Festival Foods announced Tuesday the business will expand to Mount Pleasant.
The company operates 19 Wisconsin supermarkets, including one in Kenosha. Festival Foods intends to remodel a vacant building at 5740 Washington Ave. The building was previously home to a Sentry Foods.
Kenosha’s Jamie Young won low honors out of 49 players in a Wisconsin State Open Qualifier on Monday at the Racine Country Club.
Young fired a 2-over par 73 (35-38) to claim a one-stroke victory over six players.
The assignment is one of the weekly tasks proposed to help caregivers learn a critical lesson: take care of yourself so you can give the best care to your loved ones.
“Powerful Tools for Caregivers” is a program offered through Kenosha County Aging and Disability Resource Center, offered six times each year at several locations throughout Kenosha County.
If it seems early for the polls to be open for voting, that’s because it is early.
The next Election Day is Aug. 12. That’s the date for Wisconsin’s partisan primaries. This election used to be held in September, but it was moved to August a few years ago to allow more time between the primary and the general election in November. The first August primary was just two years ago.
The Kenosha Youth Performing Arts Company is dreaming big — and hoping audiences will be inspired to, too — in its colorful, magical musical opening Thursday (July 31).
“Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” tells the story of Joseph, his 11 brothers and the coat of many colors in a show loosely based on Biblical retellings. The family musical focuses on the trials and triumphs of Israel’s favorite son.