Tyler Lybert at 11 years of age, was exuberant, but overweight and awkward.
Compensation for the town board came up at the Somers annual town meeting Thursday but incorporation dominated the discussion.
RANDALL — A request to rezone a 16.87-acre agricultural parcel adjacent to KD Park and split it into three residential properties garnered approval from both the Randall Plan Commission and Town Board Thursday.
A Republican state senator is circulating a proposal designed to help make a marijuana byproduct available to treat people with seizures a year after it was legalized but still not accessible.
Whatever the former Chrysler Engine Plant site morphs into years from now, don’t expect a mega mall or a huge industrial park.
At least 25 vehicles were vandalized in a neighborhood just south of a shopping plaza in the 2200 block of 80th Street early Wednesday morning, according to the Kenosha Police Department.
Even if plans were to materialize to extend Kenosha’s streetcar tracks westward as part of the former Chrysler site’s redevelopment, the work would be too far down the line to derail the city’s $10 million plan to add a north-south route within two years, Mayor Keith Bosman said Thursday.
Snap-on Inc. Thursday attributed first quarter net earnings of $110.5 million, a 15.2 percent increase over last year, to overcoming a foreign currency exchange loss in the international market and to a strong financial performance in the tools group.
After beating cancer twice in two years, Lynell Cunningham has a new outlook on life.
As far as homework assignments go, it was quite a production.
A Kenosha man who provided a friend with the heroin that killed him was sentenced Thursday to five years in prison.
While hundreds of parents around Wisconsin are opting their children out of the Badger Exam, families in the Kenosha Unified School District are not tuning in to the controversy.
Today’s problem: Concerned reader J.L. of Kenosha contacted Fix It questioning the condition of Washington Road.
“Cinderella (Enchanted Edition)” at Christian Life school, 10700 75th St., has its final performance tonight at 7. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Urban Land Institute experts charged with recommending uses for the former Chrysler Engine Plant site are hunkered down, deliberating information they’ve gathered since Sunday.
A North Chicago man will face charges for a series of burglaries in Kenosha County, although he is already serving time in Illinois.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — A village assessor is crying foul after a series of companies hired a notorious firm to help lower their tax bill.
WILMOT — Tens of thousands of dollars in damage has been done to the former Wilmot Grade School, slated to open in June as an autism clinic and day care.
WILMOT — Members of Wilmot High School’s Division II National Academic Decathlon Team were met with applause Wednesday upon their return to school with the championship banner from California.
An Illinois man is being held on $1.5 million bond as he awaits trial for a Salem home invasion and attempted homicide.
Since the day he was born.
Kenosha will have a new chief of police in 2016.
The slowly improving economy is driving Kenosha unemployment rates down as more local companies have begun to step up their hiring.
“American Pickers” — the History Channel series that turned your aunt’s rummage sale habit into a cable TV hit — is filming in Wisconsin starting in June.
KENOSHA — The American Cancer Society Sole Burner, a 5K run/walk event, begins at 10 a.m. Saturday at Kenosha Public Museum, 5500 First Ave.
Heather Adamski planned to stay with someone else the night she was killed.
SALEM — Residents voted to increase their town’s contribution to the Sharing Center by an additional $5,000 next year at the annual meeting of electors Tuesday night.
The University of Wisconsin-Parkside knows it has to plan for some cut in state funding over the next biennium, but there’s been no word yet on exactly how much, and administrators are doing the best they can to minimize the impact on campus.
BRIGHTON — Residents here took the opportunity at the annual town meeting Tuesday to make several advisory motions from the floor.
A local billboard featuring Kenosha Police officer Pablo Torres gained immediate support from some local residents while infuriating others Tuesday.