Sometimes growth is hard. Other times, it can be as easy as pie.
The chilly weather and Black Friday fatigue didn't stop hundreds from turning out for the annual Christmas Tree lighting ceremony and festivities.
They don’t sing for money; they don’t sing for fame; they don’t even sing because they’re in a church choir. These folks sing just for the fun of it.
SOMERS — The Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department is investigating computer crimes at Shoreland Lutheran High School, 9026 12th St.
Winter is coming.
A 16-year-old Kenosha girl has been charged in adult court for a string of pizza delivery person robberies and a convenience store burglary.
After several months of a falling unemployment that have dropped the jobs indicator to the lowest mark in more than 10 years, the Kenosha County rate rose slightly to 4.3 percent last month, matching the statewide rate, but still significantly lower than in October 2014.
Those applying for health care insurance through the Affordable Care Act can get assistance starting next week.
Two dogs were taken into custody Wednesday afternoon after neighbors expressed concern for their well-being.
TREVOR — The donation of time and talent is as important to the work of the Sharing Center in Trevor as the donation of food and clothing, director Sharon Pommaville said.
First United Methodist Church provided Thanksgiving to hundreds of hungry locals unable to cook for themselves or with no place to go.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — The rain didn’t dampen the spirits of Thanksgiving shoppers who lined up outside local department stores in the hopes of scoring big savings.
Like many people looking for a new home, Curtis McMiller of Kenosha has a growing family that needs more space.
Today’s problem: A Fix It reader questions the timing of the left-turn signal arrows at the intersection of Highway 50 and Green Bay Road.
The first day of winter varies according to the particular calendar consulted; the first day for alternate-side parking in the city of Kenosha remains constant, starting Dec. 1 and running through March 31.