Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
Dec 26th, 2013 by Brendan O’Brien
Milwaukee's Common Ground creates one of 24 non-profit plans funded with loans from Obamacare.
Dec 20th, 2013 by Mark Doremus
Loft apartments, a jazz club and multi-story hotel were among the development ideas for at a brainstorming session.
Dec 18th, 2013 by Karen Stokes
Habitat for Humanity and other groups working to strengthen homes and families in the area.
Dec 17th, 2013 by Andrea Waxman
City government, foundations, non-profits and faith groups work together to improve housing and bring jobs.
Dec 16th, 2013 by Maria Corpus
Will Allen and Growing Power celebrate two decades an an international leader in the field.
Dec 13th, 2013 by Sharon McGowan
Finalists for 2014 Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation include Three Bridges Park and 15 others.
Dec 11th, 2013 by Scottie Lee Meyers
Residents in 115 Milwaukee neighborhoods are connecting to each other through an online site called Next Door.
Dec 5th, 2013 by Edgar Mendez
Many Milwaukee students midway on exams must pass by December 12 or start over on tougher, more expensive new test.
Dec 3rd, 2013 by Rick Brown
82% of those whose licenses are suspended for failing to pay fines are minorities, who are left without a way to drive to work.
Dec 2nd, 2013 by Scottie Lee Meyers
Half of 456 non-fatal shooting victims were under age 24; unemployment often linked to violence.
Nov 29th, 2013 by Andrea Waxman
North side program has taught some 400 people, helping meet post-recession needs in the industry.
Nov 27th, 2013 by Brendan O’Brien
What steps can the Harambee neighborhood take to change and improve it?