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Downtown Kenosha plans first fall decorating contest
Here are the latest stories that have been published online and in the print product of the Kenosha News concerning developments tied to the Foxconn project in Mount Pleasant.
Once Harriett Wilson wore business casual and a white lab coat to work. These days she’s rockin’ “dessert pants” and cupcake socks.
This is an exciting time of year with the produce coming in from the garden in buckets and baskets. It can certainly be overwhelming to get it all “put by.”
Logan Sperling has a way with words.
Carthage College will host the Rev. Elieshi Ayo Mungure on Thursday for a presentation titled, “In Search of Unity for Transformation of Society: The Role of Women in Christian-Muslim Dialogue in Africa.”
GO Kenosha Headlines
- St. Joe's Show: “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown”
- Kenosha Unified School District's theater for 2019-20 school year
- Klezmer band at noon concert series
- "Violet the Musical" opening at Bradford High School
- Local music: Fine Arts at First opens season with Duo Diorama
- UW-Parkside Community Band performing tribute to John P. Paynter
- Kenosha Symphony kicks off 80th season
- 'Tis the season for haunted houses and other scares
- Racine Concert Band performing at Park High School
- Local music: Blues, jazz and the return of Phil Lee and John Sieger
- 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'