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With no formal City of Kenosha Fourth of July celebration this year due to safety precautions taken for the COVID-19 pandemic, a number of neighborhoods... [Read More]
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After decades of being dominated by empty storefronts, 58th Street in downtown Kenosha is now lined with signs of construction. [Read More]
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It was a made-to-order cloud-free, bright sunny Independence Day that bought hundreds of people who strolled through the open-air marketplace in downtown Kenosha. [Read More]
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The Kenosha County Aging & Disability Resource Center's office will reopen Monday, along with other county buildings. [Read More]
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The developer planning to restore the Alford Building hopes to bring a housing concept more common in big cities to downtown Kenosha. [Read More]
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Sean O'Dowd, a graduate of Wilmot Union High School, was inducted into the Naval Academy Class of 2024 Wednesday and will begin six weeks of... [Read More]
The Kenosha Hometown Heroes Commission is seeking nominations for the third quarter of 2020. [Read More]
The Kenosha County Aging and Disability Resource Center is now accepting applications for its next "Powerful Tools for Caregivers" course, to be conducted online. [Read More]
An extension can buy you a few extra months to get your return in order -- but that's about it. [Read More]
The Pleasant Prairie Police and Fire Departments responded to the City View Mobile Home Park, 4303 75th St., in Pleasant Prairie for a report of... [Read More]
With nearly all local public displays canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, fireworks vendors say business is booming as people take matters into their own... [Read More]
I'm sure you've heard about the golfer who had a problem with his socks — he had a hole in one. This dad joke (just... [Read More]
Last week, the Kenosha community lost a prominent figure in Dr. Bob Bonn, the former Carthage athletic director. [Read More]
It's the Fourth of July and, despite the limits of public gatherings and cancelled shows, for many it will no doubt mean fireworks. [Read More]
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Rural Kenosha County public schools are surveying families to gauge opinion on a return to in-person learning amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. [Read More]
These are tough times to be a not-for-profit organization. The COVID-19 crises that has affected all businesses, has presented unique challenges and opportunities for not-for-profit... [Read More]
For many in the community the Fourth of July means parades, complete with floats with local veterans units. [Read More]
Crews continue work on the construction of a new five-story parking structure east of the city post office on Eighth Avenue between 56th and 57th... [Read More]
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