Bradford High School students from six campus clubs banded together this week to make a statement about hate.
The county may purchase two buildings to make way for future projects.
With the Wisconsin Legislature’s budget committee voting this week to sell thousands of acres of state lands, Sen. Robert Wirch is again proposing to put a for-sale sign in front of the governor’s mansion.
A city street project may give Kenosha County a push in making repairs to the county administration building.
RANDALL — The Randall School Board interviewed six candidates this week for the principal position, but has not named finalists.
An unknown caller apparently has attempted to ferret personal credit card information from unwitting recipients of phone calls who may be led to believe they’re speaking with some body from a local law enforcement agency.
Pearl Holdeman holds herself still.
It’s after school Wednesday at Dimensions of Learning Academy, where 38 white-uniformed boys and girls, kindergarten through eighth grade, sit on the gym floor ... eyes closed ... not ... making ... a ... single ... sound.
A system to match nonprofit agency needs with residents interested in service is available online.
A medical condition was suspected as the cause of a northside crash in which a car hit two streetlight poles and a fire hydrant before rolling onto its side this afternoon.
Laura Kaeppeler, Miss America 2012, has been selected the Outstanding Kenoshan 2013 by the Rotary Club of Kenosha-West.
BURLINGTON — The Chocolate City Bike Ride, featuring routes of 10, 23, 40 and 62 miles, is Sunday.
Going to Milwaukee this weekend? Be patient, and maybe consider studying a map.
Culinary specialist Dana Eliott offered cooking instructions to a crowd of about 800 people at Reuther High School Auditorium Thursday.
Mobile communications for Kenosha County Sheriff’s Deputies and law enforcement officers in western county municipalities has been hampered this spring by an equipment failure authorities believe was caused by a lightning strike.
Today’s problem: Now you see a pothole. Now it’s filled. Well, maybe not all of it. That is, maybe yes and maybe no. But definitely not the one that’s near it or right next to it — or even touching it.
Home sales continued to improve in Kenosha County in sales through the first four months of the year up more than 22 percent more than percent compared to the same period last year.
Melissa and Bill Waddle wanted children.
The last time the Harborside Academy sixth graders saw Melissa Waddle, she was about to give birth to the four babies for whom the class was collecting donations.
The Gateway Technical College District Board was unanimous Thursday in approving a $160.6 million 2013-14 system budget.
A popular art fair that for nearly half a century occupied Library Park has been moved to the Kenosha Public Museum and Civil War Museum grounds.
The Kenosha Community Health Center has appointed a new chief financial officer.
Complete with tiaras, corsages and a DJ, about 75 people celebrated this year’s Therapeutic Recreation Prom on Thursday.
With warm, sunny days drying soggy soil, farmers in Kenosha County are rushing to plant their fields.
Small businesses and private nonprofit organizations in Kenosha County affected by the severe storms, winds and flooding between April 16 and May 5 are eligible to apply for economic injury disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — Open Wings Learning’s second annual 5K race/walk begins at 8:30 a.m. Sunday in Prairie Springs Park, highways 165 and H.