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The former Washington School for Comprehensive Literacy building on Sheboygan's north side has been sold for $300,000, pending a successful rezoning of the property, school officials announced Friday.
A future dueling piano bar could nab one of two remaining Class B liquor licenses in the city after a committee gave them the greenlight to apply.
The University of Wisconsin-Sheboygan will have a new, approximately $1.5 million engineering building by the start of the 2015-16 school year.
INSIGHT ON: Workforce Education – Streamlining skills training
$35M in state Blueprint for Prosperity grants pave the way for students, technical colleges, employers to collaborate toward filling in-demand jobs.
Facing a growing shortage of skilled workers, local manufacturing businesses are turning to Lakeshore Technical College to close the gap.
The Plymouth Education Foundation capital campaign to build the Food Science and Agriculture Center exceeded its $1 million goal in the first-ever capital campaign of its 25-year-old history.
The Plymouth Education Foundation’s capital campaign to raise funds for a new Food Science and Agriculture Center at Plymouth High School has exceeded its $1 million goal, the foundation announced Monday.
The Vollrath Co. is marking its 140th in busines this, capping an aggressive growth strategy that has nearly doubled the number of employees and included six acquisitions since 2009.
When it opened nearly 20 years ago, the Osthoff Resort became a new addition to Elkhart Lake's well-known role as a destination for vacationing families.
If you're looking for a nice, high-end apartment with all the frills in the Sheboygan area, chances are you're out of luck.