A new study in The Chronicle of Philanthropy found that adults in Kenosha County gave an average of $2,134 to charity that year, which amounted to 2.2 percent of each person's annual income.
One of the riskiest high-speed chases in recent memory was documented by stunning dash-cam video, released by the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department on Wednesday.
The pursuit, which involved three law enforcement agencies, began at 11:42 a.m. Oct. 16 in the 9500 block of Interstate 94 and traveled both directions on the interstate through Kenosha and Racine counties.
The St. Joseph and Shoreland Lutheran girls volleyball teams both pulled off home WIAA Division-3 regional quarterfinals sweeps on Tuesday to set up a Thursday meeting.
Fourth-seeded St. Joseph took down No. 14 Carmen while No. 5 Shoreland downed No. 12 Eastbrook/Hope School.
Slow cookers have legions of fans. I am not among them.
It’s partly philosophical, partly practical. Let’s start with the latter. Truth is, I’m just not good at producing food that tastes all that great in a slow cooker. Whatever I make ends up either tasteless mush or wildly overcooked or — on days when I’m really shining — both mushy and wildly overcooked.
The Kenosha City Council, which is usually cooperative with Mayor Keith Bosman, has found something to disagree with him about — public Wi-Fi downtown.
The mayor hasn’t shown much interest in the Kenosha County proposal to add free public access to the Internet along the lakefront from 35th Street to 65th Street. The plan proposed by Kenosha County Executive Jim Kreuser also includes adding Wi-Fi to Kenosha County parks.
Who says the scariest creature out there right now is an opinion poll taker?
While we’ve been busy being bombarded by political talking points, the undead were gearing up for another Halloween season.