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A former business partner is suing the Oneida tribe for nearly $400 million in a breach-of-contract lawsuit stemming from a More A GREEN BAY, Wis.
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The Green Bay Phoenix rolled to a 72-55 victory over Valparaiso in the Horizon League Tournament quarterfinals at the Kress Events Center Wednesday night.
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Nearly 50 years after his first professional singing gig, Steve March-Torme continues belting out tunes and loving every minute of it.
Marinette County is offering a new emergency notification service to its residents and visitors.
Peshtigo Mayor Al Krizensky gave an updated report on the progress of a proposed fish viewing pier over the Peshtigo River on Monday, March 10, to the directors of the Peshtigo Chamber of Commerce.
A plea deal has been reached for a Green Bay man who drove into a police squad car, injuring an officer last summer.
Wisconsin Public Service has filed to retire two of the four operating coal-fired electric generating units at the J.P. Pulliam Plant in Green Bay.
The Madison-based Freedom From Religion Foundation is speaking out against a letter from Green Bay's mayor inviting Pope Francis to the area.
Green bay is currently financially involved in more than a dozen city development projects.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation Northeast Region in Green Bay is sending a reminder that a fifth public involvement meeting to discuss the US 151 Preservation Study in Fond du Lac County between WIS 49 and US 41 will be held tomorrow, Wednesday, March 12 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Oakfield Elementary School gym, 200 E. White Street, ... (more)
Year six of the Fox River Cleanup Project is scheduled to begin later this month but as we discovered today, that won't happen.
Transcontinental Inc. is buying Capri Packing as it moves into plastic packaging for cheese and fresh pasta to offset declines in traditional printing and soft advertising in its media division.
Assembly Bill 409 passed the Assembly in February and was referred to the Senate's Committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Veterans and Military Affairs.
The City of Green Bay now has the support of the Stadium District Board as it moves closer to the construction and restoration of the Hotel Northland.
People continue to survey the damage, amid scene many woke up to early Saturday, fire ripping through St. Lawrence Seminary High School in Fond du Lac County.