PLEASANT PRAIRIE — Plans to turn a Pleasant Prairie intersection into a busy retail/business spot took another step forward Monday.
In an era when people are watching their movies through on-demand streaming services, renting from kiosk machines and playing video games online, it would seem difficult for a brick-and-mortar video rental business to survive.
For many seniors there comes a time when they don’t need a nursing home, but do need help with certain things to remain living independently. In those instances, an assisted living center often becomes the best choice.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — Plans for Pleasant Prairie Animal Hospital to occupy an existing building in the village were approved Monday night by the Plan Commission.
MOUNT PLEASANT — Foxconn Technology Group has repeatedly said it will manufacture more than liquid-crystal display screens at the manufacturing and research campus it is building in Mount Pleasant, and a Texas company has apparently buttressed that statement.
Over the years, southside Kenosha residents have relied on Sunnyside Park shopping center at the corner of 80th Street and 22th Avenue for their daily needs, from groceries and medications to food.
Modern Apothecary, an independently owned pharmacy that has become a fixture in the Harborside neighborhood, will be moving to a new downtown location some time next year.
Occam’s razor is a theory that states that, where two possible explanations or solutions exist, the simplest one is preferable.
The second annual Southeast Wisconsin Re-entry Employer Expo will be 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday at Gateway Technical College’s SC Johnson iMET Center, 2320 Renaissance Blvd., Sturtevant.
The Kenosha News regularly highlights workers around the county for our "On the Job" feature in our business section. Here is a collection of local workers who we've talked to in the Kenosha area.
MILWAUKEE — How prepared for the real world of work are Carthage College’s business students once they have their diploma in hand?
Chiappetta Shoes, a four-generation Kenosha business, has walked off with its second Gold Service Award for Outstanding Customer Service.
KANSASVILLE — Don DeLaney sits on his “favorite porch,” watching cars roll past and motorcycles pull off of Highway 75 into the parking lot of the Hogs Nest Saloon, 4301 S. Beaumont Ave.
The Internal Revenue Service has launched a new tax withholding estimator, an expanded, mobile-friendly online tool designed to make it easier for everyone to have the right amount of tax withheld during the year.
If your plan for paying for college revolves around presidential campaign promises of free tuition, you’d better have a Plan B.
When it comes to credit card rewards, it’s not all about gas, groceries and restaurants anymore. Issuers are moving beyond suburban staples to include millennial-friendly categories such as transit and streaming subscriptions.
As our children head back to school, do you know how much of their classroom time will be devoted to learning about money?
If your retirement plan includes tax-advantaged accounts, there is a particular tax rule you should know about: required minimum distributions, or RMDs.
As closely held business owners know, their financial plans, retirement plans and estate plans are inextricably linked to the value of the business. Therefore, a well-constructed plan should minimize (or eliminate) events that can destroy business value.
Much as people have changed how they wed, shop and live, may have also changed how they want to be treated after they die.
As cremations have taken a bite out of funeral home revenues, third-party marketers also are having an impact.
Barbara Kemmis was 10 years old when her family buried their gray cat, Mousy, on their rural property in western Michigan.
Several years ago, Steven J. Frey, an engineer and all-around handyman, set out to build a casket to carry in the back of his 1983 Cadillac hearse.
There will be no shortage of dollar stores on the city’s north side.
One of Kenosha’s most unique convenience stores welcomes a new employee today.
MOUNT PLEASANT — Vertical construction of Foxconn Technology Group’s Mount Pleasant advanced-manufacturing plant began on Monday, right on schedule — to the day.
MOUNT PLEASANT — Two years ago, in the southwest area of Mount Pleasant, there were dozens of homes with manicured lawns that were maintained by families both young and old.
TruStone donates to Outreach Center
RACINE – Burlington Coat Factory is leaving Regency Mall and moving to the old Toys R Us location, according to Dennis Roush, field manager of Innovation Construction Solutions, Inc.
Inc. magazine has selected Kenosha’s Leeward Business Advisors and Vantage Point Corp. among its 2019 list of 5,000 fastest growing privately held small business companies in America.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — United Conveyor Corp., a Waukegan, Ill.-based manufacturer of utility and industrial environmental equipment, is expanding its production operations to Pleasant Prairie.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — The Plan Commission approved preliminary site and operational plans for the proposed expansion for Volkswagen Group of America LLC Monday night.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — A village panel approved plans for two pharmaceutical companies — one that processes medication for critically ill patients, the other which manufactures specialty and generic drugs.
MOUNT PLEASANT — Walk into Dick’s Sporting Goods these days and you’ll notice something missing: sporting goods.
If you have a new computer and want to migrate your data from your old one, using Google Backup and Sync is a great way to do that. You must have a Gmail login to do this.
BURLINGTON — Eye Physicians & Surgeons is embarking on a $1 million or more project to replace the firm’s two Burlington offices with a brand-new clinic.
MOUNT PLEASANT — The Mount Pleasant Village Board recently approved a development agreement that would encourage commercial outlots to be placed along Highway 20 on land currently owned by Advocate Aurora, where a new $228 million medical center is planned.
ZION, Ill. — Mike Stimac, a registered nurse from Kenosha, has received the Daisy Award for Extraordinary Nurses from Cancer Treatment Centers of America Chicago.
James Poltrock, the division chief of emergency medical services for the Kenosha Fire Department, recently graduated from the certified public manager program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Many couples are choosing to start families later in life compared to their parents and grandparents.
City officials have spent the past year speaking about plans for reshaping and revitalizing the downtown area. Here are a collection of stories focusing on projects and plans for the downtown and uptown areas in the city of Kenosha.
Here's a rundown of the latest business stories about the Kenosha area that have been published online and in the print product of the Kenosha News.
In a prior column, I covered the simple instructions on how to block unwanted calls by number on your cellphone.
Kenall Lighting Inc.’s headquarters, manufacturing and distribution facility in Kenosha has been acquired by joint venture partnership consisting of Chicago-based Clear Height Properties and Israel-based Buligo Capital Partners.
Jim Skogsbergh has been named sole president and CEO of Advocate Aurora Health.
You can work toward your dreams on your own or you can expect someone to make it happen for you.
If you are heading to college, whether as a freshman or returning student, academics probably aren’t the only thing on your mind.
Kamaljit ‘KC’ Jackson, who holds a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, has been named vice president of programs and operations for the Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Corp.
Lee Plumbing of Kenosha has landed a Foxconn contract.
The Kenosha Unified School District has been awarded a $33,000 Advanced Manufacturing Technical Education Equipment grant by the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development.
President Trump's former campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, has been subpoenaed to appear before the House Judiciary Committee as part of its ongoing probe into whether President Trump obstructed the investigation of special counsel Robert S. Mueller III into Russian interference in the 20…
Coming off a bye week, University of Wisconsin football coach Paul Chryst met with the media Monday to preview Saturday's home game against Michigan.
When Tiffany Krihwan was 10 years old, she learned how to sail, taking lessons and spending time on the water with her grandfather.
Editor's note: This is the first of two profiles of volunteers who will be honored at Tuesday's Reaching for Rainbows event. The second profile, featuring Lena Cooksey, will be published Monday.
“It’s super fun.”