13 Year-Old Boy on Bicycle Struck by Pickup Truck

A 13 year-old boy was rushed to the hospital Monday afternoon after he was struck on his bicycle by a pickup truck on Sturgeon Bay’s west side. Shortly after 4:30 pm, the boy was northbound on Neenah Avenue, just north of Highway 42/57, when he made an improper and erratic lane change, cutting across the road. At that time, a 47 year-old Sturgeon Bay man … Continue reading

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Mayor Comments on Sturgeon Bay Developments

We recently spoke with Sturgeon Bay Mayor Dave Ward about development projects happening around the city. He shared with us news of a new building in the works at Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding which would again require another beautification plan for that neighborhood… Ward says the new Peninsula Title building being built next to Marchant’s has had some delays due to supply line shortages, but construction … Continue reading

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Car/Pedestrian Incident in Sturgeon Bay

There was an incident involving a car and pedestrian in Sturgeon Bay Saturday evening. At just about 7:15 pm, a Sturgeon Bay police officer was driving west on Jefferson Street and observed a female pedestrian crossing west to east on the south side of the intersection with 7th Ave. At that time, a 73 year-old Sturgeon Bay woman was northbound on 7th Ave in her … Continue reading

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Inaugural Blood Mary Social in Sturgeon Bay a Success

Sunday was Destination Sturgeon Bay’s first annual “Bloody Mary Social” event held at Sonny’s Pizzeria. The inaugural event took place outside on the watrfront patio with numerous local restaurants entering their various unique bloody marys to compete in two categories. The Best Bloody Mary award went to Stone Harbor Resort, while the Best Bloody Mary Garnish award went to Scaturo’s Baking Company and Cafe. Waterfront … Continue reading

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Brush Collection in Sturgeon Bay

Sturgeon Bay Municipal Services is reminding city residents that there will no longer be a one-time collection of brush in the Spring. Instead, you may schedule a brush collection that will take place the 2nd Friday of the month, April through October, the same dates as the city’s large item collections. This will allow residents several times a year to have their brush, branches, and … Continue reading

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Sturgeon Bay West-Side Gas Leak Thursday

There was a gas leak on Sturgeon Bay’s west side Thursday afternoon, took place on oak street between Madison Ave and Neenah Ave. . It appears that a contractor was doing some digging in the area and hit an underground gas line. The Sturgeon Bay Fire Department was called to the scene just after 11:00 am. They sent 2 engines with 4 personnel to be … Continue reading

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Car Jumps Michigan Street Roundabout

Thursday morning at 7:45, a call was made to the Sturgeon Bay Police concerning a car which had apparently driven straight into the Michigan Street roundabout on Highway 42/57 and jumped over the roundabout. A passerby witnessed the incident and made the call saying that the blue vehicle was then in the ditch while the female driver was standing outside the car talking on her … Continue reading

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Sturgeon Bay Asks That Candidate Signs Be Removed

In a recent statement from the City of Sturgeon Bay, it says they have received complaints regarding the continued display of political candidate signs throughout the city, with the last election being well over a month ago. It then says that any political message signs on behalf of a candidate for public office still on display is a violation of the city’s sign code and … Continue reading

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Amendment to Granary Plan Approved

The Sturgeon Bay Finance/Purchasing & Building Committee met Tuesday afternoon at city hall where they passed a 2nd amendment to the development agreement for the old granary on the waterfront. Initially, the Sturgeon Bay Historical Society’s agreement called for a more basic shell plan for the structure, but now they’ve provided a much more elaborately detailed restoration plan. The purpose of this amendment is to … Continue reading

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Notice to Boaters on Sturgeon Bay

In a recent statement from Sturgeon Bay Harbor Commission Chairman Gary Nault, he addresses how the current high lake levels and the increased erosion is affecting many of our shoreline residents. They are asking for an extension of the “no wake” zones on both the north and south areas of Sturgeon Bay’s waterfront. This has been a rather controversial subject that may have some negative … Continue reading

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