The city of La Crosse officially has new leadership after Mayor Mitch Reynolds and a new class of La Crosse Common Council members were sworn …
The Viroqua City Council approved conditional use of property located at 124 W. Decker St. for construction of the new City Hall building at i…
A nearly entirely new group of La Crosse Common Council members were elected Tuesday night to represent districts on the city's South Side, ushering in a new era of representation.
As the deadline to file candidacy paperwork expires Tuesday evening, 10 candidates are now in the race for La Crosse mayor.
The committee will work within city hall to help address racial inequities in staffing, programs and other city services.
La Crosse County has sent out 36,695 absentee ballots. 29,623 ballots have been returned, 6,830 of those cast in-person this week.
Voters headed into city hall in La Crosse on Tuesday on the first day of early in-person voting in Wisconsin.
ABSECON — Residents will see the end results of the beginning of a redevelopment effort at the White Horse Pike, New Jersey Avenue and Route 9 in about three months.
Committees discussed a wide range of things — including COVID-19-related legislation — but other topics like development projects, budget reports and more were on agendas.
City facilities are set to reopen on May 26, regardless of the state Supreme Court decision coming this week, officials said Wednesday.
City officials announced Monday that several of its buildings would remain closed until May 3, including City Hall.
Four different groups of city officials breezed through around 100 agenda items in a two-hour window, most of them tuning-in virtually.
Highlights include approving the small business relief grant and freeing up emergency funding for the pandemic efforts.
City Hall will be closed to the public starting Wednesday evening until April 16. Buses, trash pickup and utility work will continue, but other services should be done online, over the phone or by mail.
ATLANTIC CITY — Mayor Marty Small Sr. and Casino Reinvestment Development Authority Executive Director Matt Doherty presented their respective goals for 2020 on Thursday — including a desire to tear down the vacant former Trump Plaza casino.
ATLANTIC CITY — Even before being sworn in as the city's 41st mayor last fall, Marty Small Sr. had a vision for his hometown, and for himself.
BRIDGETON — As updates from law enforcement have slowed to a trickle, those who love Dulce Maria Alavez are still determined to find her. Now, more than three months since the 5-year-old Bridgeton girl went missing, the search continued Sunday.
City of Tomah Parks and Recreation will be taking 2020 park shelter reservations starting on Thursday, Jan. 2, 2020, at 8 a.m.
City Hall is hosting a Food Drive and Door Decorating contest during regular hours, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dec. 4-20 at 400 La Crosse St.
The state Department of Community Affairs is proposing a transfer of $20 million in Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery funds to repair Atlantic City public infrastructure damaged by Superstorm Sandy, according to the agency.
ATLANTIC CITY — Following a whirlwind five weeks that shifted the makeup of the city’s executive office and governing body, City Council is back to a full nine members.
The La Crosse Police and Fire Commission determined who of the 12 applicants for police chief will make it to the next round in the interview …
ATLANTIC CITY — At Boom Food Market on Ventnor Avenue on Wednesday afternoon, Police Officer Autumn Mason stood with Margarita Rivera, a cashier at the store, and had a conversation with her in Spanish.
ATLANTIC CITY — Officer Nick Grasso pointed to four small bullet holes in the front of a row home in the 300 block of North Carolina Avenue early Tuesday afternoon.
ATLANTIC CITY — Even with crime rates and instances of internal affairs complaints down, communication and trust between the police and residents need to improve, residents and members of the city’s Citizens Advisory Board said Wednesday.