Chase Bank will close its two downtown branches later this year, a company spokesperson confirmed on Thursday.
Dear Car Talk: I have a Pontiac G5, and my key got stuck in my ignition.
Johnson Financial Group employees took time away from their jobs Tuesday to volunteer at nonprofit and charity agencies as part of JFG Service Day.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — The Village Board gave its blessing to the initial phase of the Haribo development that will begin construction this fall on a three-story manufacturing facility, a four-story administrative building and offices for its corporate campus in the Prairie Highlands Corporate Park.
“If you’re looking for employees the traditional way, you’re at the back of the line.”
The newly installed leaders of Downtown Kenosha Inc. want to build upon previous achievements and set a path for new goals.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — Stateline 94 Corporate Park, a new corporate park under development in Pleasant Prairie, is moving closer to reality, as is its first tenant, a pharmaceutical firm.
Fleet Farm has canceled plans to build a store in Kenosha.
The 2019 annual State of the Downtown event drew a record crowd of business owners and residents who learned how entrepreneurship and well-orchestrated plans are the driving forces behind the growth of the city’s central business district.
For more than eight decades, the Palmen name and automobiles have been synonymous in Kenosha.
While the southeastern Wisconsin economy has been in a growth mode, future economic and workforce progress may depend upon policymakers who set the tone for expansion and employers who embrace new ways to recruit and retain workers.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — The Plan Commission approved the first phase of construction for a German candy maker’s first Wisconsin manufacturing facility with a corporate campus in the Prairie Highlands Corporate Park.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE – A German candy maker famous for its Goldbear gummi candies aims to begin construction as early as this fall on the first phase of a multiphase development for its manufacturing facility in the Prairie Highlands Corporate Park.
You probably use Google Maps to figure out how to get from one place to another.
Meredith Whitlock remembers her first days working at Kenosha’s Golden Corral in 1999 as an extremely busy time.
Most consumers may not know what ViskoTeepak does, but whenever they bite into a bratwurst, grill a frankfurter or cut into a roll of salami or pepperoni, they’ve introduced themselves to a product made in Kenosha.
Scheck & Siress of Oak Brook, Ill., announced last week the acquisition of Reichert Prosthetics & Orthotics of Kenosha.
Finally taking that dream vacation?
“At The Market” is a profile of vendors at Kenosha’s HarborMarket.
ASYST Technologies LLC, located in Kenosha, produces automotive lighting and motion transfer assemblies.
Kenosha County was a hot spot for tourism in 2018.
SOMERS — Improvements at Petrifying Springs Park, including a new ball diamond and public restrooms, are under construction with the help of revenue from the biergarten and dog park user fees.
National Nurses Week is fast approaching, and businesses in Kenosha and Racine are celebrating all of the wonderful nurses in the surrounding communities. This year, Chiappetta Shoes is going big to say thank you.
They’ve taken their dreams and turned them into passions that have gone far beyond their original plans.
MADISON — Foxconn Technology Group is moving forward with its plan to build a manufacturing facility in Wisconsin, and President Donald Trump has promised to visit when production starts next year, the Taiwanese company’s leader told reporters after a meeting at the White House.
While some companies measure their success on financial performance, marketing expansion and their ability to boost their productivity, one local company prefers to measure its success on how it can grow its corporate culture through the development of people.
MOUNT PLEASANT — Foxconn Technology Group announced last week it will host an advanced manufacturing interview event May 7-8.
The Kenosha News Spring Career Fair drew recruiters from dental services, trucking firms, health care providers and more than 50 companies who all came with several job openings they needed to fill.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — A Kenosha information technology firm is planning to expand its data operations to the Prairie Highlands Corporate Park.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) —Gov. Tony Evers said in a letter his office released Tuesday that Foxconn Technology Group approached the state last month about wanting to renegotiate its contract for a project that could yield the global electronics giant more than $4 billion in state and local tax credits.
First quarter home sales were up slightly, but the median price for a house in Kenosha County rose by nearly $19,000 compared to the same period a year ago.
When Gretchen Conley joined Specialized Accounting Services three years ago, she was one of 65 employees at the growing financial services firm.
Kenosha Subaru presented a check for $22,759 earlier this month to the Sharing Center.
Youthful job seekers met with 43 local employers at Indian Trail High School and Academy on Wednesday in the hopes of landing full- or part-time jobs.
MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers said Wednesday it’s “unrealistic” to think that Foxconn Technology Group will employ 13,000 people in Wisconsin as originally promised and that he wants to renegotiate the contract with the global electronics leader.
Four community leaders who died in 2018 will be honored by the city of Kenosha at an Arbor Day commemoration on Friday.
Five young, talented professionals will be honored at the annual “Future 5” awards ceremony — the signature event of YPWeek from April 19-27.
BURLINGTON — Starbucks is on the way, the world’s largest coffee retailer has confirmed.
The Kenosha County real estate market has been robust over the past three years, with each year being slightly better the previous one.
Kenosha County’s economic development projects helped to propel the local economy in 2018 and are expected to boost it to robust proportions this year.
SOMERS — Local high school students showed the entrepreneurial spark during an event Tuesday, creating innovative, imaginative projects for a business challenge.
Roundy’s, a division of the Kroger Co., is looking to fill 500 full- and part-time positions at its supermarkets.
tg’s Restaurant & Pub, a decades-old eatery that has served noted politicians and celebrities through the years in Kenosha’s Harborside neighborhood, has new owners.
Gateway Technical College’s $6.5 million project to expand the SC Johnson Integrated Manufacturing and Engineering Technology Center in Sturtevant is on schedule is and expected to be completed in time for the start of fall semester classes in August.
TREVOR — Although you likely won’t see any rockets going up to space anytime soon in the Trevor, a small business there is still making their mark in space.
The parents swept up in the nationwide college-admissions scam are accused of not only helping their children cheat their way into elite universities, but also of getting a tax deduction for their illicit payments.
MADISON —The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection has received a number of recent reports about imposter phone scams, most notably those where the caller claims to be with the local utility or the Social Security Administration.
Parents of college-bound students know that paying for higher education takes planning and saving.
The following federal patents were awarded to local inventors/companies:
The following local firms have secured federal contracts: