Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out these events throughout the Omaha area.
"People are ecstatic" about North Omaha's Native Omaha Days celebration this week, says one of the organizers, and "it's open to everyone."
School districts can protect public health by requiring mask wearing for elementary and middle school children who are too young to be vaccinated.
Organizations are doing worthwhile planning, but residents need visible indications, now, of concrete progress.
A $3 million in-depth study of the corridor, including public input, will help Metro decide how to proceed.
Harold Love Jr. has to raise his voice over the blare of traffic from the interstate that was built over his family's home in Nashville, Tenne…
The ties between Omaha and Carlentini are already strong. It makes great sense to have a formal sister city relationship.
The Inclusive Communities Humanitarian of the Year Award goes to an individual or group whose work aligns with the organization’s mission and …
Alexis Sherman is the Inclusive Communities Volunteer of the Year.
A push for broader representation in public libraries and schools can help build empathy among children, and combat the idea of Asian Americans as "perpetual foreigners."
Studies and surveys reveal the emotional and physical harm to people across the planet from social disengagement.
Actor Michael Cavalieri's visit during the Santa Lucia Festival boosted an effort by local groups to establish ties with Carlentini. Many of Omaha’s Italians came from the Sicilian town.
The mural will be near the northern end of the planned North Omaha Trail, and several more murals along the trail are expected to celebrate the community's art, history and culture.
The current generation of leadership should make way for North Omaha youth, who have the energy and vision to address community challenges.
NOTICE is hereby given that a meeting of the Construction Manager at Risk (CM@R) Selection Committee (“Selection Committee”) of Douglas Cou…
Eighty-three years ago today, the Omaha Star, a weekly publication and Nebraska's only Black-owned newspaper, put out its first issue.
North Omaha community leaders and Omaha police plan to work together to make sure the large crowds that gather early in the morning disperse before violence occurs.
Lessons focus on creating gifts for elderly people in senior centers, packing food bags for people experiencing food insecurity, making gifts for hospital-bound children and giving welcome packages to recent immigrants and refugees.
Recently, residents of some Sand Hills communities came together to remember two pioneer girls who ventured too far and became lost in the featureless tangle of hills and valleys near Thedford.
Success downtown sends a positive message to visitors and provides needed jobs and economic activity for residents.
Just as our community devotes great energy to supporting to Offutt Air Force Base, the base's Heartland of America gives back to the community.