Sozo Chiropractic, 3720 72nd Ave., owned by DoniBeth Davis, is celebrating its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 5 p.m. on Thursday. The celebration will continue with an open house until 7:30 p.m. It will offer food, giveaways and posture screenings. Sozo Chiropractic covers issues including neck pain, back pain, numbness, sciatica, sports and repetitive motion injuries and more.
Southport Heating, Plumbing & Geothermal, 6919 51st St., Kenosha, has announced that it is to begin construction on a new 30,000-square-foot building located in Caledonia. The building is slated to be completed by Dec. 1, after which the company will move to the new location. Southport is a full-service plumbing, HVAC and geothermal company providing 24-hour emergency service.
Bob Loffredo, vice president of industrial production for Snap-on Incorporated in Kenosha, has been elected to Lakeland College’s board of Trustees. Loffredo will participate in his first meeting in October.
Loffredo earned a bachelor’s degree in education from Lakeland in 1970 and a master’s degree in education administration from the University of Illinois in 1974. He taught school for seven years, was an assistant elementary principal and football coach for the Kewaunee, Ill., School District. He was inducted into the Lakeland Athletic Hall of Fame in 1982 in recognition of his accomplishments as a Lakeland football player.
Antioch, Ill.-based State Bank of the Lakes is awaiting regulatory approval to complete the acquisition of Talmer Bank and Trust and expand its presence in Kenosha.
If approved, State Bank of the Lakes, a unit of Wintrust Community Bank network, will take over operations on Aug. 8.
While fewer Kenosha County homeowners are facing foreclosure, many of those who have struggled through the process for several months are losing the battle.
Foreclosure filings in May were down 6.7 percent compared to the same period a year ago.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — Costco Wholesale Corp. has begun plans to build in the Prairie Ridge development area, Pleasant Prairie Village Administrator Michael Pollocoff said Wednesday.
The membership-only warehouse company has not completed any formal paperwork for the development, Though, conceptual plans have been presented to village administration, Pollocoff confirmed.
Such is the plight of Don Miller, president and owner of Instrument Specialists Inc., a Twin Lakes manufacturer of thermal analysis equipment.
“We don’t have a human resource person who knows the right places to find somebody,” Miller said. “A big business may know how to recruit, but a small company may have no clue.”
The largest private employer of Kenosha County residents has laid off an unspecified number of workers in an effort to reduce expenses.
Abbott Laboratories, based in North Chicago, Ill., confirmed staff reductions are taking place, but would not say how many people or what departments were affected.
Phones start ringing at the Farmington Hills, Mich., salon each time co-owner Miranda Jade Plater posts pictures on photo-sharing app Instagram. Would-be customers call to book appointments or ask questions about hair extensions she posts.
Colorful styles get the most attention. Plater still gets calls about a photo of herself that she uploaded two months ago. In it, she’s wearing long, black curly hair extensions with the ends dyed bright orange. That photo alone has generated about $10,000 in sales.
The man airlifted to Froedtert Hospital in Wauwatosa for treatment after a Wednesday two-car crash at the intersection of 52nd Street and 104th Avenue has died.
Gov. Scott Walker is asking the federal government to help eight Wisconsin counties — including Kenosha County — recover from infrastructure damage caused by the severe winter weather.
STURTEVANT — A $1.89 million state award will go toward reducing student waiting lists and expanding enrollment capacity in high-demand program areas at Gateway Technical College, officials said Wednesday.
RANDALL — Thirty-five thousand feet of fencing, 1,200 portable toilets, 3,000 sets of chairs and tables and 200 cases of toilet paper being transported to the Kenosha County festival grounds can only mean one thing: Country Thunder is about to begin.
Fresh peaches, plums, nectarines and pluots sold nationwide and at the Kenosha Sam’s Club are being recalled over concerns of listeria contamination.
A little cascade of administrative appointments began Tuesday as Sue Savaglio-Jarvis steps into the role of superintendent of Kenosha Unified School District.
A Kenosha man was arrested after a confrontation Tuesday morning.
A dramatic video posted on the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department Facebook page gives the deputy’s view of a high-speed chase on Interstate 94 Tuesday afternoon.
Sleeveless shirts, pants with holes and leggings will be welcome in Kenosha Unified School District classrooms next school year — at least with a few caveats.
BRISTOL — The 10th annual Classic Cruise to Church car show will be 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at First Christian Church, 13022 Wilmot Road.
Kaiden Weiher, 9, is jazzed about Mozart. He is jazzed about orchestra lessons. He is jazzed about being wide awake at 9 a.m. on a Wednesday in the middle of summer.
Dragons are enjoying a pop culture surge, thanks to “Game of Thrones” and “How to Train Your Dragon,” not to mention the band Imagine Dragons. (And, let’s face it, dragons are just cool.)
Plans to adopt a new employee handbook for the Kenosha Unified School District are on hold.
A preliminary budget for Kenosha Unified School District’s 2014-15 school year includes reductions in administrative budgets to allow employee salary hikes, but also includes a new administrative position.
A 7-year-old was taken by Flight for Life helicopter to a Milwaukee-area hospital after hit was struck by a car while riding his bicycle.
It’s been a frustrating weather year so far, with the winter’s polar vortex, weeks of fog this spring, and a summer that feels as though it just arrived.
The six-day Kenosha Homecoming celebration of locally built automobiles got started Tuesday night, with a cruise-in night at the Wendy’s on 39th Avenue and 75th Street.
A revamped Kennedy and Pennoyer parks could have a new soccer field, new overlooks near the lake and reconstructed parking and bathroom facilities.
A decision on whether to expand the Kenosha streetcar will be made by September at the latest, Mayor Keith Bosman said Tuesday.
Pleasant Prairie broke ground on its new fire station Tuesday, to be built next to the current one.
Additional performances and a cooking demonstration have been added to the program for Kenosha’s HarborPark Jazz and Blues Festival on Aug. 16.
YMCA staff closing up Monday night discovered a boy had been left behind.
The Aquanuts of Twin Lakes placed second in Division 1 at the 48th annual Wisconsin Water Ski Show Championships July 17-20 in Wisconsin Rapids, on Lake Wazeecha.
KENOSHA — Volunteers are needed to photograph tombstones at 9 a.m. Friday at Green Ridge Cemetery, 6604 Seventh Ave., as part of a group project of the Kenosha County Genealogical Society.