Beginning today, a simple scannable code can make a big difference to dozens of community organizations and thousands of their members.
Two men were taken to a hospital Saturday morning after a two-vehicle crash.
When Wilmot High School was studying adopting a new curriculum program in 2013, Administrator Dan Kopp said he wanted some assurance that political arguments underway in the state would not make the purchase a waste of cash.
“Decorative value” are the two words most people don’t want to hear at an appraisal.
Kenosha has proudly borne the nickname “Park City” for more than 150 years because of our many beautiful public parks.
The artifact for March is a large framed black-and-white photograph of the “Candy Lady.”
Religious tolerance is the theme for the third annual Diversity Summit, which begins this week at Carthage College, 2001 Alford Park Drive.
KENOSHA — Julie Mead, a University of Wisconsin-Madison researcher and expert on legal aspects of K-12 education, will present her latest findings on Wisconsin’s school voucher program at 4:30 p.m. Monday at Northside Library, 1500 27th Ave.
The Kenosha News received 13 awards in its circulation group, including three first-place honors, in the Wisconsin Newspaper Association’s 2014 Better Newspaper Contest.
BURLINGTON — Lydia’s Law, enacted to help sick children in Wisconsin, turned out to be a bust.
There’s a new “mayor” at Naval Station Great Lakes.
Forget about the first robin.
The atmosphere of Kenosha County’s high schools will be decidedly different on Tuesday.
Nearly half of all those required to come to Pleasant Prairie Municipal Court don’t show up.
A Kenosha woman was sentenced Thursday to three years on probation for a series of bad driving decisions.
A 28-year-old Kenosha man was charged with possessing drugs and drug paraphernalia Friday after the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department said he overdosed at his Somers residence.
The jury trial for a Kenosha man accused of killing a person during a drug deal was suspended Friday and will resume Monday.
Before hiring on with Kenosha 18 years ago, Mike Lemens already had 22 years of experience as a municipal engineer.
A North Chicago man was charged with soliciting a prostitute after Pleasant Prairie Police Department said he attempted to “pimp out” one of its female undercover officers Thursday afternoon at Super 8 Motel, 7601 118th Ave.
KENOSHA — Eighth District Alderman Kurt Wicklund will host a monthly breakfast meeting 9 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Andy’s Drive-In, 2929 Roosevelt Road.