BURLINGTON — Whether they were carving it, digging for a prize, feasting face first for a contest or simply sampling the confections, thousands paid homage to chocolate at the annual Chocolate Fest on Saturday.
KENOSHA — The Kenosha Kings opened their season with a pair of losses against the Romeoville (Ill.) Royals in non-league games Saturday at Simmons Field.
SOMERS — A tear-soaked Karen Tenyer couldn’t quite hold herself together Saturday as her daughter prepared to walk across the stage as a newly minted graduate of Shoreland Lutheran High School.
KENOSHA — When one of the county’s better golfers is given a 15 percent advantage on every hole, it typically paves the way for better drives, easier approach shots, shorter putts and ultimately lower scores over the competition.
Church name: Turning Point Life Church
KENOSHA — Just try to outslug the Tremper softball team.
Dozens of baskets of flowers have been hung downtown, a herald of spring for the past 12 years.
RACINE — Alligators, crocodiles, venomous snakes and other poisonous reptiles do not make good pets. Period.
Indian Trail boys track and field coach Brian Vanderhoef believed success would eventually come for his first-year program. He just never envisioned it would happen this quickly.
Congratulations, Kenosha! You’re a six-figure town.
In the scheme of political scandals, Kenosha’s case of the glued door lock is no Watergate.
Charges have been filed against a woman believed to have stolen more than $170,000 from the cemetery where she worked from 2006 to 2009.
Today’s problem: Deterioration and disrepair of equipment deterred parents, families from bringing kids to the lakefront playground popularly known as “Tot’s Park,”
The two men shot in last week’s home invasion are lucky to be alive, prosecutors said. Both were shot in the head or face at close range.
The couple accused of starving and neglecting horses on their Pleasant Prairie farm are headed for a hearing, despite not yet hiring an attorney.
For Tim Fulton, a Somers small-scale beekeeper and past Wisconsin Honey Producer Association president, says the continuing loss of honeybee colonies throughout the world is a cause for major alarm.
Tremper senior tennis player John Carswell will take a perfect record into next week’s WIAA Individual State Tournament in Madison.
Kevin Kolaczewski fired a 77 (37-40) and was one stroke short of winning medalist honors as the Bradford golf team won the eight-team WIAA Division-1 regional Tuesday at Meadowbrook Country Club in Racine.
A resurfacing project will bring more lane closures to Interstate 94 in Kenosha County starting next week.