With the exception of a relatively minor last-minute expense, Kenosha Mayor Keith Bosman’s 2015 budget for the city was approved Monday night with little comment by the City Council acting as a Committee of the Whole.
As many plan for that trip over the river and through the woods, the price of gasoline will be easier on their pocket books, according to travel experts.
SILVER LAKE — A June 3 end to the school year was approved by the Riverview School Board Monday night to accommodate an aggressive summer building project.
Kenosha Police officers took one man into custody after reports he had a handgun threatening to harm himself Monday night at a home in the 2800 block of 14th Lane.
FBI agents arrested the former owner of the defunct Chicago Rush Arena Football League on federal fraud charges at his home in Kenosha Monday morning.
Downtown merchants are dressing their store windows and selecting scavenger items in preparation for Kenosha’s 2014 version of Small Business Saturday.
At the front of the church was an ivory coffin, heart-breakingly small. There were flowers, in bright pinks and purples, and shiny Mylar balloons.
Gateway Technical College has approved more than $1 million in funding for two 2015 capital development projects on its Kenosha and Elkhorn campuses.
After nearly two years of trying, the Kenosha Unified School District may get an official employee handbook.
KENOSHA — A free community Thanksgiving dinner will be served beginning at noon Thursday at First United Methodist Church, 919 60th St.
Question: In what year did the first Turkey Day Run hit the Kenosha streets?
If you like a little snow with your turkey, Mother Nature’s got weather just for you.
Two Kenosha boys were taken into custody for allegedly trying to break into a home in the 1800 block of 54th Street Saturday night.
Alternate-side street parking in Kenosha begins Dec. 1.
Editor’s note: Gun owners should seek professional guidance before attempting to reload ammunition.
The Kenosha Public Library is partnering with community organizations this holiday season to bring needed items to struggling families and individuals.
Each Monday, the Kenosha News takes a look at the life of a Kenosha County resident who recently died. We share with you, through the memories of family and friends, a life remembered.
Greg Jarosz can’t stop marching.