A 9-year-old Sheboygan boy was struck and killed by a City of Sheboygan garbage truck at North 14th Street and Center Avenue Wednesday, Oct. 9. The victim was identified by a police […]
North/South co-op qualifies Monday by winning sectional Four years ago, there were just six girls in the Sheboygan North/South golf program and they did not qualify for sectionals. This afternoon, they won […]
Perhaps you heard the hootin’ and hollerin’ as the North football team’s bus strolled through the streets Friday night.
A local charter fisherman said Lake Michigan is ready for increased fish stocking, and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is taking a serious look at doing just that.
Following an allegedly drunken fight in downtown Sheboygan, a Sheboygan Falls man is charged with harassing a police dog after police say he howled at it.
A worker paints the Acuity flag pole Aug. 20. The work began July 29 as part of routine maintenance for the 400-foot pole, the tallest in the world to fly an American […]
Kittens playing Saturday Aug. 24 by a barn on College Ave., Howards Grove. –Beacon photo by Mrs. Jo Hanson
Officers from the Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Department took to the rooftop of Dunkin’ Donuts on South Business Drive, Sheboygan, the morning of Friday Aug. 16 to help raise money for Special Olympics […]
What began with racial slurs hurled at a car of young black women trying to make a u-turn on a dead-end Sheboygan street led to a fight involving the father of one of the women surrounded by seven or eight white males coming at him, fending off full bottles of beer thrown at him, a shovel swung as a weapon, a large military-style knife thrust towards his abdomen, and a threat to lynch him, according to allegations made in a criminal complaint filed Monday by the Sheboygan County District Attorney.
2020 Corvette on display at Road America Aug 1-4, located at the Chevrolet display in the paddock. – photos by Les Tension ELKHART LAKE – The IMSA Road Race Showcase at Road […]