Jeff Bollier, HTR

Jeff Bollier

HTR

Green Bay, WI, United States

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Recent:
  • HTR
  • Green Bay Press-Gaz.
Past:
  • Post-Crescent Media
  • Daily Tribune Media
  • Oshkosh Northwestern
  • Daily Herald Media
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  • SheboyganPress Media
  • Fond du Lac Reporter
  • Great Falls Tribune
  • Packers News
  • KARE 11

Recent articles by Jeff:

HTR

Wisconsin home sales up 25% in October, as markets recover from pandemic plunge

Existing home sales in northeastern and central Wisconsin sharply rebounded in October, showing double-digit increases over October 2019 and pushing sales nearly 5% higher, year-to-date. → Read More

'Little house we love so much': De Pere couple, Habitat for Humanity celebrate loan payoff by ripping apart mortgage

Twenty-two years ago Habitat for Humanity built the Roman family a home in De Pere. The family says the house changed their lives forever. → Read More

Ashwaubenon in talks with developer on senior housing, townhouses on Mike McCarthy Way

Ashwaubenon this week will review the proposal, which based on tax credits would include units for lower-income renters. → Read More

Lawrence warehouse project withdrawn; Georgia-Pacific to look for new site in Green Bay area

Georgia-Pacific has halted its effort to build a 1.1 million-square-foot warehouse in Lawrence ahead of a town public hearing planned for Wednesday night. → Read More

South Bridge Connector development moves forward with OKs from state, feds

The South Bridge Connector has an official route now. A tentative timeline estimates actual construction of the route could still take from 2025-2032. → Read More

Home buyers in northeast Wisconsin can get up to $6,000 for a down payment, if qualified and quick

North Shore Bank and NeighborWorks Green Bay have $276,000 available, enough to help over 40 families in an 11-county area. → Read More

Judge upholds Green Bay Police officer's discipline for leaking information about sexual assault suspect to alderman

A Brown County judge has sided with the city in a 2019 case that alleged an officer was disciplined for revealing private information without ever being given the chance to respond to the charges. → Read More

Early in-person voting starts Tuesday in Brown County. Here's what you need to know.

Voters can cast what's known as an "in-person absentee ballot" in Wisconsin from Oct. 20 through Nov. 1. Here's when and where Brown County voters can vote ahead of the Nov. 3 election. → Read More

Shopko severance: Bankruptcy judge approves $3 million for 4,000 former workers promised severance

The bankruptcy judge overseeing the liquidation of Shopko's assets will approved a $3 million settlement fund to pay 4,000 of the former retailer's employees the severance they were promised during store closings last year. → Read More

'We are ready for your vote': Green Bay adds drop boxes as over 24,000 city voters request absentee ballots

From absentee drop boxes to poll worker PPE, Green Bay Mayor Eric Genrich said the city is ready to count ballots no matter how they're cast. → Read More

Lawrence committee recommends Town Board deny Georgia-Pacific rezoning for massive warehouse

Opponents of a request to develop a 1.1 million-square-foot warehouse in the town of Lawrence cheered Wednesday's vote. But the debate isn't over. → Read More

'Super-bonkers': Refinancing keeps Wisconsin housing industry busy through small dip in sales

Wisconsin's housing industry continues its roller coaster ride into fall as interest rates remain low, home values continue to rise and inventory remains low. → Read More

A new generation of warships won't have crews. Marinette Marine is in the hunt to design and build them.

Fincantieri Marinette Marine will develop a prototype of a large, crewless vessel under a contract it received from the U.S. Navy in September. → Read More

South Bridge Connector route to be finalized by October; Brown Co., De Pere, Lawrence funding $1.2 million engineering study

Brown County and local governments hope allocating $1.2 million to perform engineering and design work next year will keep the South Bridge Connector project moving forward. → Read More

There's a new Streetwise reporter in Green Bay while Press-Gazette's Bollier takes on regional beat

Say hello to Alexandria Bursiek Kloehn as she takes over the Streetwise business beat from Jeff Bollier. → Read More

Ashwaubenon approves new housing, commercial project east of Lambeau Field

Merge Urban Development inked a development agreement with Ashwaubenon to build an 85-unit, $11 million apartment building on Mike McCarthy Way. → Read More

Bay Port teacher dies after being hospitalized with COVID-19, Howard-Suamico School District says

Heidi Hussli's death Thursday is believed to be the area's first involving a teacher since the school year began several weeks ago. → Read More

A Green Bay City Council member wants the city to buy East Town Mall. Here's what he'd do with it.

East Town Mall is for sale. Again. Green Bay City Council member Brian Johnson has ideas for the property. → Read More

De Pere businesswoman recognized as 2020 Women in Business Champion

Bridget O'Connor, of O'Connor Connective and The Connective, was presented the SBA Wisconsin 2020 Women in Business Champion Award Thursday afternoon for her work creating more opportunities for women to run their own business. → Read More

Many offices still empty as employees continue to work remotely, employers remain cautious

Many white collar employees have worked remotely for six months. How soon they might return varies as analysts expect demand for office to lag into 2021. → Read More