The goal is to have one family move into the first floor by Christmas. The second family will be able to move in by next summer.
The Oshkosh Fire Department starts it’s 15th annual food and toy drive for the Salvation Army.
A new program at UW-Green Bay is helping recover wasted food, and using it to feed others.
Carson Murfield is a 3-year-old who was diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumor at five months old.
Nick Nesvacil signed copies of his new book “I Got Cancer, But Cancer Didn’t Get Me” Thursday. It was all to raise money for the group he st…
Audrey Nowak is starting a two-year program, on harp therapy. Aurora BayCare Medical Center in Green Bay is her sponsor.
Watch two graduates of the Guitars for Vets program in Green Bay perform.
With 32 chapters in 15 states, Guitars for Vets gives veterans private lessons and a guitar.
Life has many hardships — from a death in the family — to a young child being diagnosed with cancer. Those hardships are why one woman in …
Demand for the Community Clothes Closet’s services has increased over the past nine years.