Cancer survivors and their supporters stepped out at Carthage College Friday for Relay for Life to help the American Cancer Society.
STURTEVANT — Commercial leasing agents are actively seeking a tenant for the first phase of the 87-acre Enterprise Business Park that is scheduled for completion by the end of the year in Stutevant.
BRISTOL — Doug O’Reilly announced Friday he would not take the Bristol School Board seat he earned by one vote, in a race from which he unofficially withdrew.
A man who drove drunk and crashed into a squad car after striking several other vehicles was sentenced Friday to three years in prison.
Kenosha police said a man was repairing a basement when he discovered what appeared to human bones buried underneath the flooring, according to the police report.
After a tough night of bingo at Potawatomi Casino in Milwaukee, Jill Bien, of Norridge, Ill., was dealt even more adversity on the drive home.
Dan Madrigrano found an old Spaghetti Station matchbook cover and, as a bit of nostalgia, decided to share it on Facebook. As the “likes” began pouring in by the thousands, a light bulb appeared above his head.
KENOSHA — The Kenosha Chamber Choir’s spring concert begins at 3 p.m. Sunday at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, 5900 Seventh Ave.
Picture a farmer.
The 35th annual Kenosha County Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Awareness Week kicks off on Saturday. This year’s program is titled: “Being Drug Free … Oh the Possibilities!”
Middle school students in Kenosha may get an early start to their weekends next year.
The pay for Kenosha County employees could increase over the next year as a result of a report examining salaries, wages and benefits.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE—- Crews will be breaking ground Friday on a new $4.4 million roundabout and reconstruction project for 39th Avenue in front of the Village hall.
Kenosha Velosport Cycling’s junior development racing team donned their gear Thursday night, straddled their saddles and pedaled their last laps around the Washington Park Velodrome for 2015.
BRISTOL — A recount of the ballots Thursday did not change the results of the Bristol School Board race. Doug O’Reilly remains the winner by one vote.
An Indian Trail High School and Academy teacher and coach was placed on administrative leave after a spring trip with the school’s varsity softball team, Kenosha Unified School District spokeswoman Tanya Ruder confirmed Thursday.
Karlos Hamilton came from a good family.
An alarming trend of vehicle break-ins continued with incidents reported outside an I-94 hotel early Wednesday morning and another incident on 10th Avenue Wednesday night.
A 40-year-old Wilmot man was charged with felony child abuse and strangulation on Thursday following a fight with his teenage son.
Today’s problem: In the course of regular duties here at the Kenosha News, Fix It has been to more than a few motor vehicle accidents. In the past few weeks, Fix It has been to three crashes where a traffic control signal or a light pole took it in the shorts, ending up being knocked down or damaged. Sometimes they even end up on top of someone’s building.
Assembly Minority Leader Peter Barca, D-Kenosha, will hold five listening sessions in his district over the next two weeks to gather public input on the state budget.