Ed Fallone, Vince Megna and Pat Roggensack are candidates for Wisconsin Supreme Court. One of them will be eliminated in the Feb. 19 primary. The two highest vote-getters advance to the April 2 general election for the nonpartisan office.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — With the retirement of George Easton as municipal judge, three candidates are vying to fill the seat: David Berman, Brenda Dahl and Richard Ginkowski. The top two vote getters will face off in the April 2 general election.
SILVER LAKE — Electors will narrow the number of Silver Lake municipal judge candidates from three to two in the Feb. 19 primary.
There are three candidates for Bristol president. They are Michael Farrell, the current president; Colleen Fisch, a village trustee; and Ruth Atwood, a village trustee. The field must be narrowed to two.
There are eight candidates running for three seats on the Silver Lake Village Board. They are Nancy Barranco, Michael Decker, Carolyn Dodge, Pat Dunn, Barbara Ironside, Roger Johnson, Chris Sarver and Sotiria Wilber. The field must be narrowed to six.
There are three candidates for one Wheatland supervisor position. The candidates are Jeff Butler, Robert Haas and Kelly Wilson. The field must be narrowed to two.
There are five candidates for two seats on the Kenosha Unified School Board. They are Kyle Flood, David Gallo, Samuel Peter Martin, William J. Mauer III and Rebecca Stevens. The field must be narrowed to four. All candidates were given the opportunity to record video statements. Martin, Mauer and Stevens did so.
There are five candidates running for two seats on the Bristol School Board. They are Lynn Keller, Katie O’Neill, Doug O’Reilly, Jack Spencer and Lisa Wadin. The field must be narrowed to four.
Kenosha police and paramedics responded Thursday night to the reported stabbing of a woman in the 8000 block of 14th Avenue.
JOHANNESBURG — Nelson Mandela was a master of forgiveness.
Heather Adamski, who was fatally shot early Wednesday in Kenosha, was described by a longtime friend as someone who “saw the good in everybody.”
Kenosha County’s Division of Health has received a high performance accreditation by a national program supported by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, among others.
Teachers and other employees in the Kenosha Unified School District are in limbo as the district holds off on implementing new contracts.
BRIGHTON — New Brighton School administrator Penny Boileau was wishing she was already here this week as eight inches of snow fell in Winter, Wis., where she serves as superintendent of a 4K-12 district of 332 students.
The Kenosha City Council elections slated for this spring are shaping up to feature a number of contested races, according to papers filed with the city clerk’s office.
PADDOCK LAKE — Sara Tanner saw the new Timeless Child storefront several weeks ago when she brought her children to Paddock Lake to visit their grandparents.
KENOSHA — The Kenosha Literacy Council will unveil its 2013 Student Anthology at its annual winter celebration from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at Southwest Library, 7979 38th Ave.
A man fought with Kenosha Medical Center emergency room personnel Tuesday afternoon, police say, injuring security officers who were trying to calm him down.
Two people were cited for public nudity after someone saw them having sex in a car on the Gateway campus Tuesday afternoon.
Kenosha County Youth As Resources, a grant-giving program that helps youth groups in Kenosha County to plan and implement community service and service-learning projects, has awarded four grants to local organizations this fall.
A woman is dead and a 38-year-old man in custody after a 10-hour standoff in Kenosha Wednesday.
STURTEVANT — Gateway Technical College’s programs that seek to eliminate the “skills mismatch” between manufacturers and potential employees drew the praise of U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez Wednesday.
TWIN LAKES — Allied Plastics got the nods of approval it needed from the Plan Commission Wednesday to proceed with purchasing the Christmas tree lot on Holy Hill Road for use as a 140-stall parking lot.
The 2013 Crossing Borders Artist Market & Studio Tour this weekend provides an opportunity to see artists from southeastern Wisconsin and northeastern Illinois at work.
Entrepreneurs looking to open pawn or secondhand shops in Kenosha now have to abide by new rules dictating their location.
The spring election campaign for the Kenosha Unified School Board looks like it may be getting crowded.
At Bradford High School, about 350 kids will be getting a lesson in the Game of Life next week when — with the help of Educators Credit Union — the school holds Reality Check.
I may be exaggerating, but it feels like I’ve been eating cookies non-stop since mid-November.
SOMERS — A holiday boutique and bake sale will take place 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Hawthorn Hollow, 880 Green Bay Road, Somers.
A Salem man stole a gun, police say, when he burglarized a home last month.