The Bucks did something many thought was impossible: They brought all of the city together.
Although the ‘rich rich’ are buying their kids’ admission into college, it’s really black and brown people who pay the ultimate price when we remain indifferent to education.
We are excited to announce a new partnership with WGLB 1560AM’s morning show hosts, Dennis Walton and Saryea Murchison. Our reporters will join them to offer an in-depth look at recently published articles, sharing stories and insights picked up while reporting.
At NNS, we’re committed to producing high quality, independent journalism in the public interest. We’re also a nonprofit.That’s why we’re thrilled to be a part of NewsMatch, a national initiative to support nonprofit news organizations. From now through the end of the year, NewsMatch will match your new monthly donation — every month for 12 months — or double your one-time gift, all up to $1,000.
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Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service is participating in NewsMatch, a program in which individual donations up to $1,000 will be matched through Dec. 31. Please help us get off to a great start by making a donation today to support our balanced coverage of Milwaukee’s central city neighborhoods.
More than 150 nonprofit newsrooms across the country, including Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service, will participate in this year’s NewsMatch, the largest grassroots fundraising campaign to support nonprofit news organizations.
Due to high demand, the panel discussion titled “Economic development without displacement: Easier said than done?” will be streamed live on the NNS Facebook page. For more information and to join the waitlist for the event, sponsored by NNS and Saint John’s On The Lake, click here and go to “Register.”
A two-part special report on the demise of South Side taverns by NNS reporter Edgar Mendez won a gold award in the “online hard feature” category at the Milwaukee Press Club’s annual Awards for Excellence in Wisconsin Journalism. Former NNS reporter Naomi Waxman won the bronze award in the same category for her special report on barriers to reproductive health.
NNS reporter Elliot Hughes goes on the air with Lake Effect Radio to discuss rising traffic fatalities as a result of “red light roulette” in Milwaukee.