Three years ago, 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.
Welcome to NNS Summer Survival Guide, which will give you the resources you need to have a successful summer. Did we miss anything? Email us at email@example.com and put “NNS Survival Guide” in the subject line or catch us on Facebook, where you can leave comments.
Single fathers in Milwaukee have something they want you to know: Not every black man is a deadbeat Dad. And many are taking care of their kids.
Anna Mae Robertson once spent her time evading Nazi U-boats in war-torn Europe as a member of the only all-female African American battalion that served overseas in World War II.
Native American youths learn about their rich heritage in culture classes being offered at the Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center.
Mother’s Day is right around the corner, so we are honoring some of Milwaukee’s finest. And we offer suggestions of where you can take your shero to eat.
You may have heard that Lincoln Hills is closing, but what does that mean for Milwaukee youth and for our neighborhoods? Let’s break it down. Everything you need to know, all in one place.
Black homeownership dipped to 41.7 percent nationwide in 2016, a 50-year low. “Locked Out: Solutions to the Black Homeownership Decline” will examine the problems and offer some solutions.
It’s an honor to lead the Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service. Expect us to continue to celebrate the many good things happening in our neighborhoods as we strengthen our watchdog role in the community.
Today is my last day at Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service. As I prepare to say goodbye to my staff, colleagues and friends in Milwaukee, I wanted to address a few words to you, our readers.