Firefighters were called to 8760 Camp Lake Road about 7:45 p.m. to help rein in a controlled burn that had gotten out of control.
Residents and visitors could have access to the long-awaited, free wireless Internet service in parks and other outdoor venues at Kenosha’s lakefront by the end of May, according to county officials.
Engineers from CDWG, with whom Kenosha County has contracted to site and install “access points” for the Wi-Fi project, should begin surveying work next week, according to Martin Lacock, director of the county’s Division of Information Technology.
KENOSHA — Bradford senior Scott Seymour declared himself “fully healthy” from the stress fracture in his foot that cut short his track season last spring.
Their stories warmed our hearts, and their chili warmed our tummies.
On Saturday, three contestants vied for the distinction of cooking up the tastiest chili recipe in the Kenosha News inaugural chili cook-off, sponsored by Pick ’n Save, 5710 75th St.
The ballot for Tuesday’s election includes a statewide referendum on changing the way the chief justice of the state Supreme Court is selected.
The state Constitution designates the longest serving member of the court as the chief justice. If a majority says “yes” to the question on the ballot, the Constitution will be changed so the chief justice is selected by the justices themselves.
Now that the Menominee Nation’s option to purchase the Dairyland Greyhound Park property has expired and the property is back on the market, it’s clear the Hard Rock casino project will never come to realization in Kenosha.
Both pro-casino and anti-casino residents of our fair city are turning their attention to what’s next.