More than 100 members of the Kenosha Catholic Community took part in the annual Eucharistic Procession on Sunday.
Michael Pitts Sr. said he has been “lucky” to have the life he has been blessed with whether by accident or even by reeling it in.
The search for a suspect wanted in the murder of a Kenosha man continued Sunday.
The unseasonably warm weather made Sunday a great day to walk for a good cause.
Scott Kessler is a local football referee.
For Shirley Iaquinta, social justice and racial equality were never black and white matters; they represented a rainbow of community opportunities.
SOMERS — A program on recognizing drug use begins at noon Wednesday at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, 900 Wood Road.
Children’s dreams are seldom noticed by grown-ups.
A 21-year-old Kenosha woman Friday allegedly attempted to stab her live-in boyfriend with plastic shards from an alarm clock she shattered over his head.
BRIGHTON — More than 100 people helped raise money for a World War II monument Saturday by participating in the first annual Jeddyfest 5K Run/Walk.
The undead were out and about in great numbers across Kenosha Saturday afternoon, riding bicycles across the city, complete with ghoulish makeup and costumes.
Three of the vehicles allegedly used during high speed chases by fugitive Andrew Obregon, a suspect in the alleged homicide of Tywon Anderson, have been found.
Students who enrolled in the University of Wisconsin-Parkside as freshmen were more likely to return to school this year.
RANDALL — Randall School electors will head to the polls Tuesday to decide if the district can exceed its revenue cap by $460,000 per year for the next three years.
Families came out by the scores Saturday to enjoy the autumnal fun at the City of Kenosha’s fourth annual Fall Festival held in conjunction with the downtown’s Second Saturday events.
KENOSHA — A program on the dark side of technology begins at 6:30 p.m. Monday at St. Joseph Catholic Academy, 2401 69th St.