Mark Behrens, the newly appointed executive vice president and chief financial officer for Johnson Bank and Johnson Financial Group, started his career with American State Bank in Kenosha.
State Bank of the Lakes, a subsidiary of the $18 billion Wintrust Community Bank network, has opened its second Kenosha branch.
The new branch opened Monday at 8056 39th Ave., with Ann Wojtkiewicz, a veteran banker, as its manager.
North Shore Bank is seeking a new buyer for a 49-acre land tract that was designated for a 480-unit apartment development just west of Interstate 94 in Kenosha.
David Lane, a vice president with Brookfield-based North Shore Bank, said an agreement ended when the prospective buyer, Continental Properties Co., bowed out of the deal. The land has been relisted with the Milwaukee-based CBRE, a real estate services firm that has put it on the market for $3.5 million.
Kenall Manufacturing, a producer of commercial lighting fixtures, is actively seeking skilled job candidates to fill positions in an expanded fabrication production department.
Since relocating to Kenosha from Gurnee, Ill., last year, the company has been on the fast track, completing construction of its 354,000-square-foot headquarters and manufacturing facility ahead of schedule and beginning full production by the end of January.
The Kenosha Area Business Alliance has put together “Doing Business in Kenosha County,” a publication that is not a headliner for a marketing program, but could be used as a tool to lure more economic development enterprises.
From cover to cover, the 12-page publication touts attractions and the benefits of launching a business in Kenosha County.
The yellow trucks and equipment of Bane-Nelson Inc. are a familiar sight around the community, as the company has been a part of building — and rebuilding — Kenosha for decades. Five decades, as a matter of fact. This year, Bane-Nelson celebrates its 50th anniversary.
The company has two divisions — industrial and construction — and its projects have been as nearby as down the street and as far-flung as Australia. The company’s roots run back more than 100 years.
Another former Kenoshan is taking his idea to market.
Alex Hambrock, a 2009 graduate of Tremper High School, and four others who met at the University of Minnesota, launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund development of the HidrateMe bottle.
Kenosha Community Health Center Inc. has added two nurse Practitioners to the center:
— Tanya Hoar is a pediatric nurse practitioner currently licensed to practice in Wisconsin and previously licensed in Texas. She received her undergraduate nursing degree at UW-Milwaukee and completed her Master’s Degree from Marquette University. She is a member of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. Areas of interest within her practice include allergy and asthma management as well as general patient education. Tanya was raised in Kenosha and has just returned to the area after spending the last four years in Texas as a primary care Pediatric NP while also developing a background in Spanish.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — Uline is proposing to build a conference center on its corporate headquarters west of Interstate 94.
The village Plan Commission this week unanimously approved the preliminary site and operational plan for the two-level, 22,500-square-foot building that would overlook a retention pond on the campus just 300 feet from the main building.
BRIGHTON — The majority of Brighton residents at a special meeting Tuesday said they want their town dump back.
Nestled behind a conference center and expansive parking lot is one of the most peaceful, yet educationally interesting areas on the Gateway Technical College Kenosha campus.
Authorities said an ashtray dumped into a garbage can is the likely cause of a Monday night structure fire at 7742 Ninth Court.
Just how young was Oscar Villalobos when he began working for the Kenosha Police Department? Villalobos was so young, he needed his mom’s permission to buy bullets.
If you happened to look up during Sunday’s Kenosha Civic Veterans Parade, you might have seen more than an escaped balloon.
Derrell Greene is really retiring this time around.
About 42 million Americans nationwide will be hitting the road this Fourth of July weekend, the highest volume of holiday travelers since 2007, according to AAA.
From the shimmering colors that dart across the night sky to a rumbling boom, fireworks are always a captivating show on Independence Day celebrations.
SALEM — The town’s Incorporation Committee presented Monday the results of its yearlong study of the benefits, tax implications and steps required to incorporate the town of Salem into a village.
Eagle-eyed neighbors are being credited for quickly alerting authorities to a house fire Monday evening.
After rejecting the policy for last school year, the Kenosha Unified School Board has approved a district policy on the state’s Course Options program, allowing students to take courses at other schools and colleges at district expense.
Heroin and driving don’t mix.
Seven years after completing his fourth consecutive term as Kenosha mayor, John Antaramian officially declared Monday he will again seek cty hall’s top spot.
Kenall Manufacturing, a Kenosha-based producer of commercial and industrial LED lighting systems, is on a special mission to make hospitals, parking garages and roadway tunnels safer places.
Kenosha Police are looking for the driver of a red Pontiac involved in a hit-and-run crash with a moped Monday afternoon.
Kenosha County lake associations are being warned about a new threat — starry stonewort, an invasive algae that forms a dense mat of material on the lake bottom, preventing native plants from growing and fish from spawning.
Kenosha’s Independence Day celebration Saturday will result in some road closings and traffic adjustments.
The Independence Day holiday on Saturday will affect some city hours and services.
Question: Kenosha industrialist Zalmon G. Simmons bankrolled what small but mighty railway in 1889?