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About: kenosha, wisconsin

Kenosha is the fourth-largest city on the west shore of Lake Michigan, trailing only Chicago, Milwaukee and Green Bay. A busy manufacturing hub, Kenosha is now emerging as a rising technological hub. The Milken Institute reported in 2009 that Kenosha placed among the top-50 high-tech economies in the nation. In 2005, Kenosha was ranked 94th in Money magazine's list of "Best Places to Live."

Population: 96950
Local Newspapers: Kenosha News
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Local Colleges: University of Wisconsin-Parkside

Zip Codes associated with kenosha, wisconsin: 53140 53142 53143 53144 53158
Towns/Cities near kenosha, wisconsin : Pleasant Prairie Mt Pleasant Elmwood Park Winthrop Harbor

Kenosha News
Duck in distress saved by Kenosha Police CSO

Michael Mickelsen, community service officer with the Kenosha Police Department, paddles into the harbor to rescue a duck tangled in fishing line Tuesday afternoon. This duck, found tangled in fishing line in the Kenosha Harbor Tuesday, was rescued by Michael Mickelsen, community service officer with the Kenosha Police Department.

Pair promotes importance of Great Lakes conservation efforts

Julia Robson and Alyssa Armbruster talk about their Great Lakes hike during The Worth of Water presentation at the Kenosha Public Museum Sunday. A discussion about invasive species in the Great Lakes was part of The Worth of Water presentation at the Kenosha Public Museum Sunday.

Politicians see virtues of family life

A check of the comments left on the Kenosha News' Facebook page regarding the story published Tuesday that Samantha Kerkman wouldn't jump into the race for the 1st Congressional District were supportive of her decision. Kerkman, R-Salem Lakes, announced Monday that she would instead seek re-election to her state Assembly seat.

Kenosha Community Health Center CEO resigns

After a tenure of just over eight months, Brent Rafferty, chief executive officer of the Kenosha Community Health Center, has resigned. Rafferty cited personal reasons for his departure, according to a news release issued Tuesday by KCHC board of directors President Joe Clark.

Burglar charge

A man found at hiding inside the cooler at the Texas Roadhouse, 118410 71st St., on March 31, was charged Monday with several felonies, including burglary. Ralph Marsiliano, 50, who was living in a Kenosha hotel, was found hiding in the restaurant at 4:38 a.m. after police responding to an alarm found a broken window and an officer saw a man later identified as Marsiliano attempting to pry open the cash register.

The Stella

From left, Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch, state Rep. Peter Barca, Kenosha Mayor John Antaramian and Ted Matkom with Gorman and Co.

Walton-Saulys

Chris Walton and Jackie Saulys of Kenosha, Wis., were married on Feb. 2,2018. The 4:30 p.m. ceremony took place in Montego Bay, Jamaica for the daughter John and Tina Saulys of Kenosha, and the son of Ken and Diane Walton of Kenosha.

Possible 'dark stores' referendum proposed for November ballot

Ald. Dan Prozanski wants Kenosha resident to tell state legislators via the ballot box in November to close tax loopholes allowing large corporations to pay less than their fair share of taxes. It reads: "Should the state legislature enact legislation that closes commercial property tax loopholes, which shift additional tax burden to residential property owners by significantly reducing the assessed valuation for commercial properties through either dark-store comparisons or leased-property evaluations?" The proposed resolution was sent to committee for review and recommendations.

City defers treatment plant OK

Mary Hughes expresses her concerns Monday to the City Council about a private wastewater treatment facility proposed for an existing building in the Industrial Park of Kenosha. Local attorney Neil Guttormsen speaks on behalf of his clients, Water Integrated Treatment Systems, LLC., Monday during a City Council hearing for their proposed plant for an existing but currently unoccupied building in the Industrial Park of Kenosha.

Additional charges filed against former Bain School principal

A former Kenosha Unified School District principal accused of misconduct in public office is facing additional charges, now accused of using a school credit card for personal expenses. Cherise Easley, former principal of the Edward Bain School of Language and Arts-Creative Arts, was hit Monday with three additional counts of felony misconduct.

Cooperating witness in homicide gets probation for her role in killing

Cooperation with prosecutors led to a probationary sentence for a woman who drove the getaway car in the killing of Kenosha resident Willie Owens. Owens was shot and killed in his front yard on Oct. 24, 2016.

WEDC awards $250,000 to Kenosha for Heritage House hotel redevelopment

The Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. has opened its coffers again, this time to support the development of a hotel in downtown Kenosha. WEDC has awarded a Community Development Investment Grant of $250,000 to the city of Kenosha to assist in redeveloping the Heritage House building into an 80-room hotel.

Curious Kenosha: Is Highway 158 to shortest state highway?

Curious Kenosha , a project of the Kenosha News, is a venue for people to ask questions about the community, and then join reporters in discovering the answers. Curious Kenosha , a project of the Kenosha News, is a venue for people to ask questions about the community, and then join reporters in discovering the answers.

Charges dropped for jail guard accused of inappropriately touching female employee

Lake County prosecutors on Monday dismissed battery allegations against a county correctional officer previously accused of inappropriately touching the buttocks of a female employee at the jail. Assistant Lake County State's Attorney Michael Ori said there was "insufficient evidence that a crime was committed" in explaining the decision to drop the misdemeanor charge against Darin Chansky.

Chiildren's librarian is full of ideas to make learning fun for kids

Heather Thompson, the youth services programming librarian, holds a tambourine made of paper plates as she shows children homemade instruments during the "Noisy Science" program. Heather Thompson, the youth services programming librarian, holds a tambourine made of paper plates as she shows children homemade instruments during the "Noisy Science" program.

News briefs for Monday, April 16, 2018

Kenosha police arrested a man after he reportedly struck a woman in the face at a home in the 5000 block of 58th Street early Thursday. The 29-year-old Kenosha man was taken into custody after the 4:45 a.m. incident, according to a Kenosha Police Department report.

Wisconsin to start family treatment court to address drugs

The Kenosha News reports that Kenosha County is launching a Family Drug Treatment Court. The court will have new substance abuse treatment programs for parents who've had their children taken into foster care.

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