Local law enforcement busted two Kenosha residents Friday for heroin delivery.
A rousing reception greeted the Kenosha Area Pipes and Drums Association late Saturday afternoon when nine bagpipers and 10 drummers filed into Spanky’s Bar & Grill on 52nd Street in full kilted regalia playing “Wings.”
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — While walkers and joggers circled the track above, the fieldhouse floor of the RecPlex in Pleasant Prairie bustled with mascots, balloon creatures, families and exhibitors.
Kathryn Bolkovac’s story about how she uncovered widespread human trafficking in 1991 while with the International Police Task Force for the United Nations is told in the 2011 film “The Whistleblower.”
STURTEVANT — A tax reform roundtable, featuring Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch and Revenue Secretary Rick Chandler, begins at 10 a.m. Monday in Room 104 of Gateway Technical College’s SC Johnson iMET Center, 2320 Renaissance Blvd., Sturtevant.
The Kenosha Police Department is stepping up — way up — for a good cause in memory of a lost colleague and friend.
PADDOCK LAKE — Highway 50 was closed temporarily to westbound traffic Friday night in order for We Energies workers to do utility repairs after an electrical pole was broken when an elderly driver accidently struck a support cable.
WISCONSIN DELLS — Friday started with a Super Quiz Relay win, was filled with individual honors and ended with the first state championship for Wilmot Union High School’s Academic Decathlon team.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — The first phases of turning a former Manu-Tronics property into an expanded neighborhood park got started Friday with village public works crews beginning demolition of the lone building on the site.
KENOSHA — Beginning guitar lessons begin Tuesday at the Kemper Center, 6501 Third Ave.
Six local private schools have applied to be included in the Wisconsin Parental Choice voucher program for next school year.
It was just a skit, but when one adult called another “stupid”, the elementary school students in the audience at Gateway Technical College gasped.
The conservative group suing the Kenosha Unified School District and the Kenosha Education Association amended the suit this week to include two other unions and individual school board members.
WAUKEGAN, Ill. (AP) — A Lake County judge has denied a request by a Waukegan woman accused of killing a 3-month-old Kenosha child to leave jail to visit her dying father in Milwaukee.
One of Earlene Girman’s favorite quotes from suffragette leader Susan B. Anthony is a mantra that Anthony often repeated: “Girls, remember equal pay for equal work!”