Local Business News
The Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation was founded to help create jobs. Now its leader says it must focus on filling those jobs.
When International Automotive Components shut down its Sheboygan plant four years ago, it left a nearly 300,000-square-foot hole in the county's manufacturing industry.
Sheboygan-area shoppers will have two fewer department store options next year.
Employment in Sheboygan County is looking up.
Forget the matches, the scented candles and the aerosol spray. Kohler Co. is tackling malodorous bathroom air at the toilet seat itself.
The city has announced a downtown summer concert series next year, though the exact location will depend on a planned demolition of the old Boston Store, the prospect of which was complicated last week when bids to level the building came in over what the city had budgeted.
Ice cream is once again being created behind the mock-Bavarian facade of the former Zurheide Ice Cream Co.
Sheboygan-based Community Bank and Trust will soon be known as Wisconsin Bank and Trust.
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.