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SOMERS — The future of the country’s most vital industries from accounting to information technology, nursing and technical trades is the hands of those graduating from technical colleges, according to the president of a marine group who gave the keynote address before students graduating fr…

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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.

Seventh-grade students at KTEC West culminated their learning of probability with a probability carnival on Monday. Students created games that included probability and invited students to attend the carnival to test out their games. The carnival will continue during the school day today.

Editor’s note: 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.

As James Poltrock got ready to pick up his phone Friday to make a call about the accelerated pace of opioid overdoses in Kenosha, he heard an emergency call come in.

John Hambrock is flying out today to attend the National Cartoonist Society’s convention in Huntington Beach, Calif., where he is one of the finalists for the prestigious Reuben Award for best newspaper comic strip.

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.