Suddenly, Wisconsin looks like a much-improved place to do business - emphasis on "looks like."
A new report from the Wisconsin Department of Tourism shows a modest rebound in tourism spending in Sheboygan County last year, a trend local officials attribute to an improving economy and several high-profile summer sporting events.
Sheboygan officials announced Wednesday that an auto parts retailer and fitness center are planning to open in the Taylor Heights Shopping Center.
City and Plymouth Utilities officials, along with representatives from Bray Associates Architects and Mike Koenig Construction, and other local dignitaries manned the shovels Wednesday as ground was broken for the new $5.1 million Plymouth Utilities Operations Center at the intersection of County PP and South St.
Aurora Health Care clinics in Kiel, Howards Grove and Sheboygan Falls have achieved Level 3 recognition, the highest level available, as a Patient Centered Medical Home from the National Committee for Quality Assurance.
Oostburg-based Dutchland Plastics, a manufacturer of rotational and blow molded plastic products, set its highest monthly sales record in its history in March.
With Memorial Day just five weeks away, anxiety is building in the U.S. travel industry over how rising gas prices will affect recession-wary consumers, but in Sheboygan County, tourism officials see an opportunity.
Sheboygan-based Vollrath Co. has announced the acquisition of kitchen products manufacturer Traex Co. of Toledo, Ohio.
Wisconsin added manufacturing jobs for the third straight month in March, building on employment gains in a sector that dominates the state's economy and continues to lead the nation out of a downturn that took hold more than two years ago.