Latest News


14th Taste of the Villages returns in-person April 21

Apr 16, 20223 min read
After two years of virtual events because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 14th annual Taste of the Villages and Auction will once again be in-person

Gerrits settling back into civilian life after third overseas deployment

Apr 6, 20225 min read
Tyler Gerrits, a local firefighter, returns from the deserts of Iraq after serving with the Army National Guard and its 135th Medical Company.

Muraski, Suennen share Howard’s most important issues

Apr 2, 20223 min read

By Press Times Staff HOWARD – Though the April 5 ballot in the Village of…


NDA junior earns Eagle Scout, recognition from area representatives

Feb 22, 20223 min read
All eyes were on Notre Dame junior Camden Chrudimsky, 17, Sunday, Feb. 13 at the Boy Scout Troop 1113 B Court of Honor ceremony at St. John the Baptist School (SJB)

Area phy ed teacher offers new opportunities to students

Feb 18, 20224 min read
Bay View Elementary’s Riley Knapp said he often looks outside the box to come up with new, fun activities to engage his students
Providence Academy

Providence Academy set to open in new year

Dec 27, 20213 min read
Just 14 months after breaking ground, a new 50-acre, 51,000-square-foot, $12-million facility will soon be ready for Providence Academy’s students

Howard park to be named after Lions Club

Dec 27, 20213 min read
The Village Board agreed to name the new park as a Lions Park, in recognition of the service provided to the village by the Howard-Suamico Lions Club

Being in a pickle (company) holds good memories for some

Dec 15, 20216 min read
With the demolition of the former pickle factory building, those connected to the building’s history can’t help but look back at its past

Howard apartment development seeks TIF assistance

Dec 9, 20213 min read
The Howard Village Board gave final approval to a planned development district to construct a 142-unit apartment development at 2450 Duck Creek Parkway

Howard board approves new police services contract

Dec 6, 20213 min read
The Howard Village Board agreed Nov. 22 to contract for another three years with the Brown County Sheriff’s Office for police services
Scroll to Top