“I want to put a shingle out, like a doctor in ‘Little House on the Prairie,’” said Dr. Raaid Museitif.
Museitif was born and raised in Kenosha and attended the University of Wisconsin in Madison and the University of Wisconsin Medical School.
Uline is planning to occupy another warehouse in Pleasant Prairie.
The shipping supply company’s plans to open a 521,000-square-foot warehouse in LakeView Corporate Park is on Monday’s agenda for the village Plan Commission.
The Kenosha Area Business Alliance and the Kenosha Area Chamber of Commerce on Thursday named seven local companies and one individual as their 2014 Business Excellence Award winners.
The Kenosha County Business Excellence awards began in 2005 when KABA and the chamber joined to present a collaborative program celebrating successul companies in the county.
The city is working out the final details on a lease contract that would open the doors for a new restaurant to begin operations at the Metra train station by the end of September.
Kenosha Area Transit Director, Ron Iwen Thursday said the restaurant initially would likely operate from 5:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and could expand its hours later depending upon customer flow.
A Gurnee, Ill.-based producer of packaged consumer goods plans to move its operations to Pleasant Prairie.
Quest Products purchased a building at 8201 104th St. in LakeView Corporate Park this week, and plans to move about 30 jobs to Pleasant Prairie, according to Jean Werbie-Harris, the village’s community development director.
It’s been a grim summer in much of the world. Yet investors in the United States have largely shrugged it off — so far at least.
A big reason is that five years after the Great Recession officially ended, the U.S. economy is showing a strength and durability that other major nations can only envy. Thanks in part to the Federal Reserve’s ultra-low interest rates, employers have ramped up hiring, factories have boosted production and businesses have been making money.
Thomas Koessl, of Kenosha, has joined Much Shelist, a Chicago-based law firm, as a principal in the labor and employment practice group. He received a juris doctorate degree from Chicago-Kent College of Law and a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. Koessl councils clients on employment and labor law, including compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Family Medical Leave Act and National Labor Relations Act, employee discipline, on-site investigations and labor relations. (photo in images external)
Michele Randall and Janet Pobar, of Randall & Pobar LLC, a full-service financial planning and investment management services firm, have been named Five Star Best in Client Satisfaction Wealth Managers for 2014.
Riley Construction is nearing completion on one project and has started another:
American Job Shop LLC, of Bristol, has been approved to be the northern hemisphere tier one supplier for all two-cycle diesel business for Rolls Royce and Detroit Diesel production by MTU America.
Demand had finally picked up.
New orders were beginning to roll in.
Authorities on Monday identified a man whose body was found on the Union Pacific Railroad tracks this weekend after being struck by a train.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — The village is seeking public feedback regarding stop signs temporarily installed at three locations.
The city is seeking outside funds to help in the fight to keep sediment from settling in Southport Marina.
A 25-year-old Kenosha man was shocked with a Taser and arrested after a foot chase outside Kohl’s, 7200 Green Bay Road, at approximately 12:30 p.m. Monday.
Bianca Vite’s family has been to court hearing after court hearing for nearly two years, looking for justice for the murdered young woman.
A former St. Joseph Catholic Academy teacher has admitted stealing more than $1.7 million from his in-laws and two organizations.
Bob Rohrman Auto Group, after two years of battling a wetlands issue in Bristol, is now close to opening Kenosha Nissan, the company’s first Wisconsin store and its third new dealership this month.
A second girl has accused Curt Johnson of sexual abuse, according to a lawsuit filed in Racine County Circuit Court.
The Kenosha Education Association is looking for new leadership.
KENOSHA — Children ages 8 and up can make Halloween papier mache massk during a class that begins Saturday.
Question: What prominent local attorney went toe-to-toe with Mary Baker Eddy, founder of the Church of Christ Scientist, before settling in Kenosha?
What if your house was on fire, your child was approached by a stranger or someone attempted to rob you at gun point?
Big Read events for the week of Sept. 28:
The Rev. Kara Baylor was called to help challenge, as well as, guide students in their journey from college to career.
A Kenosha motorcyclist was hurt in a crash at 63rd Street and 23rd Avenue just before 4 p.m. Saturday.
Maria Fabiano has been making dresses and altering clothing in Kenosha since 1966. She has been at her current location, Maria’s Dresmaking Shop, 3011 22nd Ave., for 34 years.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — With the walls now going up at what will become the new Fire Station No. 1 on land adjacent to Village Hall at 39th Avenue and Highway ML, it appears the project continues to be on schedule.
MOUNT PLEASANT — A fundraiser for the Choral Arts Society will take place 5 to 9 p.m. Monday at Georgie Porgie’s, 5502 Washington Ave., Mount Pleasant.
Each Monday, the Kenosha News takes a look at the life of a Kenosha County resident who recently died. We share with you, through the memories of family and friends, a life remembered.