Natalie Eilbert, Green Bay Press-Gaz.

Natalie Eilbert

Green Bay Press-Gaz.

Green Bay, WI, United States

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Recent articles by Natalie:

Diverse cities, whiter suburbs, dying farms: 5 ways northeast Wisconsin has changed

A look at the trends behind the numbers showing greater racial diversity in northeast Wisconsin from the 2020 U.S. Census. → Read More

Diocese of Green Bay issues response to advocacy group claims of new clergy abuse evidence

Diocese of Green Bay said in a statement it "has and will continue its practice of notifying authorities of allegations of abuse it receives." → Read More

'Home is here': Northeast Wisconsin's surge in diversity forged by opportunities, grit and an inclusive vision

Our region's Hispanic, Black, Asian and Indigenous communities boomed in a decade. Yearlong series debuts with the stories behind the numbers. → Read More

Green Bay forecast for Saturday Packers-49ers playoff game calls for wind chill of zero, possible snow

Bundle up! The Green Bay Packers' playoff game at Lambeau Field will be frigid with possible snow showers. → Read More

Brown County MLK Celebration Committee commemorates the People's March in 27th annual event

Brown County celebrates a day made solemn and hopeful by memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. → Read More

Catholic Charities reaches milestone as 100th Afghan refugee arrives in Green Bay area

About 150 evacuees from Afghanistan are expected to arrive by mid-February in the Green Bay area. → Read More

Bellin Health to receive 10 military members to assist with non-COVID-patient care

The Military assistance at Bellin Hospital will relieve a staffing burden for health care nurses and doctors. → Read More

Where to vote: Green Bay polling locations set for City Council and Brown County Board primary elections

The Green Bay City Council and Brown County Board have new polling locations for February primaries in the city. → Read More

Green Bay will have three contested primaries for City Council. Here are the candidates.

Eleven candidates will now prepare for a Feb. 15 primary for Green Bay City Council → Read More

HSHS limits hospital visitations in Green Bay, Sheboygan, Oconto Falls as COVID cases rise

As a COVID-19 surge continues to overwhelm hospital staffs, facilities are limiting patients to one visitor in some units. → Read More

Three Green Bay City Council members won't run again; seven face challenges in coming elections

Seven candidates will vie for three vacant council seats and two incumbents are poised to run unopposed. → Read More

Capturing the (paper towel) flag: an investigative report into Green Bay's coolest flag

Green Bay's 'paper towel' flag was a city icon in the 1970s. Natalie Eilbert investigates the original creator behind the flag. → Read More

Here’s why a Green Bay hospital is one of the first in the nation to receive military help

Bellin Hospital to receive a 20-person health care team to assist overwhelmed staff. → Read More

What do fluoride and 2020 election have in common? Both are prompting ethics complaint investigations in Green Bay

Green Bay's ethics complaints on fluoride and election integrity to carry heated debates into new year → Read More

Police requests to deter shootings in Green Bay granted by Finance Committee

The first use of COVID-relief dollars in Green Bay will address gun violence prevention → Read More

Should Green Bay spend $100,000 on a rebranding initiative? Most of the City Council thinks so.

In a 9-3 vote, the Green Bay City Council agreed to move forward with a project to rebrand its image. → Read More

Downtown west De Pere looks to community to learn about development priorities

As the old Shopko lot in languishes, some envision a retail and office space with residential units, a community green space, or a riverfront eatery. → Read More

Parents can get get children 5-11 vaccinated against COVID-19 at Neville Museum on Tuesday

The Neville Museum will open as a COVID-19 vaccine clinic for children. Walk-ins are welcome. → Read More

Green Bay makes first step toward rebranding city logo, projected to launch in January 2023

Green Bay is launching a rebrand project in 2023 including an updated logo and motto for the city. → Read More

'We have room': Five shelters collaborate to address homelessness as unsheltered needs rise

Green Bay's homeless population has grown fivefold. New website for city's five shelters provides easier access to resources for homeless and donors. → Read More