandemic
Jeanette Kowalik and Lilliann Paine are leading Milwaukee’s coronavirus response — and inspiring officials nationwide to examine racism as a public health crisis.
On Aug. 13, 2016, the neighborhood was thrust into the spotlight after violence erupted following the death of Sylville Smith, who was fatally shot by a Milwaukee Police Department officer.
NNS Deputy Editor Adam Carr joins Joy Powers of WUWM for our monthly conversation with “Lake Effect.” He shares neighborhood events taking place throughout the month.
In less than a month, Wisconsin votes again. Here’s what you need to know about the Aug. 11 primary election.
Metcalfe Park Community Bridges begins a new online series. LIT hosts “For the Culture” on Instagram Live. Check out MCTS’ virtual job fair and “StoryBooks and Bikes” at the Sherman Phoenix. Last, EmpowerUs Movement holds a block party.
Milwaukee NNS wants to know what question you have to help shape our coverage. Do you have questions about COVID-19 in Milwaukee or how the state is responding to it? What information can we provide that will help you or make life easier as we all deal with this pandemic?
Through marches, murals and speeches, LGBTQ+ members of the Black Lives Matter movement are leading crucial conversations in the community.
The announcement that buses would be suspended from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. through Sunday, June 7 could not come at a worse time for some MCTS bus riders.
The death of George Floyd and the protests that have followed have forced yet another national conversation on race in America. Today, more NNS readers weigh in on the topic.