Sheboygan, WI - For the first time in at least 10 years, the City of Sheboygan has a new condo complex being constructed. Located 15th Street between Wisconsin and Niagara Ave, Water’s Edge offers home ownership to those who want to live on or near water, seek walkability to retail, restaurants, and the lakefront, and who crave freedom to carry-on with personal hobbies instead of spending hours on home maintenance and care.
Sheboygan, WI, January 18 — Kim Johnson was not certain she could ever manage to replace her old, broken-down Cadillac, but with the completion of the Lakeshore Wheels program through Consumer Credit Counseling Service and financing through Kohler Credit Union, Johnson picked up her 2013 Santa Fe from Sheboygan Chevrolet and is happy to have reliable transportation.
The 16th annual Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest is accepting entries online for the 2019 competition until 5 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019.
Sheboygan Falls - Cooking and eating local is a top priority for Diana Woodworth and her culinary students at Sheboygan Falls High School. Fortunately, they don’t have far to go.
SHEBOYGAN - An application was submitted by a development group to build a multifamily and commercial space on Sheboygan's south side.
SHEBOYGAN - Whether it's taking over a chiropractor's office or opening a concert venue, 10 people with different business ideas meet every Wednesday in Sheboygan as part of the Entrepreneurial Training Program, an eight-week course in developing a business plan and learning how to run a business.
Five-story building planned
A developer plans to build a five-story apartment building on a parking lot site in downtown Sheboygan.
It's a problem, but a good problem. The City of Sheboygan is dealing with a potential housing crisis and the demand for new places to live isn't slowing down as employers continue to recruit new workers to the area.
FreshTech aims to foster collaborative ideas
The Sheboygan County Economic Development Corp. has named the new business district being formed south of downtown Sheboygan the FreshTech Innovation District.
3,000 jobs to fill, but not enough places to live
Sheboygan County has the jobs and the people who want them, but they don't have enough places for those people to live.