Tuesday, August 3rd, National Night Out returns to thousands of parks and neighborhoods across the country. It's taking on an added focus this year, providing a new opportunity for police to rebuild trust and relationships fractured during civil unrest over the last year.
Discussions answering the complex questions: what is critical race theory and what does it mean for our history books were posed to the people of Manitowoc today, July 25, by a group called Lakeshore’s United Visionaries. They are a new non-profit promoting diversity and will celebrate their one year anniversary as an organization on July 31.
Kicking and screaming girls on a Saturday morning at St. Mary Catholic High School in Neenah may be an uncommon sight. However, the goal of today’s Fearlessly Fierce self-defense event put on by Girl Scout Gold Award hopeful Kaitlyn Powers is not a niche need.
North East Skateboarding Trust in Wisconsin is trying to bring their beloved sport to skaters of all ages, year round. Hopefully through fundraisers like today’s Brat Fry hosted by the Fox Valley Christian Fellowship.
The local Color Guard chapter has led the Manitowoc Fourth of July parade every summer since it launched three years ago under mayor Justin Nickels's leadership. An honor their ranks don't take lightly.
A family-owned business has completed its takeover of the empty Shopko store in Waupaca. After both the Shopko and local Kmart closed within a year of each other in 2019, the store opening is coming as a relief to many shoppers.
Residents in Green Bay, Ashwaubenon, Hobart, Wrightstown and the Town of Scott are being asked to conserve water Saturday so crews can shut down one of the two main pipelines that brings water to the area. They need to rescue a robot stuck inside one of the lines.