Think twice before tossing out those really comfy Alan Edmonds, Clarks, Keens, Gabors, Pikolinos, Kois, Chippewas, Durangos or whatever trusty footwear — flip-flops don’t count — you’ve come to love.
A large sink hole opened up at 56th Street and 23rd Avenue Saturday, prompting Kenosha Police to shut down the intersection.
A Kenosha man was arrested for his third offense of operating while intoxicated at 7:22 p.m. Friday, after an officer saw him speed up to get away after making eye contact.
A man who stole bikes from Carthage College and downtown Kenosha and then sold them must pay back $861.74 while he serves two years of probation.
A longtime Kenosha business is getting a new owner and a new name, but will keep the same hometown feel.
When they aren’t repairing water main breaks and ensuring the drinking water is safe, some local water utility workers can be found in Guatemala, doing much of the same for people in places less fortunate than Kenosha.
Thirty-seven years ago, Phil Johnson turned his favorite hobby into a profession.
While the ice is gone from our part of Lake Michigan, the frozen stuff is still hanging on farther north, with nearly a quarter of the lake still covered in ice.
KENOSHA — Darleen Coleman from the Retired Senior Volunteer Program will be the speaker at the next meeting of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association Kenosha Chapter 1436.
A pair of educators will be honored by the American Association of University Women May 8.
As the weather warms, residents can try to forget one of the longest, coldest winters in recent memory and focus on more important things, like tornadoes.
A Kenosha man who shot himself in the wrist after beating his girlfriend over a Facebook comment will spend one year in prison.