Jeff Bollier, Green Bay Press-Gaz.

Jeff Bollier

Green Bay Press-Gaz.

Green Bay, WI, United States

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Recent articles by Jeff:

Deja vu in Lawrence: Plan for huge warehouse in town raises familiar concerns for nearby residents

The developer has not identified the tenant for the proposed mega warehouse, but its size has neighbors concerned. → Read More

Developer is latest to propose affordable apartments on Green Bay vacant site near downtown

The city's Redevelopment Authority endorsed an Appleton developer's apartment building proposal for the 1100 block of East Walnut Street. → Read More

Green Bay native Laurie Butz to be new CEO of Capital Credit Union

Laurie Butz will return to Green Bay to become the new president and CEO of Capital Credit Union in November. → Read More

Green Bay, JBS formalize land donation for housing, neighborhood amenities

The company is giving $500,000 and 26.5 acres of land to the city to address a shortage of housing in the region. → Read More

Looking to live in the Packers' new 152-unit TitletownFlats apartment building? Rents start at $1,395 a month.

The Packers opened the 152-unit TitletownFlats apartment building on Thursday. Rentals range from a studios to three-bedrooms, with rents ranging from $1,395 to $3,495. → Read More

Alejandro Lagunes thirsted for a craft beer version of a traditional Mexican lager. Finding few, he's brewed up two.

Alejandro Lagunes missed the traditional lagers he would drink in Mexico. Finding none in northeastern Wisconsin, the Neenah resident decided to brew up a couple of varieties of his own. → Read More

Northeastern Wisconsin can solve its affordable housing crisis. Here's how and why we should.

For five months, our journalists explored the causes and solutions to northeastern Wisconsin's affordable housing crisis. Everyone can help solve it. → Read More

Frontier Airlines has added a third nonstop destination out of Green Bay Austin Straubel International Airport

Frontier Airlines will add a third, nonstop route when it begins service between Green Bay and Tampa, Florida. → Read More

Green Bay Packers challenge California sports memorabilia company's effort to trademark 'Twin Title Town'

A California company wants to trademark the phrase "Twin Title Town" after using it on a championship ring in 2020. The Green Bay Packers have challenged the request, saying it's too close to "Titletown." → Read More

H.J. Martin, Green Bay develop short- and long-term plan to redevelop Military Avenue Shopko site

H.J. Martin would be allowed to convert the original Shopko to industrial uses in the short-term while working with Green Bay to redevelop store into commercial, residential uses. → Read More

Bay Area Workforce board offers $8,000 in scholarships to pursue jobs in five high-demand industries

The Bay Area Workforce Development Board is offering 100, $8,000 scholarships to unemployed and under-employed people who want to pursue jobs in transportation, manufacturing, health care, construction and information technology. → Read More

Hospitals update visitor policies as northeast Wisconsin health care providers adapt to current COVID surge

The move comes as hospitals in the region have seen an increase in admissions due to the delta variant, but have not reached full capacity yet. → Read More

Visible, validated: UW-Green Bay artist's mural sets tone for LGBTQ+ community's Weekend of Pride! festival

An idea to paint a mural on the side of Wisconsin's second-oldest continually operating gay bar blossomed into a three-day celebration. → Read More

Green Bay will offer free high-speed internet in parks where neighborhoods are short on broadband

The city would use CARES Act funding to help families who lack broadband access get it for free at four neighborhood parks. → Read More

Oconto Falls woman accused of shooting officer remains in jail, as investigation continues

Authorities have not yet provided the identities of the wounded officer or the woman accused of shooting her in the head. → Read More

Wisconsin Rapids woman, 28, dies in head-on collision with semi-truck in Wood County

Nina Tubbs died Friday in a collision with a semi-truck that closed Highway 73 for almost seven hours, the sheriff’s office said. → Read More

Green Bay visitors center project has taken three years to get state funding, but Gov. Evers just offered new hope

The governor announced $10 million for Wisconsin "tourism infrastructure" projects. The local visitors center needs $2 million to start construction. → Read More

No NASA, no problem: Space exploration's next giant leaps a focus of AirVenture programs

The space shuttle sparked a passion for flying and space exploration that continues 40 years after its first launch. But what about the next era? → Read More

Discover Green Bay: Tourism and visitors agency launches new name, logo

The former Greater Green Bay Convention and Visitors Bureau has a new name and a new logo. → Read More

Bayside Marketplace in Ashwaubenon sells for $18.6 million

An unidentified Texas buyer has purchased Bayside Marketplace in Ashwaubenon for $18.6 million from Atlanta-based The Ardent Companies. → Read More