Kenosha’s new Sculpture Walk is the second two-year run of a project that began in 2011. The new-look walk will feature 10 pieces of sculpture in the by eight artists. They range from four and a half feet to 28 feet tall. Works were chosen by a jury that selects pieces from about 20 applications by artists. The project, organized by the Arts Fund of the Kenosha Community Foundation, is funded by private donors who sponsor individual pieces. Artists are paid a $2,000 stipend to show their work for two years. This app is intended to allow more insight into works that will grace the lakefront for the next two years and the intentions and imagination of the artists that created them.
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PLEASANT PRAIRIE — If two mobile home parks in the village fail to address outstanding zoning and building code violations, the owners’ licenses might not be renewed after their Dec. 31 expiration date.
The Kenosha County Board Tuesday authorized up to $1.7 million in bonds to pay for new software to replace an aging emergency dispatch system.
A plan to expand the Kenosha School of Technology Enhanced Curriculum received a unanimous committee recommendation Tuesday.
Women who have more breast milk than their babies can use are now able to become donors, dropping off their excess milk at a hospital in Racine so it can be pasteurized and used for premature and critically ill babies.
The city’s Commission on the Arts is hoping to improve communication between the group and the public.
A Beach Park, Ill., man arrested as part of a large drug bust this summer has been sent to prison.
KENOSHA — Students in grades K-6 are invited to make winter treasure bottles at the next “Cool Craft Fridays” event, 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Friday at Northside Library, 1500 27th Ave.
SILVER LAKE — The village tax levy will increase 1.47 percent to help cover a 2.7 percent increase in expenses in Silver Lake.
SALEM — A pit bull killed a cat, then bit a teenager who tried to remove the animal from the dog’s jaws on Friday.
BRIGHTON — A 1.2 percent increase in the tax levy is needed to support a 2 percent increase in the Brighton town budget for 2014.
A popular mass transit tax credit — easing the pocketbook for many local Metra commuters — may be cut nearly in half starting Jan. 1.
Alderman Curt Wilson was talking to a constituent when he learned of a break-in in his district. An elderly woman awoke in the middle of the night and found an intruder in her home.
A man believed to be responsible for a spate of break-ins and attempted break-ins near Lincoln Park this fall has been charged.
For the second time, a proposal to extend public comments at City Council meetings was deferred by the council during its Monday meeting.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — The village moved another step closer Monday night to building a new firehouse to replace Fire Station No. 1, which is nearly 50 years old.
An ethics complaint against Alderman Steve Bostrom will progress to a hearing, after the city’s Ethics Board found probable cause that Bostrom violated an ordinance in using his city email on campaign materials.
It’s a bird. It’s a plane. No, it isn’t Superman? And it may not be faster than a speeding bullet. But in the near future, it could be Amazon.com’s Prime Air delivery drone.
A Paddock Lake bakery reported a case of fraud after a male subject, stating he was from We Energies, contacted the business on Friday demanding a delinquent charge of $941 due to a bounced check.
Kenosha Unified School District’s graduation rate improved last year, reaching its highest rate since at least 2006.
A man was stabbed in a fight over a woman on Nov. 24, ending up in surgery to repair serious cuts to his back.
KENOSHA — Information sessions for for Carthage College’s adult education programs begin this week.
Last week’s question: In what year was St. George Catholic School founded?
An investigation continued Monday after a late Sunday evening house fire believed to be originated from a basement furnace.
A man in the Kenosha County Jail is fighting his forced return to Iowa, where he faces prison time after skipping out on his own jury trial for theft of more than $10,000 and ongoing criminal conduct.