Lydia Slattery, Oshkosh Northwestern

Lydia Slattery

Oshkosh Northwestern

Oshkosh, WI, United States

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Past articles by Lydia:

A lack of affordable housing leaves Oshkosh-area residents feeling not just homeless, but hopeless

Fewer than 2% of the city's rental units are available, and rents are rising as demand surges. Oshkosh is studying the problem. → Read More

Fox Den Goods in Oshkosh shares owner's love for thrifting with online shoppers and pop-up markets

Kinni Peters owns Fox Den Goods, an online vintage and second-hand clothing and home items, and also organizes vintage markets in Oshkosh. → Read More

EAA AirVenture returns this week with a strong showing in attendance

EAA AirVenture Oshkosh returns this week after having to to cancel last year, with a strong attendance showing of attendance and exhibits. → Read More

Oshkosh Food Co-op opens Thursday with giveaways and a party planned for shoppers

The Oshkosh Food Co-op, 155 Jackson St., will open at noon Thursday with a ceremony as the first community-owned grocery store in northeast Wisconsin. → Read More

Streetwise roundup: Muza Sheet Metal moves, Marriott hotel to open in 2022

Muza Sheet Metal moved to South Oakwood Road, while the Marriott on Oshkosh Avenue is closer to opening. → Read More

'Summer isn't the same without EAA': Oshkosh ready for return of AirVenture, attendees

More than 600,000 people attend AirVenture each year, said Amy Albright, executive director for the Oshkosh Visitors and Convention Bureau. → Read More

Wittman airport's new terminal aims to support local business, boost regional economy

The Wittman Regional Airport's new terminal opened Wednesday, and local leaders say they hope it will boost the economy in the Fox Valley region. → Read More

Fourth of July parade, fireworks in Menominee Park among Independence Day events in Oshkosh

The Festival Foods Fireworks Show will return to Oshkosh Menominee Park for the Fourth of July with food trucks in the park starting at 3 p.m. → Read More

Boys & Girls Club of Oshkosh to expand with new center and remodel existing facility

The Boys & Girls Club of Oshkosh, which recently celebrated its 50th anniversary, announced plans to remodel and expand. Construction begins in 2022. → Read More

Mabel Murphy's reopens to a packed a house on North Main Street| Streetwise

Mabel Murphy's reopened to a packed house Monday night after a devastating fire destroyed the original building two years ago. → Read More

Winneconne man breaks world record for most pushups in a year to raise money for fallen first responders' families

Winneconne father of three Nate Carroll broke the record for most pushups in a year in an effort to raise money for first responders. → Read More

Mabel Murphy's reopens on North Main Street two years after fire

Mabel Murphy's, 701 N. Main St., is officially reopening at 3 p.m. after two years on hiatus, when a fire burned down the iconic Oshkosh tavern. → Read More

Pizza @ Hwy 44 to open second location next to Dunkin' in July

Pizza @ Hwy 44 will open a second location, called Pizza @ Hwy 21, in July. The restaurant will be located next to Dunkin' near Lakeshore Park. → Read More

There's a new garden shop on Witzel Avenue in Oshkosh. Here's what to know about UBloom

UBloom owner Brian Pribbenow has been a florist for 30 years and recently relocated. → Read More

'We had so much fun': South of the Border, an Oregon Street staple, closes after 18 years

After 18 years of serving Mexican food, South of the Border, 800 Oregon St., closed but the owner looks back fondly on her time there. → Read More

Dunkin' and Baskin-Robbins now open on Oshkosh Avenue

Dunkin', 1714 Oshkosh Ave., and Baskin-Robbin, 1610 Oshkosh Ave., opened Wednesday. → Read More

Former Smith Elementary School in Oshkosh added to Wisconsin Register of Historic Places

The Wisconsin Historical Society added the former Smith Elementary School to the State Register of Historic Places. → Read More

GO-EDC awards $250,000 loan to Oshkosh Food Co-op to spur job creation

The Greater Oshkosh Economic Development Corp. awarded a $250,000 loan to the Oshkosh Food Co-op and two $10,000 to local businesses. → Read More

Oshkosh Food Co-op to host three hiring events, looking for local suppliers

With the Oshkosh Food Co-op on track to open in later summer or early fall, the member-owned grocery store will host three hiring events in May and June. → Read More

New Wittman airport terminal will open at the end of June, just in time for EAA AirVenture 2021

Wittman Regional Airport Director Jim Schell expects crews will finish the new terminal June 13, just in time for EAA AirVenture, which starts July 26. → Read More