A former Lee Enterprises page designer has turned her passion for the written word into a new career, opening a pop-up bookstore in her hometown.
Susan Endres, an education and environmental reporter, is the newest member of the Baraboo News Republic editorial staff.
The Wisconsin Freedom of Information Council will celebrate its 40th anniversary Tuesday, Oct. 30, at the Wisconsin State Capitol.
As the 2018 primary election season wrapped up last week, Middleton-based Ballotpedia.org reached one billion page views since being founded in 2006.
James B. Nelson, a reporter for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, has been named president-elect of the Milwaukee Press Club.
An international trend in favor of the “right to be forgotten” is leading newspapers to rethink their policies on taking down published news articles.
The U.S. Senate debate is set for 7 p.m. Oct. 19 in Milwaukee, followed by the gubernatorial debate at 8 p.m. in Madison.
Readers of the Ashland Daily Press this week began receiving the print newspaper just twice a week, the newspaper announced.
Marquette University Law School will host an event at 12:15 p.m. Tuesday at Eckstein Hall as it releases its September poll.
Carol Ryczek is the new editor-in-chief for The Shawano Leader, Oconto (Falls) County Times Herald, and Wittenberg Enterprise/Birnamwood News, NEW Media Inc. announced Saturday.