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    Urban Land Institute to gauge Chrysler site’s redevelopment potential


    The Urban Land Institute could make a five-day visit to Kenosha in April to study and make recommendations for the 109-acre former Chrysler Engine Plant property at 5555 30th Ave.

    Vouchers undermine public schools, researcher says


    A proposal to expand the voucher program and charter schools in Wisconsin will undermine local control and accountability of public education, according to a University of Wisconsin-Madison researcher.

    Roadwork slated for three village subdivisions

    PLEASANT PRAIRIE — Three subdivisions in the village will see their roads repaired this year.

    Twin Lakes may give up library role

    TWIN LAKES — Twin Lakes officials are considering relinquishing the village’s role as the fiscal agent for the Community Library System.

    Local employers support right-to-work legislation


    While labor leaders and some lawmakers believe a right-to-work law will soften wages and benefits for employees, local company executives believe it would attract more companies and jobs and allow employees to have a more direct relationship with their employers.

    Governor's budget would dismantle local care for disabled, advocates say


    Disabled and elderly Kenosha County residents and their advocates are concerned that Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed budget will adversely affect program that allow people to stay in their homes rather than go into nursing homes or institutions.

    Brantley case: Former officer admits to planting evidence


    A former Kenosha police officer admitted in court Monday that he planted evidence during a murder investigation last year.

    Procession to mark firefighter’s funeral


    The funeral for a fallen Kenosha firefighter begins at noon Thursday at in the Siebert Chapel at Carthage College, 2001 Alford Park Drive.

    Jurors find Brantley guilty


    Jurors convicted Joseph-Jamal Brantley of homicide on Monday, but the judge held off on entering a judgment against him, due to a defense challenge to the proceedings.

    News briefs: Heroin involved in car crash

    Kenosha Police said a local man may have been shooting heroin just moments before he was involved in a car crash in the 5600 block of Sheridan Road Sunday night.

    Event briefs: Spaghetti dinner to aid playground project

    KENOSHA — A spaghetti dinner fundraiser will take place 4 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Kenosha Achievement Center, 1218 79th St.

    History Mystery: Height aside, Walter Alford was a giant in Kenosha


    Question: What physical attribute was most noticeable when meeting Nash Motors vice president and Kenosha civic leader Walter H. Alford?

    Kenosha loves its pizza


    In Kenosha, for one night, the biggest pizzeria in town can be found on Washington Road.

    Boy rescued after fall through ice


    A 13-year-old boy was trapped briefly and treated for hypothermia after he fell into the water at Eichelman Park beach Sunday afternoon.

    He’s not scared of writing


    Kenosha author Christian A. Larsen has been a teacher and a broadcaster. Now he can say he’s the author of a short story in a Bram Stoker Award-nominated anthology.

    News briefs: Injured man wanders into home after crash

    A Burlington man was taken by a medical helicopter to a Milwaukee-area hospital early Saturday after injuries he suffered after reportedly swerving to avoid a deer at highways KR and 75.

    The road to recovery


    WHEATLAND — Twelve-year-old Kayla Brown has made remarkable progress since Dec. 31 when she suffered life-threatening injuries in a car crash on Highway 50.

    Man gets prison for running prostitution ring


    A Milwaukee man arrested for running a prostitution ring out of a Kenosha motel has been sentenced to prison.

    Snapshot: Bailiff helps people feel at ease in courtroom


    Thomas Karaway has been a bailiff for seven years in Judge S. Michael Wilk’s Branch 7 courtroom.

    A Life Remembered: Aiello was gregarious, kind


    Each Monday, the Kenosha News takes a look at the life of a Kenosha County resident who recently died. We share with you, through the memories of family and friends, a life remembered.

    Event briefs: Make vision boards at Wilmot

    WILMOT — A workshop in making vision boards meets 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Wilmot High School, 11112 308th Ave., as part of its Community Outreach program.