SOMERS – A joint review board established to oversee tax incremental finance districts in Somers unanimously approved the village’s second district at a meeting Wednesday night.
SOMERS — A one-time candidate for Village Board is being tapped to fill the remaining term for former trustee Larry Harding.
SOMERS — A special joint work session of the village and town boards will be held Saturday morning to discuss the proposed 2016 budget.
Work to remediate the 109-acre, former Chrysler Engine Plant site is proceeding on schedule, a city official said Thursday.
BRIGHTON — With an ongoing manhunt taking place right in their backyard, Brighton residents have taken to extreme measures to make things as difficult as possible for fugitive Andrew Obregon.
A hoax text message threatening violence at Indian Trail High School and Academy left some families spooked, and led police and district officials to warn that such pranks can lead to criminal charges.
Members of the Kenosha Unified School Board will review conceptual plans for two new sports stadiums that will built as part of a $16.7 million plan to improve district sports facilities.
Authorities identified a Kenosha man who was fatally struck by a Metra train Wednesday behind Simmons Field, 7817 Sheridan Road.
WILMOT — Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated School District recently sold the former Wilmot Grade School building, a target of vandalism earlier this year.
KENOSHA — The Kenosha Kingfish will host the second annual Spooky Sprint 5K, benefiting the Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation, on Saturday.
Kenosha Unified School District officials say schools will be open Thursday despite a threat circulated via text on Wednesday.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — The Pleasant Prairie Police Department has announced the pending released into the community of two sex offenders.
A Kenosha woman was in critical condition Wednesday night at a Milwaukee-area hospital after she was stabbed in the back at a home in the 4800 block of 29th Avenue, according to police.
A man died Wednesday night when he was struck by a northbound Metra train on railroad tracks behind Simmons Field, 7817 Sheridan Road.
TWIN LAKES — Village officials voiced support this week for a resolution that would declare the Fairway Woods developer's agreement to be in default for failure by the developer to complete the subdivision's infrastructure.
It was a big pat on the back Wednesday morning for Amazon and the government officials who helped bring the online retail giant to Kenosha.
PADDOCK LAKE — The seat on the Central High School Board representing Salem constituents will remain open through the April general election.
KENOSHA — Kenosha’s Fall Festival will be 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Library Park, 711 59th Place.
Kenosha motorists can expect slightly higher gasoline prices over the next couple of weeks as Midwestern refineries undergo routine maintenance and repairs.
This article has been revised since its original posting.