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COVID-related disruptions have produced worker shortages and hindered supply chains, making it harder and more expensive to obtain building materials. As a result, more single-family units are seeing monthslong delays in the time it takes to start and complete construction when compared to y…

With summer in full swing, you’ re probably spending most of your time enjoying the great outdoors— and that likely includes relaxing in your backyard, or hosting friends for a dinner alfresco. Don’ t let the fun stop once the sun goes down just because your outdoor lighting is nonexistent or inefficient. Luckily, Michael Murphy, director of marketing and business...

    KENOSHA—John T. Potter, age 91, a resident of Kenosha died Wednesday June 22, 2022, at Brook…

      KENOSHA—Jim LaSota peacefully moved on to his next great adventure the evening of Friday, Ju…

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      Content by Brand Ave. Studios. The annual Amazon Prime Day is coming July 12 and 13, and per usual will offer discounts on many of your favorite things.

      Attorneys for Kentucky’s two abortion clinics are seeking an injunction to block the state's near-total abortion ban. A Louisville judge issued a temporary restraining order blocking the state’s abortion ban last week. The clinics are asking Circuit Judge Mitch Perry to issue an injunction request, which would halt the state law while the case is litigated. The two Louisville clinics resumed performing abortions after Perry issued the restraining order last week.  Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron appealed the restraining order to the state’s appeals courts, but the Kentucky Supreme Court Tuesday night rejected Cameron’s appeal.

      The Biden administration is looking to help foreign manufacturers of baby formula stay on the U.S. market for the long term. It's an effort to diversify the industry after the closure of the largest domestic plant sparked a nationwide shortage. The Food and Drug Administration is set to announce plans to help overseas producers that have sent supplies to the United States, under emergency approval to address the shortfall, secure long-term authorization to market their formula in the U.S. The agency will provide a way for producers temporarily selling in the U.S. to meet existing regulatory requirements so they can stay on the market.

      A proposed amendment to the Ohio Constitution that would limit vaccine mandates by businesses, health care providers and governments is a step closer to the statewide ballot. The proposal would prohibit those entities from discriminating against people based on vaccination status or mandating any vaccine, medical procedure, treatment or medical device. The Ohio Ballot Board approved the language Tuesday. Supporters next will have to gather thousands of valid signatures from registered voters to keep the proposal moving forward. It wouldn’t appear on a statewide ballot until 2023.

      Nutella lovers need to try this super simple recipe from @nicole_thenomad. With just two ingredients you can enjoy your favorite spread in popsicle form.

      Bring back your favorite childhood drink in popsicle form with this fruit-filled Capri-Sun popsicle from @dollysfoodseries. The nostalgia will take you back to grade school summer vacation.

      Can you really say you put Tajin on everything until you’ve put it in a popsicle? This mango and Tajin combination from @basicswithbri is brilliant.

      Pet parents are on the move with their furkids more than ever before. Fortunately, they’re also taking pet safety behind the wheel more seriously. We recently asked a group of pet parents about their preferences for securing their pets on car rides, and we’re happy to say that the wide majority of people we polled do put in the time and effort to make sure their pets are safe, comfortable, and happy travelers.

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