Sheboygan County means something different to everyone who lives here. It means something to visitors who vacation here, business people who travel here and kids who grow up here.
That meaning is evolving every day, and the Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation is working constantly to enhance what’s already working in the county and address the things that need a boost.
The crowded prisons of Sheboygan County are a hot topic among community members, and a local woman and her church are rallying concerned residents to make a difference.
GREENBUSH — Passing laws to have everyone on the same page regarding recreational all-terrain and utility-terrain vehicle usage has been an arduous task, as the Town of Greenbush board found out. With enthusiasts anxious to expand their reach with the vehicles, illegal usage has been seen by at least one town supervisor, but it seems there is little that can be done until the ordinances are in place.
SHEBOYGAN – With no child aid budget raise on the way until 2020, county officials are looking to local residents for a solution to one of the county’s most pressing issues.
An ominous yet fascinating cloud formation arrived in advance of stormy weather Thursday evening. According to the National Weather Service, thunderstorms are expected Friday afternoon into Friday night, but clearing for the […]
The Sheboygan city clerk’s office confirmed Wednesday that the construction underway near the Meijer store on Taylor Dr. is for a Panera Bread location. Currently, local aficionados of the bread, sandwich, salad […]
Have guests or family coming to visit? Looking for interesting perspectives on where to go in Sheboygan County? 25+ Sheboygan area artists have teamed up to recommend an array of “Hidden Gems […]
THE SHEBOYGAN RIVER’S WATERS are only a few inches below the boardwalk beside the Weather Center Cafe at 809 Riverfront Dr. as of Tuesday, June 25. The waters have receded since Monday, […]
SHEBOYGAN’S INAUGURAL GAY PRIDE PICNIC at Fountain Park on Saturday, June 22 gave recognition to the city’s LGBT community. Advertised as Sheboygan’s first ever gay pride event, it was hosted and organized […]