Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
Aug 25th, 2016 by Rebecca Carballo
Harbor District Inc. soliciting ideas for old industrial land along the lake, KK River.
Aug 24th, 2016 by Mitchell Mittelstedt
Milwaukee Christian Center program employs adults aged 18-24, and has built 14 new homes.
Op-EdAug 24th, 2016 by Will Tchakirides
As Ald. Rainey has argued, racism led to violent uprising.
Aug 23rd, 2016 by Andrea Waxman
In wake of violent uprising in neighborhood, two spoken word groups perform.
Aug 22nd, 2016 by Rebecca Carballo
Artist-led project creates mural on wall of El Rey grocery on 13th and Burnham.
Aug 21st, 2016 by Rebecca Carballo
TRUE Skool summer intern program teaches teens lasting life skills using the arts.
Aug 19th, 2016 by Edgar Mendez
Milwaukee Film’s new series, Cine Sin Fronteras, will capture Latino community’s diversity.
Aug 18th, 2016 by Jabril Faraj
Poverty, segregation, racial profiling by police all led to explosion, they note.
Op-EdAug 17th, 2016 by Venice R. Williams
It is destructive systems, not property, that need to be burned down.
Aug 16th, 2016 by Andrea Waxman
Violence in neighborhood is reaction to racism, lack of jobs and quality education, they say.
Aug 12th, 2016 by Mark Doremus
Bronzeville forum discusses issue, looks for solutions.
Aug 10th, 2016 by Jabril Faraj
Local leaders call for comprehensive solution to gun violence in Milwaukee.