The acting chief executive of the Clinton Foundation says the global philanthropy is working quickly to remedy mistakes it made in how it disclosed donors, saying that its policies on transparency and contributions from foreign governments are "stronger than ever."
Kenosha’s canvas expanded Sunday as more than 80 artists opened up their homes, studios and workspaces to the public.
The fifth annual “Get Behind the Arts” tour took hundreds of visitors to a dozen sites where visitors could learn the craft, watch the artists at work and hear the stories behind the art.
The Carthage softball program has qualified for the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin Tournament eight years in a row and 14 times since 1998.
That streak is in jeopardy after the Reds were swept by 11th-ranked Illinois Wesleyan in a doubleheader on Sunday afternoon at Carthage.
Baptisms are a time for family celebration and when Aiden Cain is baptized Sunday at Salem United Methodist Church, all eyes will be on him and his heirloom baptismal gown.
Little Aiden, who was born Sept. 29, 2014, will be the 19th baby in the Edward Sacco family to receive God’s blessing of baptism while wearing the gown.
LAUREL — To high school students across the nation who are using tobacco less, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control. Teen smoking hit a new low last year of 9.2 percent and the use of cigars, chewing tobacco and snuff also declined. Tobacco products put an unnecessary burden on the pocketbooks and health of their users. Unfortunately, the report notes that teen use of e-cigarettes tripled and they’re just a new nicotine delivery method.
Orson Welles — whose 100th birthday is coming up on May 6 — is Kenosha’s most famous native son.
But that doesn’t mean Kenoshans know everything (or even very much) about the man who gained international fame as a writer, producer, actor and director. His most memorable achievement was his film “Citizen Kane,” which regularly tops lists of the greatest movies ever made.