The Kenosha County Board voted Tuesday night to send back to its committees a proposal to install gates to secure an employee parking lot used by law enforcement staff.
While the Public Works and Facilities Committee and the Finance and Administration Committee approved the proposal earlier, a number of supervisors questioned the $60,000 cost.
Facing a halftime deficit, the Tremper girls soccer team scored twice in a 39-second span midway through the second half in a 2-1 Southeast Conference victory over Indian Trail on Tuesday night at chilly Ameche Field.
The Trojans improved to 2-0 in the SEC (5-4 overall).
Baseball is not just about the game, it’s about the food, too.
The National Hot Dog and Sausage Council estimates that fans will eat a whopping 21,357,316 hot dogs and 5,508,887 sausages during the 2014 Major League season — enough to stretch from Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles to Wrigley Field in Chicago.
The newbies have something to say.
Sunday’s Kenosha News featured interviews with several newcomers about what drew them to Kenosha. Their responses were probably reassuring to the city officials and others who are trying to focus attention on Kenosha’s downtown and the lakefront.
The percussive, story-telling dance style of Chicago Tap Theatre will be on display at 7:30 p.m. on April 18 at the James Lumber Center for the Performing Arts at the College of Lake County in Grayslake.
This young and vibrant dance company strives to preserve the American dance form of tap and make it even more creative and innovative. CTT’s hallmark format, the story show, employs modern themes and personalities to tell original stories using diverse music, from Chet Baker to David Bowie, Nine Inch Nails to Leonard Cohen.