Culinary specialist Dana Eliott offered cooking instructions to a crowd of about 800 people at Reuther High School Auditorium Thursday.
Mobile communications for Kenosha County Sheriff’s Deputies and law enforcement officers in western county municipalities has been hampered this spring by an equipment failure authorities believe was caused by a lightning strike.
Today’s problem: Now you see a pothole. Now it’s filled. Well, maybe not all of it. That is, maybe yes and maybe no. But definitely not the one that’s near it or right next to it — or even touching it.
Home sales continued to improve in Kenosha County in sales through the first four months of the year up more than 22 percent more than percent compared to the same period last year.
Melissa and Bill Waddle wanted children.
The last time the Harborside Academy sixth graders saw Melissa Waddle, she was about to give birth to the four babies for whom the class was collecting donations.
The Gateway Technical College District Board was unanimous Thursday in approving a $160.6 million 2013-14 system budget.
A popular art fair that for nearly half a century occupied Library Park has been moved to the Kenosha Public Museum and Civil War Museum grounds.
The Kenosha Community Health Center has appointed a new chief financial officer.
Complete with tiaras, corsages and a DJ, about 75 people celebrated this year’s Therapeutic Recreation Prom on Thursday.
With warm, sunny days drying soggy soil, farmers in Kenosha County are rushing to plant their fields.
Small businesses and private nonprofit organizations in Kenosha County affected by the severe storms, winds and flooding between April 16 and May 5 are eligible to apply for economic injury disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — Open Wings Learning’s second annual 5K race/walk begins at 8:30 a.m. Sunday in Prairie Springs Park, highways 165 and H.
At least two people were injured late Wednesday night in a crash involving a Ford Taurus station wagon and a Jeep Grand Cherokee.
Kenosha Alderman G. John Ruffolo is the named suspect in an ethics complaint Alderman Patrick Juliana filed recently, concerning an October incident in which Juliana alleges his vehicle door lock was vandalized with glue.
A 32-year-old Kenosha woman trimming a backyard tree Wednesday night in the 8000 block of 49th Avenue apparently suffered serious head injures after a branch fell and struck her in the head.
A public information meeting regarding improvements for 39th Avenue from 97th to 104th streets will take place May 23.
A Kenosha-area lawmaker is bemoaning what he sees as a “war on local government” in Madison.
At Bullen Middle School, students showed their support for cancer patients undergoing treatment with fundraising activities this spring.
Roosevelt Elementary School is proposing to become an International Baccalaureate school.
KENOSHA — A fundraiser to bring the “Moving Wall” to Pleasant Prairie will take place noon to 4 p.m. Saturday at Casa Capri, 2129 Birch Road.
Reptiles removed from a Kenosha home are in good condition, Racine Zoo staff said today.
A Pleasant Prairie man who sexually assaulted a sleeping woman will serve five years in prison.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — Plans to develop a $1.7 million, 290-space park-and-ride facility with added amenities at the far east end of Prairie Springs Park are gaining momentum.
BRIGHTON — The public is invited to a quiet corner in the town of Brighton this year for the annual Kenosha County Dairy Breakfast.
Three men were shot in two separate incidents in Kenosha within a 24-hour period.
A 45-year-old Louisiana man was shot in Kenosha early Tuesday morning after another man allegedly tried to rob him at gunpoint.
I have started my annual six-month community service program, and I trust my neighbors appreciate all my hard work.
Two people were shot late Tuesday night.