Providing public employee salaries in an online database allows citizens to act as a watchdog on government spending.
An independent economic impact study claims that Gateway Technical College is a good investment that saves taxpapers money and produces more than $933.2 million in income to the region.
Chicago’s reaction action to ban smoking — cigarettes, e-cigarettes or medical marijuana — in public parks hasn’t appeared to gain much traction in Kenosha County.
Gateway Technical College, citing a need to update its Law Enforcement Center facilities, has tentatively approved a $3.75 million expansion project that includes a new shooting range, training facilities and simulation facades at its Kenosha campus.
KENOSHA — A beach cleanup is slated for 9 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, starting on the Simmons Island beach.
On Monday, the Kenosha City Council will be tasked with choosing a preferred route for the streetcar expansion project.
The developer behind the Residences at Library Park project received the go-ahead from the city’s Plan Commission Thursday, paving the way for work to begin in January.
More charges will be coming for the man and woman accused of working together to record video footage in women’s locker rooms at the Pleasant Prairie RecPlex and the Uline headquarters.
A Kenosha man was taken into custody for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of a controlled substance after driving a dump truck into the back of a SUV at the intersection of Washington Road and Green Bay Road just before 7 a.m. Tuesday.
Room 209 in the Kenosha County Courthouse was flooded with well-wishers Wednesday as the bench welcomed its newest judge.
Kenosha County residents are still struggling with jobs, low incomes and access to health insurance, according to data released this week by the U.S. Census Bureau.
SILVER LAKE — Calling Wednesday’s Village Board meeting a bit heated would be more than a bit of an understatement.
Crews came up short Wednesday, after a daylong search for an Illinois man who went missing while boating in Silver Lake on Tuesday.
The race for Wisconsin governor couldn’t be any closer with just seven weeks to go.
Gateway Technical College president Bryan Albrecht has joined the push to get financial aid for students who attend short-term technical educational programs.
Final approval has been given to the city’s plans to rescue ailing tax incremental districts by shuffling revenue from better-performing districts.
A state task force tackling Wisconsin’s achievement gap plans to release a report on its plan next week.
A Kenosha man flagged down an officer claiming he was attacked before being arrested for brutally beating a woman inside an apartment in the 6000 block of 30th Avenue just after 9 p.m. Tuesday.
Tremper High School senior Maximiliano Jacinto was invited to attend State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers’ State of Education address in Madison this month in honor of his being named Evers’ counterpart at Badger Boys State.
A 42-year-old Bristol man was unconscious and bleeding heavily after being struck in the face with a glass mug outside a residence in the 17700 block of 91st Place in Bristol just after 3 a.m. Tuesday, according to the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department.
If you feel like you are seeing a lot of monarch butterflies in Kenosha County, you’re not alone. This is the peak time for monarch migration in this part of the country.
KENOSHA — Ballroom dancing for kids classes begin Thursday at the Kemper Center, 6501 Third Ave.
Life at Fire Station 5 will soon return to normal, now that the city has approved a construction contract to fix the station’s faltering floor.