SOMERS – It’s not the first time Myrtle Johnson will be leading the Somers July 4th Parade but Saturday will be the first as its grand marshal.
On Wednesday, the charity Active Heroes — with the help of a Pleasant Prairie man — launched a fundraising campaign in hopes of raising $78,000 for a retreat for veterans and their families in Kentucky.
While Kenosha residents shivered their way through last month, a meteorologist says this June was not the coldest on record.
Kenosha Police Chief John Morrissey wishes he had known earlier about suspected problems with evidence collected by former officer Kyle Baars.
The controversial Kenosha streetcar route expansion looks to be derailed Monday, when Mayor Keith Bosman will present the City Council with a resolution to remove available federal funding and redirect $2.8 million in local borrowing largely to fix city streets.
TWIN LAKES — It’s fireworks on Friday this year at the annual Libertyfest event at Lance Park in Twin Lakes.
This week’s problem: Those loud screeching and grinding sounds you hear? That’s the sound of the undercarriage of your vehicle nearly being ripped off as you cross the Union Pacific Railroad tracks in the 5500 block of 19th Avenue Two readers contacted Fix It about that rough crossing.
A 25-year-old Kenosha man put a woman’s possessions out on the curb and slashed one of her vehicle’s tires when she came over to pick it up about 1 p.m. Wednesday at a residence in the 5000 block of 58th Street, according to the Kenosha Police Department.
Ocenco Inc., a manufacturer of respiratory protection and therapy devices, is doubling its Pleasant Prairie manufacturing facility to accommodate an expansion of new business.
Two new charges were added Thursday against the former Bullen Middle School teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with a high school student.
A Nashville, Tenn., man’s astonishing 6,500-mile journey on a homemade, 14-foot sailboat included a recent overnight stay at the Kenosha Yacht Club.
The Kenosha Water Utility’s Traveling Tap will make its debut this weekend.
SILVER LAKE — Village officials will again look into contracting with the town of Salem for fire and rescue service.
SOMERS — Somers now has a plan to fix its ailing bond rating.
Tom Fulmer, who has filed papers to run for Kenosha mayor in 2016, is skeptical of beating the only other announced candidate so far, former Mayor John Antaramian.
SILVER LAKE — Village President Bruce Nopenz said he learned after the fact that newly appointed Trustee Daniel Withers was issued a disorderly conduct citation in 2014.
Dr. Charles E. Pechous, Jr. was known to the Kenosha community by many names: “Charles,” “Charlie,” “Chaz,” “Coach” — for his time coaching basketball at St. Mark’s — and “Doc.”
A man armed with a knife reportedly robbed the Best Western Harborside Inn, 5125 Sixth Ave., about 4:30 a.m. Tuesday, according to the Kenosha Police Department.
Most Kenosha County school districts will see increases in state aid for next school year, according to estimates released by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.
Kenosha Police Chief John Morrissey is the latest official expected to testify in hearings about evidence planting by a former officer.
A woman used a hospital stay to escape from custody, according to court records, walking out and then taking a train to Kansas.
LeAnn Zadler is a self-proclaimed lover of rescue animals.
KENOSHA — State Sen. Robert Wirch, D-Somers, will hold local office hours from 2:30 to 4 p.m. Thursday at Northside Library, 1500 27th Ave.
For Lexie Chiasson and Brad Schulz, life — at least for the summer — imitates TV’s “Glee” and the “Pitch Perfect” movies.