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The New North and St. Norbert College survey found 2/3 of responding businesses fear their industries will face challenges they cannot hire their way out... [Read More]
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For the sixth time in six years, Bellin Health delivered high quality and low cost patient care in a Medicare program designed to lower costs. [Read More]
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The Sister Bay Shopko store is among the 120 remaining open as the company struggles to emerge from bankruptcy. [Read More]
The Oneida Nation has started to install solar panels on several tribal operations buildings, both embracing renewable energy and cutting tons of carbon emissions annually. [Read More]
Iowa developer Mike Frantz swung for the fences and missed on redevelopment projects in Green Bay, Wausau and Fond du Lac. [Read More]
Badger State Brewing Co. is expanding in ways large and small as it celebrates 5 years in business. [Read More]
The Greater Green Bay Convention and Visitors Bureau announced plans Thursday to build a $6.5 million visitors center near Lombardi Avenue and I-41. [Read More]
The Greater Green Bay Convention and Visitors Bureau announced plans Thursday to build a $6.5 million visitors center near Lombardi Avenue and I-41. [Read More]
Manhattan Lanes is undergoing a revamp that will see the former bowling alley converted into a strip center. Packerland Crossfit has already moved in. [Read More]
Green Bay's Protection and Policy Committee want more data before deciding whether to cut municipal fines for possessing small amounts of marijuana. [Read More]
The Hotel Northland wraps up a two-day job fair at the downtown YMCA on Wednesday. [Read More]
Green Bay will consider cutting penalties for marijuana possession; RDA weighs proposals to redevelop a downtown parking lot; two De Pere developments up. [Read More]
Titletown Cheese Trading Co. and Door Artisan Cheese Co. have taken their battle over cheddar to court. They're also fighting over 40,000 pounds of cheese... [Read More]
Capital Credit Union has bought the former Sparknet building at 1121 W. Main Ave. [Read More]
Ashwaubenon considers game-day sales ban; De Pere considers pick-up alcohol sales; Zambaldi Beer plans up for approval in Allouez. [Read More]
Downtown Green Bay has purchased a GumBuster, new street pole banners and a few more beautification items to spruce up downtown Green Bay. [Read More]
Andrew Coleman, who conspired with Daniel Kersten to embezzle $1.7 million from Kimberly-Clark, will be sentenced in federal court in Green Bay on Tuesday morning. [Read More]
Jim Rivett, involved with more than two dozen organizations, died Thursday. He was founder of Khrome advertising agency. [Read More]
Arketype Inc. abruptly closed earlier this month after 26 years in the marketing business. The company leaves behind a one-of-a-kind office space. [Read More]
On Aug. 20, the Bay Park Square department store gave shoppers 10 days before it closes. In Sturgeon Bay, shoppers could only have until Sunday. [Read More]
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