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Street repairs add $1M to local cost of streetcar expansion
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Conservatives apparently don't like democracy
Students need to own theirscores on high-stakes tests
Losing weight their way
VOP generates concerns about School Board member
New streetcar probably won't roll until fall 2016
Unified sees significant improvement in school report card
Working with the voter ID law
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    Defunct agency donates $42,700 toward homeless shelter plan


    A recent $42,700 donation to the Shalom Center will boost efforts to establish a permanent homeless shelter in Kenosha.

    Local agents shaken by Realtor murder in Arkansas


    It exploded on social media, and now the news of the kidnapping and murder of a female real estate agent in Arkansas is affecting local agents.

    Aurora finalizing plans for west-end cancer facility

    Aurora Healthcare is finalizing plans for an outpatient clinic and cancer center to serve western Kenosha and Racine counties as well as Walworth County.

    City’s first dog park to open soon in Anderson Park


    The city’s new dog park at Anderson Park is near completion, but an ordinance change is needed before it can be opened to the public.

    Wheatland budget hinges on Oct. 14 referendum

    WHEATLAND — The slight decrease in the tax levy approved by the Wheatland Center School electorate last week is based on the approval of the Oct. 14 referendum to exceed the state-imposed revenue cap.

    City, county stocking up on salt supplies


    The winter of 2013-’14 blew through local road salt supplies, leaving the city and county with small fractions of their usual supply at the end of the season.

    News briefs: Senior citizen hit with baseball bat

    A 33-year-old Salem woman reportedly belted a senior citizen in the head twice with an aluminum baseball bat while baby-sitting several children at her residence Monday morning in the 27800 block of 99th Street.

    Committee to give Unified gifted programs a closer look

    The gifted-and-talented programs in Kenosha Unified School District are about to get a closer look.

    Event briefs: Events scheduled at visitors center

    PLEASANT PRAIRIE — Travelers and local residents are invited to another First Fridays event this Friday at the Visitor Information Center at I-94 and Highway 165.