The University of Wisconsin-Parkside explores a complex coming-of-age story driven by love, survival and coming to terms with the past in a play shadowed by dark themes and difficult topics.
The H.F. Johnson Gallery of Art at Carthage College incorporates natural movements in its most recent exhibit featuring three artists.
Before the event was to begin, a couple Carthage College staff and students announced the winners of a raffle. It took the winners quite a while to walk from the crowd to the makeshift stage, but not because of the distance between them.
PARIS — A 35-year-old Paddock Lake man was seriously injured Thursday afternoon after crashing his car into the rear of a stopped school bus on Highway 45 just south of Highway 142.
When Kenosha History Center Executive Director Don Shepard walked into the museum on the morning of Feb. 5, he almost could have chilled a tray of ice cubes in the Rambler Gallery without the aid of a freezer. It was 34 degrees in the huge space.
With continued snow and the upcoming return to daylight saving time, the Kenosha Fire Department has two reminders to pass along. One has to do with fire hydrants and the other with smoke detectors.
SOMERS — It is hard to believe that Shoreland Lutheran’s girls basketball team can play better defensively than it did in Tuesday’s 50-20 victory over visiting Christian Life in a WIAA Division 4 regional quarterfinal.
A dog with serious injuries believed to be caused by abuse is getting a second chance thanks to a Kenosha veterinarian and a local rescue group.
The man who took two children on a terrifying outing to railroad tracks in Kenosha just before Halloween offered no explanation or apology at his Tuesday sentencing hearing.
Some people toss beads on Fat Tuesday, while others pass out paczki.
Matt Hardy is completing his first year as a high school basketball official.
KENOSHA — Senior point guard Stephanie Kuzmanic was as protective of the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin Women’s Tournament championship trophy as she was of the basketball after yet another battle with Illinois Wesleyan on Saturday.
Candice Reimholz was having a tough day when she decided to make a grand gesture.
Nearly everyone gathered at Carthage College’s Hedberg Library Saturday liked green eggs and ham, despite what they might have heard about the snack in a Dr. Seuss book.
KENOSHA — Maybe Ben Chamness is a postseason good-luck charm.
With winter hanging on colder and longer this season, Kenosha Fire Department officials said they have responded to more carbon monoxide incidents — actual and unfounded.
Curiosity about a street designation led to honoring a Kenosha Green Beret and his family more than 12 years after he died.
Spotlight Youth Theater hopes to make audiences fall in love with a classic tale all over again in its presentation of “The Wizard of Oz” opening today.
RACINE — A comedy filled with wacky characters accompanied by lessons of family love and acceptance is hitting the Racine Theatre Guild stage for the first time starting today.