The City of Appleton has once again been named a Tree City USA.
A major road construction project is set to affect many drivers on the south side of Appleton starting Monday.
Reid Golf Course opens for the 2015 season at 10:00 a.m. today with new staff and some early season golf specials.
The Appleton Health Department is now offering more vaccine clinics in an effort to support young families.
If you are one of the 14,000 drivers who use the Oneida Street bridge each day, you may want to plan for extra time for the next few months.
Drivers looking to access Fratello’s restaurant and the Paper Discovery Center may need to use an alternate route for much of this year.
The League of Women Voters is sponsoring a community forum to discuss the proposed downtown exhibition center and downtown library projects Monday night.
If you have an interest in helping to shape the future design of Appleton Memorial Park, come to a public input session on Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. at the Scheig Center in Appleton Memorial Park.
Five new poems have been chosen to join six others installed on Appleton sidewalks last summer.
The Reid Golf Course clubhouse opened for the season today with a new superintendent out on the course and a new manager in the clubhouse.
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The history of Appleton is detailed in a new book from the Appleton Historical Society.
Following a special meeting about the proposed Fox Cities Exhibition Center, the Community and Economic Development Committee has released a detailed question and answer document covering questions raised at the meeting.
If you have interest in learning more about the proposed downtown exhibition center project or have questions you would like answered, plan to attend a special meeting of the Community and Economic Development Committee next Monday at 6 p.m.
While no measles cases have been reported in Wisconsin so far, the City of Appleton Health Department and local healthcare providers are doing what they can to make sure the community is informed and prepared.
Replacement of an aging parking ramp with a mixed-use ramp, mobile payment options and tiered parking ramp pricing are all recommendations included in a downtown parking study released Thursday.
The City of Appleton will have a Spring Primary on Tuesday, February 17, 2015, for District 9 only.
When it comes to having it all and providing it affordably, Livability.com agrees Appleton does it about as well as any city in the country.
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