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According to the calendar, spring is officially here. So it may seem like a strange time to be talking about going back to school in... [Read More]
Man allegedly owned prostitution business... [Read More]
Rockets to launch Saturday at Bong... [Read More]
In 2015, Gary Johnson pleaded no contest to second-degree intentional attempted homicide, admitting he slashed his estranged wife's throat after attacking her in a grocery... [Read More]
Red Devil Invitational today... [Read More]
In a game between unbeaten squads, the Wilmot baseball team was opportunistic in a 4-2 non-conference win over Bradford at Wavro Field on Friday. [Read More]
Current and former pupils, families, teachers and staff came together Friday to celebrate Bose Elementary School's 50th anniversary. [Read More]
The NCAA Division III Men's Volleyball Tournament semifinals and national championship will be hosted by Carthage at Tarble Arena next weekend. [Read More]
Over the past year, I have engaged with community leaders from both business and government and have seen how both sectors work together in Business... [Read More]
A Somers couple has surrendered its losing battle with Lake Michigan. [Read More]
A Somers couple has surrendered its losing battle with Lake Michigan. [Read More]
Daniela Fourth grade EBSOLA-LA... [Read More]
U.S. freight railroads recently released a report showing that operations of major carriers and their capital investment supported approximately 1.5 million jobs, $273.6 billion in... [Read More]
Kenya Howell... [Read More]
The legal system is sometimes shockingly slow. [Read More]
Kenosha County rated an 'F' for ozone levels in the American Lung Association's latest "State of the Air Report." [Read More]
Cell phone snatched; couple call police... [Read More]
Today's problem: Actually, it's an opportunity for spring cleaning. Two weeks from now, on Saturday, May 5, Kenosha County is sponsoring the annual 2018 Kenosha... [Read More]
Snap-on Inc. reported first quarter net sales of $935.5 million Thursday, an increase of $48.4 million or 5.5 percent over 2017 levels. [Read More]