SOMERS — Dormant several years due to the poor economy and flagging condominium sales, a plan has reawakened to develop a mixed-use retail and residential subdivision in Somers.
It’s beginning to look a lot like a Ye English Olde Christmasse Feaste as 200 Kenosha Unified High School student musicians and actors converge to warm the cockles of every heart over four days at Tremper High School beginning Thursday night.
WAUKEGAN, Ill. (AP) — A Lake County judge has given a 110-year prison sentence to a Kenosha man convicted in the 2007 killing of a suburban Chicago woman.
There are only a handful of days left for people to finish taking their General Educational Development tests at Gateway Technical College without having to start over.
With alternate-side street parking in effect in Kenosha, vehicle owners are reminded to check their calendar daily when parking overnight on city streets.
A man has been charged with stealing copper pipe and other items from several places throughout the city.
Visits to the emergency room for injuries from falling on ice and snow are up.
An error is causing a delay in the suit filed by a conservative group seeking to block implementation of new Kenosha Unified School District labor contracts.
BRIGHTON — When Betty Houtz recently found herself faced with making interment plans for the cremains of her brother Dave Meyer, she had a request: to have him buried in the same grave as one of their parents.
KENOSHA — Bridges Community Center, 5718 Seventh Ave., will host a holiday open house from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday.
An Oshkosh man who is due in court next month for visiting the University of Wisconsin-Parkside campus in violation of a restraining order has been arrested for the same thing in Stevens Point.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — The Village Board narrowly approved Monday renewing the license for Scotty’s Mobile Home Park, 5310 75th St.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — With the Village Board’s unanimous approval Monday for its conceptual plan, the proposed 162-unit Senior Lifestyle Community looks to be on track for Phase I to begin construction in fall 2014.
SALEM — A resident is asking the town to consider "quiet zones" for at least four railroad crossings in order to minimize loud noise from train horn.
When told his garage was not in compliance with city housing codes, a Kenosha resident sought to appeal the decision.
Early filings for candidacy for Kenosha County Board show potential races that could occur in next year’s spring election, including a possible re-match in the 4th District.
Sunday’s snowstorm was a dramatic reminder of the hazards winter weather brings for drivers.
A judge on Monday shut down the defense’s attempt to use a new DNA analysis method on genetic material found on murder victim Lisa Marie Mezera’s clothing.
When attorneys for the Kenosha Unified School District go to court Tuesday, they will be facing a group familiar to legal battles over education and labor law in Wisconsin.
If you were looking for January, search no farther.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — “Breakfast with Santa” begins at 9 a.m. Saturday at Prairie Springs Park, highways H and 165, Pleasant Prairie.
The Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department offered a stunning visual reminder on the dangers of animals and roadways in a 21-second video involving a deputy’s vehicle and a deer.
Kenosha Professional Firefighters Local 414 has reached out to the city to start talks on ways to reduce city fire department overtime costs, which are holding the city back from hiring three additional firefighters.
A local liquor store was burglarized early Sunday with more than $5,000 in merchandise stolen, primarily alcohol and cigarettes, according to a Kenosha police report.
Kenosha County residents woke up to a white Monday with additional snowfall overnight creating a wintry scene.