SHEBOYGAN, WI – Ladies and gentlemen ages 21+ are invited to attend “The Greatest Show on Turf,” Meals On Wheels of Sheboygan County’s seventh annual June-A-Palooza fundraiser, being held 2:30-10 p.m. Saturday, June 29 at Christopher Farm & Gardens. Discounted tickets are available for a limited time at juneapalooza.com.
St. Spyridon Greek Orthodox Church will host its annual Greek Fest , a three-day celebration of Greek food and dancing at Sheboygan’s lakefront Deland Park June 28-30.
SHEBOYGAN – A tree-killing insect infestation that was officially confirmed in Sheboygan three years ago has grown to extreme proportions.
“At this point, I would assume that every ash tree in the county has emerald ash borer in it,” City Forester Tim Bull said.
Editor’s note: In light of the recent non-fatal car-train collision at the Pleasant View Road crossing in Plymouth , as well as the city’s petition to the state railroad commissioner to study the adequacy of warnings at six city crossings following the restart of a cross county rail line, The Beacon is reprinting our story from The Review, Dec. 18, 1984.
The Sheboygan Falls Plan Commission provided limited preliminary approval to a conditional-use permit request for a hemp processing facility to occupy an existing building in Vision Business Park, during a monthly meeting held Tuesday, May 28, at the Sheboygan Falls Municipal Building.
Sheboygan Visual Artists (SVA) held their 11th annual Golden Frame Awards Friday May 31, 2019 at the EBCO Artworks Gallery, 1221 Erie Ave, Sheboygan WI.
Now in its sixth year of mobilizing local Christian churches to transform lives and communities through relationships in the name of Christ, Love INC of Sheboygan County is preparing for the third annual Love Fore Love event at Harbor Pointe Miniature Golf Course in Sheboygan on Saturday, June 15.
South recently hosted the 2019 Redwing Pride Assembly to honor many students and staff members at South High School. The awards included areas of academics, athletics, and fine arts. The following is […]
Construction on the Broughton Marsh’s next big addition missed its due date, but the marsh’s friends are working hard to get it started before the year is through.
Friends of the Sheboygan County Broughton Marsh is a nonprofit formed in 2004 for the purpose of promoting increased usage of the Broughton Marsh. Its first project was an 80-foot observation tower. Fundraising for the project began in 2006, and the tower was constructed in 2009. It still stands as Wisconsin’s tallest wooden observation tower.