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2022: A Year in Review

Check out some of our top stories and photos from each month of 2022.

Compiled by Janelle Fisher, City Pages Editor

In January, Paul Van Handel of NewCap gave handwarmers to unsheltered individuals in St. John’s Park. Temperatures were dropping into the mid-teens overnight and real feels were in the single digits.
Josh Staloch photo

In February, dozens of greater Green Bay area residents came together for a peaceful rally in a show of solidarity with the people of Ukraine. The rally hit home for two Notre Dame Academy exchange students and friends — Vlada Klymenko, of Ukraine, and Milana Volkova, of Russia.
Josh Staloch photo

In March, the Notre Dame Academy girls’ basketball team won its fourth state title overall with a 68-56 victory over Reedsburg in the WIAA Division 2 state championships.
Josh Staloch photo

In April, The Exclusive Company closed its doors, prompting former employee Pierre Jacques to open a new record shop in September — The Green Bay UFO Museum Gift Shop — where former Exclusive Company manager Tom Smith also works.
Audrey Thomas photo

In May, the community observed the one-year anniversary of a tragic shooting at the Duck Creek Kitchen and Bar, the Oneida Casino/Radisson Conference Center in Ashwaubenon, that claimed the lives of employees Jacob Bartel and Ian Simpson. Bartel’s grandparents participated in a healing ceremony to commemorate their and the community’s loss.
Josh Staloch photo

In June, crews from all over the area, including these in the Village of Hobart, worked around the clock to clean up their community following a big storm.
Mike Hollihan photo

In July, soccer fans enjoyed tailgating while getting ready to watch the FC Bayern Munich games at Lambeau Field.
Greg Bates photo

In August, hundreds of people celebrated National Farmers’ Market Week as they strolled down Washington Street at the Saturday Farmers’ Market in downtown Green Bay.
Josh Staloch photo

In September, new dual-language signage was unveiled on the west side of Duck Creek Bridge. After the unveiling, Buffalo Creek Drum performed an Honor Song.
Josh Staloch photo

In October, a crowd of grateful citizens gathered at Austin Straubel International Airport to welcome local veterans and their guardians home from the second Stars and Stripes Honor Flight to depart from Green Bay.
Josh Staloch photo

In November, On Broadway, Inc. held its first Christkindlmarket — a traditional German-style holiday market. Vendors sold unique gifts and attendees could enjoy holiday movies, carolers and classic food and drinks.
Josh Staloch photo

In December, CupOJoy moved into its new, much larger location just in time for its Christmas events and annual benefit concert.
Janelle Fisher photo

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