For many restaurants in Northeast Wisconsin, outdoor dining has been key this summer to maintaining business during the pandemic. But days like today, with temperatures in the 70's, won't be around for long.
Election days look a lot different this year during the pandemic. For some, it’s changed where they vote or even how they vote. But, for people with disabilities, even a normal election year can bring certain challenges.
Due to COVID-19, an annual event at Lambeau Field to benefit the families of fallen firefighters, and remember those who gave their lives on 9/11, won't be held this year. But you can still take part in the 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb this year virtually.
It’s been a year since a Kaukauna-based company shared its plans to offer a new housing option in the area. At first it was the bare bones of an idea, but by early this year Seniors First Remodeling showcased an initial model of a Linked Living Home. Now, they have families putting them to use.
As people age it can become harder to live independently, whether due to physical or financial limitations. But one Outagamie County program aims to help by making a variety of home services more accessible to seniors.
Wisconsin’s Department of Health Services has noted hundreds of long-term care facilities with positive COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began. Those establishments, like nursing homes, often house a lot of people who are particularly vulnerable to the virus.
A developer who purchased the former National Tinsel Company building in Manitowoc found thousands of unopened Christmas decorations in the building. And now the owner if holding a liquidation sale to get rid of all of the items.