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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."
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
Defiant! Prestone's Cutting-Edge 1972 Javelin AMX
Prestone's 90th anniversary was in 2017. To celebrate, the company wanted a vehicle that represented its history that could travel to events across the U.S. Prestone could have chosen any number of car builders from across the country to construct a vehicle worthy of the honor, but it turned out they didn't have to look far.Goodfellows Holiday Gala to be held tonight
Paul Reget, a Kenosha Fire Department apparatus operator, puts finishing touches on the top of the tree for tonight's annual Goodfellows event at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside ballroom. Paul Reget, top, and Daniel Radandt prepare a tree for tonight's Goodfellows event at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside ballroom.A Christmas season birthday sets stage for a giving spirit
Jacob Ebener dons a Santa Claus costume and spreads cheer throughout Kenosha Unified's Educational Support Center Monday morning, beginning with Gilbert Rosales at the front desk. Jacob Ebener dons a Santa Claus costume and spreads cheer throughout Kenosha Unified's Educational Support Center Monday morning, handing a candy cane to Rachel Stevenson, department secretary for Commuity School Relations.Ryan, Pelosi called on to release names in harassment settlements Tuesday, December 12
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan speaks during a press briefing on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Joshu KENOSHA, WI U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan and Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi are being called on to release the names of members of the House and Senate who have settled sexual harassment lawsuits with taxpayer money.Family Psychiatric Care
Advanced Practice Nurse Prescribers and sisters Shauna Richardson, left, and Alyssa Skalitzky talk about their new business, Family Psychiatric Care, which has opened in downtown Kenosha. Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioners and sisters Shauna Richardson, left, and Alyssa Skalitzky show off their new office 1114 56th St. in downtown Kenosha.'Tis tax season
A line of 75 strong waits to pay taxes at the city clerk's office in the Municipal Building in this file photo from 2011. A line of 75 strong waits to pay taxes at the city clerk's office in the Municipal Building in this file photo from 2011.Nix House plan to kill teachers' expense deduction
The Kenosha Unified School District board member wants a provision nixed from the House version of the tax reform bill that repeals teachers' income tax deductions for out-of-pocket costs. A proposed resolution going before the KUSD board tonight urges Congress instead to support the Senate version of the Educator Expense Deduction, which doubles the existing $250 to $500.Salvation Army of Kenosha still seeking help for Red Kettle campaign
With two weeks left in their annual Red Kettle Campaign, the Salvation Army of Kenosha is continuing to look for holiday season support. The organization uses the annual campaign to fund its programs in Kenosha County, from its food pantry to youth programs to emergency assistance for families in need.Apartment project set for 2018
Over the summer, the City Plan Commission voted to rezone portions of the Columbus Park neighborhood at the corner of 56th Street and 22nd Avenue from manufacturing to a mixed-use district. The commission approved the change in September.Coin collectors satisfy cravings at annual show
Gary Hollister, top, and Jerry Schultz view U.S. currency notes during the 59th annual Kenosha Coin Club Holiday Coin Show at the Union Club on Sunday, December 10, 2017. Jerry Schultz views a U.S. note $2 bill with a portrait of Thomas Jefferson issued in 1963 by the U.S. Treasury, not the Federal Reserve, at Sunday's coin show.Dream Playground leader gets trip to Hawaii
Kenosha Dream Playground founder Tammy J. Conforti worked as a volunteer on a project similar to the Dream Playground in Waimea during her recent trip to Hawaii. Conforti was the "shortest volunteer from the furthest away" working on the Anuenue Playground project in Waimea during her recent trip to Hawaii.Head-on collision in 7900 block of Sheridan Road
Kenosha Fire Department personnel investigate a two-car, head-on collision late Sunday in the 7900 block of Sheridan Road. Five people were injured.Tattoo shop assists victims of human trafficking
Jon Principe, owner of Kenosha Tattoo Co., 3012 30th Ave., offers free coverups to victims of human trafficking, who he said are often "branded" by their captors. Jon Principe, owner of Kenosha Tattoo Co., 3012 30th Ave., offers free coverups to victims of human trafficking, who he said are often "branded" by their captors.Kenosha Flea Market soon to end its multi-decade run
Beth Goll changes watch batteries for a customer at the Kenosha Flea Market. She and her husband Don own the enterprise.Municipalities push Legislature to end "dark stores" loophole
Municipalities across the state are calling on state legislators to close the "dark stores" tax loophole, but the Legislature appears to be in no hurry to get it done. To that end, Pleasant Prairie and others are declaring Monday as "Dark Store Day" to raise awareness and encourage residents and homeowners to contact state legislators and pressure them to pass Senate bills 291 and 292.Blessing Bags to aid the homeless
From left, Hallie Dixon, Jessica Sivia, Shawna Hunter and Katelyn Krencisz work on assembling gift bags for the homeless at Candlewood Suites Saturday. From left, Hallie Dixon, Jessica Sivia, Shawna Hunter and Katelyn Krencisz work on assembling gift bags for the homeless at Candlewood Suites Saturday.Artist and crafters display their creations in Uptown Brass neighborhood
Dressed for the holiday season, Flora Hawkins, 2, is really happy to have a candy cane during the "Thanking Our Community" Kenosha Creative Space pop-up art event in Uptown on Saturday, December 9, 2017. Janice Erickson, far right, one of the Women in Motion dance troupe, performs during the "Thanking Our Community" Kenosha Creative Space pop-up art event in Uptown on Saturday, December 9, 2017.
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