Gov.-elect Scott Walker detailed plans for a public-private agency to replace the Commerce Department and vowed the new entity would not suffer the same problems plaguing similar agencies in other states.
Blessed with early snow, resorts in northern Wisconsin and Michigan report the winter tourism season is off to successful start.
The number of people applying for unemployment benefits fell to its lowest point in nearly two and a half years, a sign that the job market is slowly improving.
Happy Holidays! Pickle’s school is closed for the week, so he and I are hanging out at home. It’s been a blast so far and we’re only on Day Two. Here’s what our days have consisted of: 1. Wake up and watch Little Bear; have juice and fish oil pills/tangerine-flavored chewables for P. 2. Eat [...]
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Hi there, how was your holiday? Can you believe it’s over? I took down our tree yesterday, I usually leave it up until after the new year but it was losing so many needles…I felt the urge. I re-organized all of my ornaments and decorations into smaller boxes to fit in my kitchen benches. It [...]
John Burton of Shorewest REALTORS® was named REALTOR® of the Week by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
The city of Wausau has announced plans to spend $2.6 million to purchase 16 acres of land along the eastern shore of the Wisconsin River and complete a major section of its River Edge Trail.
Wisconsin REALTORS® Association (WRA) research shows that sales of existing homes in the state fell 34 percent last month compared to November 2009, while the median sale price declined by $50.
Based on data from Multiple Listing Service (MLS), year-to-date home sales in Fond du Lac County, Wis., have declined 10.5 percent this year compared to 2009 versus a 6.9 percent overall decrease for Wisconsin.