Before the event was to begin, a couple Carthage College staff and students announced the winners of a raffle. It took the winners quite a while to walk from the crowd to the makeshift stage, but not because of the distance between them.
Back in his Kenosha home Thursday night, Michael M. Bell said he wasn’t about to pop champagne corks over a state Senate’s unanimous vote favoring a bill he has long championed requiring outside investigations of police shootings.
After touring Kenosha, a national developer is fairly certain that the downtown area can accomodate — and benefit from — a live/work space for local artists.
PARIS — A 35-year-old Paddock Lake man was seriously injured Thursday afternoon after crashing his car into the rear of a stopped school bus on Highway 45 just south of Highway 142.
Today’s problem: Why, I oughtta ... how much are we paying these guys to enable traffic to flow smoothly?
The Kenosha Unified School Board will hold a retreat this weekend on their interpersonal relationship and how it affects the evaluation of the district superintendent.
Frigid weather and civil unrest between Russia and the Ukraine have driven world crude oil prices up and sent Kenosha County gasoline prices skyward.
PADDOCK LAKE — Central High School band and choir members will have to get a drug-free OK from K-9 cops before they board a bus later this month for a trip to Florida.
A Kenosha man reportedly accosted a woman going to pick up food at Applebee’s late Wednesday night, telling her he was a federal agent and holding her steering wheel so she couldn’t drive away, according to Kenosha Police reports.
KENOSHA — International Women’s Day will be celebrated 5 to 9 p.m. Saturday at the Kenosha Art Association, 5615 Seventh Ave.
A disabled man will not be able to collect any damages from the Kenosha Achievement Center after he was sexually assaulted by an off-duty employee.
When Kenosha History Center Executive Director Don Shepard walked into the museum on the morning of Feb. 5, he almost could have chilled a tray of ice cubes in the Rambler Gallery without the aid of a freezer. It was 34 degrees in the huge space.
With continued snow and the upcoming return to daylight saving time, the Kenosha Fire Department has two reminders to pass along. One has to do with fire hydrants and the other with smoke detectors.
RANDALL — Parents of Randall School students identified Wednesday what they are looking for in a new superintendent and learned rumors are affecting the pool of potential candidates.
A Sturtevant man suffered non-incapacitating injuries in a rollover crash at about 8:40 a.m. Tuesday on I-94 at Highway 158.
Significant cracks in the floor of Kenosha Fire Station 5 have weakened it so much that fire trucks and ambulances can no longer park on that section of the fire house.
MADISON — The state Building Commission Wednesday approved a $284,000 renovation of the Vern Wolf Lake Dam at Bong State Recreation Area that will restore the lake.
The city's Public Works Committee has voted to recommend changes in the way the Ethics Board takes on complaints.
The Bradford Theatre Arts Program’s production of “Hello! My Baby” was a winner at the Wisconsin High School Theater Festival.
KENOSHA — The Kenosha Junior Woman’s Club’s Bowl for a Cause fundraiser will be noon to 3 p.m. Saturday at Sheridan Lanes, 1120 80th St.
The man who killed his girlfriend then left her body in a car in a Chicago parking lot has pleaded guilty to reckless homicide and hiding a corpse.
If you’re familiar with the 1973 caper film “The Sting,” then you know that movie, starring Paul Newman and Robert Redford as a couple of professional grifters, is loaded with wonderful scenes. (And a great musical score, including the ragtime melody “The Entertainer” by Scott Joplin.)