The Kenosha County Board voted Tuesday night to send back to its committees a proposal to install gates to secure an employee parking lot used by law enforcement staff.
SALEM — Electors at the annual town meeting Tuesday night gave overwhelming thumbs up to motion a motion to explore possible incorporation as a village.
PARIS — Residents concerned about losing land to Kenosha through annexation brought their ideas to the annual town meeting Tuesday night.
After a day of orientation, five new members of the Kenosha City Council were sworn in Tuesday along with the returning incumbents.
While Wisconsin has been the epicenter of the polar vortex this winter, it might not surprise residents that Kenosha has set an unofficial record for the most days with snowfall this cold season.
Because it has expanded its building plans, Amazon.com has been awarded an additional $3.3 million in state tax credits for its new Kenosha location.
The woman police say placed cameras in Pleasant Prairie RecPlex lockers to videotape female patrons while they changed was charged Tuesday with 11 felonies.
A new state law hoping to curb deed-processing schemes charging people far more for records than what the county would charge has gone into effect.
The man who sexually assaulted a mentally disabled client of the Kenosha Achievement Center has been ordered to pay his victim $250,000.
KENOSHA — Wisconsin Connection Academy, a K-12 public virtual school, will have an information session from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at Circa on Seventh, 4902 Seventh Ave.
Two drivers both claiming to have the right of way collided at the intersection of 22nd Avenue and 35th Street just before 9 a.m. Monday.
BRISTOL — Richard Hansen Memorial Park — the annual home of Bristol Progress Days — will grow by nearly 30 acres through a parkland purchase approved by the Village Board Monday night.
SILVER LAKE — A new volunteer group of residents — Silver Lake Citizens in Action — has formed to bring people together to do positive work in the village.
Kenosha Police said there are two suspects in custody in connection with the homicide of a 20-year-old Kenosha man on Monday night.
The Rev. Georgette Wonders danced down the aisle of Bradford Community Church Unitarian Universalist whenever the choir and congregation sang Cris Williamson’s “Song of the Soul.”
BRISTOL — A resolution seeking practical rules about the removal of ice fishing shelters, based on ice conditions rather than an arbitrary date, advanced Monday at the spring hearing of the Conservation Congress.
A parking lot used by the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department and the Kenosha Police Department is about to become more secure under a proposal to install new $60,000 gates and safety system at its entrance.
The Kenosha Public Safety and Welfare Committee voted Monday to deny an alderman’s request that money earmarked for a fire station’s expansion go toward another station’s repair.
PARIS — Town chairman Virgil Gentz is hoping the town can work with all parties involved in the potential loss of 348 acres of town land near I-94 to the city of Kenosha through annexation.
Snap-on Inc.’s contributions to the military’s latest fighter jet were lauded Monday.
One person was shot at 58th Street and 11th Avenue late Monday night.
STURTEVANT — Those with an interest in railroading are invited to the Western Union Junction Railroad Club’s monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Sturtevant Village Hall, 2801 89th St.
A Kenosha teen is accused two counts of burglary and one count of concealing stolen property in incidents that occurred between Jan. 23 and March 21.
Last week’s question: Whatever happened to the Statue of Liberty statue in Civic Center Park?