Jeff Bollier, Green Bay Press-Gaz.

Jeff Bollier

Green Bay Press-Gaz.

Green Bay, WI, United States

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Past articles by Jeff:

Road construction: Highway 172, Leo Frigo bridge top list of Green Bay-area projects

Road construction season has begun in the Green Bay area, with major projects on State 172 and the Leo Frigo Bridge scheduled to start soon. What to know. → Read More

Northeast Wisconsin Asian American professionals group set to launch with Green Bay event

The chapter's roots go back to 2020, when AAPI professionals in the region wanted to better support each other and increase their sense of belonging. → Read More

Brown County United Way provides key piece to help move Green Bay affordable housing project forward

The United Way will occupy first-floor space in the City East building, built on city-owned land in the 1100 block of East Walnut Street in Green Bay. → Read More

Why Wisconsin municipalities see 'major victory' in state Supreme Court 'dark store' decision

Communities hope a Wisconsin Supreme Court opinion issued Feb. 16 will make big box retailers think twice about challenging their property valuations. → Read More

Microsoft expands IT jobs education program with Green Bay-area roots to all 50 states

Microsoft piloted its TechSpark education initiative in northeast Wisconsin and six other regions of the U.S. It will now be expanded to all 50 states → Read More

Pączki near me: Northeast, Central Wisconsin bakeries taking orders ahead of Fat Tuesday

Fat Tuesday is Feb. 21 and that means its pączki time once again. Here are some Northeast and Central Wisconsin bakeries where you can find pączki. → Read More

Green Bay City Council seeks common ground to confront affordable housing crisis

More than a dozen people, both tenants and landlords, came forward to speak for over three hours on the issue of affordable housing → Read More

Many Wisconsin families struggle with child care. Tell us how it impacts your family.

A family can “afford” the cost of child care when it amounts to 7% of their monthly income, but they’re often spending closer to 20%. → Read More

Here are 3 ways Delta, Frontier airlines will expand flights, service out of Green Bay airport this spring

The service upgrades come after passenger traffic into and out of the airport increased 14.2% in 2022, said Marty Piette, the airport's director. → Read More

Paper Transport Inc. opens Broadway District offices in downtown Green Bay, preps for 'significant run' of growth

De Pere-based Paper Transport Inc. has lease office space in the Broadway District of downtown Green Bay to house up to 150 employees. → Read More

WPS resumes cleanup of pollution at former Green Bay headquarters site

Wisconsin Public Service has started the latest phase of a 20-year effort to clean up polluted soil and sediment on or near its former Green Bay headquarters building. → Read More

Carol Bush, a Green Bay philanthropist of boundless energy, creativity and smiles, has died

Carol Bush, with her late husband Robert, were leaders in giving back to Green Bay nonprofits with a focus on women, health care, child care and UWGB. → Read More

All aboard: Green Bay, Appleton, Oshkosh, Fond du Lac write letter backing Amtrak expansion

Seven major cities in Northeast Wisconsin sent a joint letter to federal railroad officials encouraging Amtrak to extend service from Milwaukee to Green Bay. → Read More

A lot happened this year. Here are 6 Green Bay area business stories readers gravitated toward

From the Day Street Mill to a wave of development on Green Bay's west side, here are six stories popular with readers in 2022. → Read More

South Broadway residents, businesses revive, rename neighborhood; hope to discuss development

The Shipyard Neighborhood Association wants to highlight, support and enhance the longtime working class neighborhood along South Broadway. → Read More

Green Bay offers local workers $10,000 for down payment on a home. Do you qualify?

Small business, nonprofit and city workers eligible for up to $10,000 towards down payment in a move that aims to help families and employers. → Read More

Zillow Gone Wild revives interest in unique, mid-century modern home long-known in Green Bay

Many Green Bay area residents have known about the Ottum house in Allouez for decades. The unique home found a much wider audience online in November. → Read More

Electric bills in Green Bay, Wausau, Oshkosh will go up, but not as much as WPS requested

State regulators aimed to reduce WPS' requested electric rate increase after consumer, business and environmental advocates raised concerns. → Read More

With the busy holiday travel season ahead, Milwaukee and Green Bay gas prices drop below $3

Wisconsin is not alone in seeing gasoline prices drop and trends could mean motorists see a national average around $3 in time for the holiday travel season. → Read More

Vacant, massive Howard office complex goes up for auction. Starting bid? $2.7 million

The vacant former UnitedHealth Group headquarters site in Howard will be auctioned off online between Nov. 28 and 30. → Read More