The Kenosha community has “circled its wagons” around the Shalom Center.
Barely one week after appealing to the public to “circle ” in support of a $100,000 matching funds campaign for its permanent homeless shelter, the Shalom Center has announced that it has hit that mark and more.
These games have a purpose.
The fifth annual Holiday Classic kicked off Tuesday evening, drawing hundreds of young athletes and local basketball fans to Carthage College’s Tarble Arena.
As development and redevelopment proceed at a steady pace, questions often arise about how existing buildings in Kenosha can remain vacant or abandoned for long periods of time.
Kenosha News reader Lorrie Marzini asked: “Why do we allow so many empty store fronts and buildings to sit for such long periods of time? Can’t restrictions be put in place to stop this?”