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In order to access federal emergency assistance, Sister Bay, Sturgeon Bay and Liberty Grove kept emergency declarations in place through June. [Read More]
Organizers called off the event that attracts hundreds due to health concerns. [Read More]
The project extends the life of the bridge deck, but will impede travel for the start of June. [Read More]
Rennes Health & Rehabitation Center joins Grancare Nursing Center and Odd Fellow Home as nursing homes under COVID-19 investigation. [Read More]
The county, though, would still prefer to have the public conduct business by phone or online. [Read More]
Brown County can use the grant to pay for emergency operations, personal protective equipment, cleaning supplies and other pandemic-related needs. [Read More]
Muhammad R. Hoskins, 26, turned himself into police after a man was shot in the leg around 11 p.m. on South Oakland Avenue near Seymour... [Read More]
The 17-year-old also faces two misdemeanors accusing her of injuring two other passengers while intoxicated. [Read More]
The latest case is not on the southern side of the county. [Read More]
Brennan Foley took the free course in case he could help and earn money in the pandemic. He says the skills are invaluable. [Read More]
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Aaron Jones' parents served a combined 56 years in the U.S. Army. "My parents have always been my biggest heroes," he said. [Read More]
Lab-based classes will meet in person for the hands-on portion and students will have to follow social distancing, the college said Tuesday. [Read More]
The Kroc Center will open its walking track and fitness equipment Wednesday and the Thrift Store will open, too. [Read More]
Brown County unveils 36-page guidelines to help area businesses reopen safely. Number of positive tests climbs to 2,233, plus 37 in the Oneida Nation. [Read More]
Three more incoming UWGB players said Tuesday that, as of now, they plan to still come to Green Bay. [Read More]
John M. Smejkal died after apparently losing control of his vehicle in his driveway on Saturday. [Read More]
The fair board is exploring opportunities for those who would have exhibited at the fair to do so through social media. [Read More]
Staff are returning this week and next under a phase-in plan that includes screening for COVID-19 similar to what the public will face before entry. [Read More]
It's almost as easy as opening a store bought bottle of sauce - provided you follow a few ingredient hacks. [Read More]
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