Archives: April 2016

Test of Time

Posted on Apr. 1, 2016 by Rob Zimmer

The white picket fence has come a long way over the decades, yet it’s as popular as ever according to fence manufacturers and installers throughout the Fox Valley. The traditional classic gets an uplift with higher-quality, long-lasting and durable materials, as well as more style options. “I’m kind of a wood purest,” says Jim Marks, READ MORE

Bringing technology to teeth

Posted on Apr. 1, 2016 by Amy Hanson

Going to the dentist doesn’t have to be scary. While it may not be a person’s favorite appointment to make, technology has made the experience effective, efficient and enjoyable while allowing patients the access they need to dental services. “The standard of care in dentistry keeps changing,” admits Dr. Elissa Edwards with Elite Smiles Dental READ MORE

Food for Thought 2016

Posted on Apr. 1, 2016 by Amy Hanson

New restaurants and cafés brought their expertise to the table this year as they welcomed patrons to explore a variety of flavors. Others changed hands as new owners took over spaces vacated by previous establishments and still others recognized the need to expand. Here is a taste of what happened and what lies ahead for READ MORE

Feeding the Fox Valley

A brand-new, 40,000-square-foot warehouse in Little Chute is home to Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin’s new Fox Valley facility, a northern hub that is doing good work to end hunger in Wisconsin. Since its launch Nov. 1, the new space has been opening doors for more volunteer engagement, creative innovation and quality food for the community’s READ MORE