Our daily lives have changed quite a bit since the coronavirus outbreak, including how we buy groceries.
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.
A few weeks ago, in my columns about savings, I failed to point out an “anti-tech” savings tip: shop locally.
In recognition of performance in clinical outcomes, operational efficiency, patient experience and financial health, Aurora Medical Center in Kenosha has been named to the Fortune/IBM Watson Health 100 Top Hospitals List.
Milwaukee – Urban and rural blight refers to buildings that have been abandoned and left to decay. Studies dating as far back as the 1920s have in various ways linked blighted properties to marked increases in neighborhood crime and reduced economic activity. Most studies focus on abandoned …
MILWAUKEE — Urban and rural blight refers to buildings that have been abandoned and left to decay.
Unless you really enjoy getting new gadgets frequently, making your computer last longer has many benefits, including saving money, generating less e-waste, and saving you time not having to transfer your data and programs to a new device.
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- St. Joe's Show: “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown”
- Klezmer band at noon concert series
- Local music: Fine Arts at First opens season with Duo Diorama
- "Violet the Musical" opening at Bradford High School
- Kenosha Unified School District's theater for 2019-20 school year
- UW-Parkside Community Band performing tribute to John P. Paynter
- 'Tis the season for haunted houses and other scares
- Kenosha Symphony kicks off 80th season
- Mariachi group performing at UW-Parkside
- Carthage Homecoming concert features world premiere and alumni soloists
- On stage: 'Curious Incident,' 'A Doll's House, Part 2'
- Racine Concert Band performing at Park High School
- Local music: Blues, jazz and the return of Phil Lee and John Sieger
After a two-week lull in the Atlantic hurricane season cased by Sarahan dust, the tropics are heating back up again.
No one is in custody and officials aren't sure why gunfire broke out early today at a crowded concert venue in Greenville, S.C., where the governor recently said COVID-19 restrictions on large gatherings remain in force.
Apart from history, students also learn traditional fighting and survival skills, including basic martial arts and how to traverse mountainous areas while remaining undetected.
On this July Fourth, health officials worry more U.S. residents will abandon measures to slow the spread of COVID-19. See how our state compares to others in maps and charts that show virus spread, testing and more.
On July 4, 1910, Black boxer Jack Johnson's victory over white boxer James Jeffries sent shockwaves around the world and sparked race riots across the U.S.