SOMERS — After ongoing complaints, the Somers Village Board voted Tuesday to exclude Somers House, 1548 Sheridan Road, from a liquor license renewal.
The Twin Lakes-Randall Recreation Program has parents covered this summer with more than 50 responses to the inevitable claim “there’s nothing to do.”
PARIS — The Paris Town Board tabled a vote Tuesday for a temporary development moratorium while it updates its comprehensive land use plan related to the I-94 corridor.
The Bradford High School Alumni Association will honor two distinguished alumni on June 20.
Four candidates are vying for three spots on the new Somers Village Board during an election on June 9. Here’s a look at the candidates:
KENOSHA — Friday is the deadline for participants in the 2015 Kenosha Civic Veterans Parade.
The Kenosha County Division of Health continues to investigate a salmonella outbreak linked to Supermercado Los Corrales, 3933 52nd St.
Kenosha Police Department made numerous arrests after responding to a large fight at Lincoln Park about 8 p.m. Monday.
Kenosha Dream Playground Project organizers are hosting back-to-back public meetings Friday, the first to recruit “captains” followed by a presentation by the playground designer.
BRIGHTON — The construction of a new dam for Wolf Lake at Bong Recreation Area remains incomplete, but the dam is holding water and the lake is refilling.
As Kenosha Unified School District prepares to issue bonds to fund a $16.7 million sports facility project, it is getting an upgrade from the Moody’s Investment Services.
Two hometown firms will lead the $16.7 million project to build new sports facilities for Kenosha Unified’s high schools.
A Kenosha woman tried running over people outside the Somers House early Saturday morning, according to court documents.
Cleanup is underway at the two farms where authorities found dozens of dead calves over the weekend.
A 35-year-old Kenosha man was charged Tuesday afternoon with two felony counts of injury by intoxicated use of a motor vehicle after reportedly crashing into a motorcycle on Friday, resulting in serious injuries.
Time Warner Cable Inc. and Charter Communications Inc., which are the predominant cable television and Internet providers for most of Wisconsin, will become one company under a sale approved this week by both companies.
Students at Lincoln Middle School are fighting cancer this week with activities to benefit the American Cancer Society.
KENOSHA — Kenosha Community Media is having a silent auction of video and audio equipment from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Kenosha Media Center, 1403 Washington Road, inside the Time Warner Cable building.
Flight for Life landed at the Kenosha County Job Center, 8600 Sheridan Road, Monday night to transport a man injured from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.
A Saturday event seeks to honor Vietnam veterans who experienced backlash from the war.
Highly pressurized water has always made an impression on Gus Alexander.
Katiemarie Owen has seen evidence of the price paid by those who have served in the armed forces.
Monday’s rain canceled the Memorial Day parade in Twin Lakes and forced the Schultz-Hahn American Legion Post 293 in Silver Lake to cancel its outdoor ceremony and hold a shortened event inside.
BASSETT — When Fred Sarbacker Sr. bought a local blacksmith business from Hank Blaine in 1915, automobiles were still a bit of a rare sight in western Kenosha County.
RACINE — Architectural and motorcycle history have melded in a new dealership: Indian Motorcycle of Racine.
KENOSHA — A open house will take place 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Coast Guard Station Kenosha, 5036 Fourth Ave.
Question: Earlier this month, the name of Jacob Keul was added to Kenosha’s Public Safety Memorial. Was Keul a firefighter or a deputy sheriff?