Local Business News
A groundbreaking ceremony was recently held for a 5,100-square-foot Butler metal building addition at Packaging Systems of Wisconsin. The expansion will allow the Town of Sheboygan business, located at 3706 Enterprise Drive, more room for warehousing their high quality packaging equipment and materials for distribution to area manufacturers.
CLEVELAND, WI – Lakeshore Technical College (LTC) recently received a grant of $897,039 to enhance and expand career pathways for dislocated workers, veterans, and other adult learners, to build a skilled workforce in the information technology (IT) sector within health care. The grant is part of a larger $23.1 million investment by the U.S. Department of Labor to Wisconsin’s 16 technical colleges to address emerging needs in the IT sector.
The Bon-Ton Stores, Inc. announced Wednesday that it will close its Boston Store location in Sheboygan early next year, leaving the downtown without its largest retail tenant.
Rockline Industries, one of the world’s largest private-label manufacturers of consumer wet wipes and coffee filters, announced Thursday that it will open a state-of-the-art Innovation and Technical Center adjacent to its corporate headquarters in Sheboygan.
Sheboygan was the state’s ninth most affordable city with an average price of $153,245.
MILWAUKEE — A new survey shows the most affordable homes in Wisconsin are in Ashland and the most expensive houses are in the Milwaukee suburb of Whitefish Bay.
Muth Mirror Systems is planning a major expansion that could add about 140 jobs to its Sheboygan operations over the next few years.
Gov. Scott Walker will be the featured speaker at the Sheboygan County Economic Development Corp.’s annual meeting to be held next month in Elkhart Lake, the organization announced Monday.