Whether your dream wedding is rustic, elegant, formal, laid-back, traditional, quirky, or somewhere in between, there is a Wisconsin venue for you.
Beginning Oct. 1, Wisconsin will start collecting sales taxes on most retailers, namely those who engage in 200 or more transactions with state residents annually or yearly sales of more than $100,000 in Wisconsin.
Tony Evers’ plan drew fire from Gov. Scott Walker’s campaign and WEDC officials, who argued it lacks specifics and would hurt the state’s economy.
In Wisconsin’s fall elections, fidelity to open government has come up in several races, for governor, attorney general and U.S. Senate.
WisPolitics.com cfound 29 donors since Jan. 1, 2015, who contributed a combined $3.3 million to the state GOP after maxing out to Gov. Scott Walker.
In light of the Supreme Court’s decision, Wisconsin is expected to apply state and local sales taxes to such transactions beginning Oct. 1.
Whether you’re looking for your new go-to hiking location, a night out, or some good old-fashioned entertainment, Baraboo is the place for you. Here is our guide to fun in Baraboo.
It’s harvest season, which means the bounty of Wisconsin’s homegrown goodies is coming in! With the help of Something Special from Wisconsin™, we’ve compiled a list of a few locally-made jams, jellies, preserves, salsas, and pickled vegetables to stock up on and enjoy all winter long.
While the attack ads fly in the races for governor and U.S. Senate, another battle is quietly taking place in Madison. The battle is over wedding barns.
Under Wisconsin law, the state tax of 5 percent is applied to the sales of certain goods and services in Wisconsin. In some areas, it is supplemented with a 0.5 percent county sales tax and a 0.1 percent stadium park district tax.