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    County eyes Brookside overhaul


    Brookside Care Center could be in store for a major expansion and renovation if the Kenosha County Board approves County Executive Jim Kreuser’s proposed $18.6 million project.

    Consumer prices fall a bit


    Consumer prices for the area that includes Kenosha dipped slightly last month.

    News briefs: Authorities ID driver in fatal Somers crash

    Authorities have identified the Kenosha man who was killed in a one-vehicle crash Saturday afternoon in the 1600 block of Highway H (88th Avenue) in Somers.

    New analysis projects Medicaid expansion’s effect on counties

    More than 2,800 additional Kenosha County residents would be eligible for BadgerCare if Wisconsin would accept federal money for Medicaid expansion, according to an analysis by an advocacy group.

    Probe into city records tampering continues

    The investigation into records tampering at Kenosha city hall is open and ongoing, the Racine County Sheriff’s Department says.

    Man charged in severe beating

    A Kenosha man is charged with substantial battery after he asked a gas station clerk to call police Aug. 9 because he feared he may have killed someone.

    Parks Commission sets special meeting on Kennedy Drive


    The Kenosha Parks Commission has announced it will consider the master plan for Kennedy and Pennoyer parks on Sept. 2.

    Bostrom takes ALS plunge on council floor


    Kenosha aldermen can be cold to one another when it comes to city business. But at Monday’s City Council meeting, one alderman was freezing and it had nothing to do with the night’s discussions.

    Unified seeks to fill 100 open positions

    Kenosha public schools are still working to fill about 100 open positions for the approaching school year.

    Event briefs: Blood drive slated at county center

    BRISTOL — A blood drive will take place 2 to 6 p.m. Thursday in the Kenosha County Center, 19600 75th St., Bristol.