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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
Final weekend for "Freaky Friday" at Bradford High School
Alexis Tyler, second from right, as Ellie, rehearses with other students, including Hannah Mathews and Evelyn Alumbreros, right, in "Freaky Friday" at Bradford High School. Alexis Tyler, second from left, as Ellie and the cast of Kenosha Unified's production of Disney's "Freaky Friday" rehearse at Bradford High School on Tuesday.on the Beat - Alpizar
Stephanie Vogt Donoma, the lead singer of Donoma, whips her hair around as she performs at the 2016 Punx on the Pier concert. The band plays Saturday night at The Port.Bell calls out mayor over son's fatal police shooting
Michael Bell dares Mayor John Antaramian to take action against him for continuing to display his sign at Wednesday's City Council meeting. Michael Bell displays an ad he took out in the Washington Post, while he speaks Wednesday during the citizen's comments portion of the city of Kenosha's Common Council meeting.February flooding causing headaches in Kenosha County
As rain water sits on top of frozen ground, causing flooding across southern Wisconsin, people living in some Kenosha County neighborhoods are concerned the water has nowhere to go. In the town of Randall, west of Kenosha, water on the streets is 3 to 4 inches high.Two new exhibits on display at Kenosha History Center
Two new exhibits are now open at the Kenosha History Center, 220 51st Place: "The Rise of Luxuries" and "Kenosha's Secret Societies." "The Rise of Luxuries" explores "the proliferation of time-saving household gadgets," according to the History Center.UPDATED: Sheriff's Department calls incident at Salem School a hoax
According to a statement from the Kenosha Sheriff's Department, "This initial report of two students being chased at the Salem Grade School is now learned to be a hoax. The story was falsified.Deferred-payment, 0-interest loans available to eligible homeowners, landlords, tenants
Applications for the Community Development Block Grant loans, administered through the Southern Housing Region CDBG program, will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis and will be considered as long as funding remains available. The loans may be used to pay for the following types of improvements: handicap accessibility, window and door replacements, roofing, electrical upgrades, water and sewer line connections, siding and porch repairs, replacement or repair of heating, plumbing systems and water heaters.Somers ballot in limbo
Voters trickled to the polls to choose six of seven trustee candidates to advance to the general election ballot. Primary election turnout was low, with only 250 making their way to the ballot box by 5 p.m. The three incumbents, David Geertsen, Joe Cardinali and Karl Ostby, secured a spot on the April ballot.Central High School administrator to retire at year's end
Central High School District Administrator Scott Pierce is calling it quits, but not before he helps the board and his eventual successor with the budgeting challenges and a proposed special referendum that is being contemplated. On Tuesday night, the board voted unanimously to accept Pierce's request for retirement, which is effective Dec. 31. His request was submitted earlier this month for consideration.Man found competent to stand trial for 2015 murder
After two years of awaiting a decision on his competency, a Kenosha man will stand trial on charges of murder and attempted murder in March. Marcel Kudzin, 68, is charged with first-degree homicide and attempted first-degree homicide for a knife attack at a Kenosha residential facility on Nov. 10, 2015, which left one of his fellow residents dead and another injured.Bulletproof backpacks becoming a reality
Areal Flood Warning issued February 20 at 4:00PM CST expiring February 20 at 6:45PM CST in effect for: Dane, Dodge, Green, Iowa, Jefferson, Lafayette, Rock, Walworth, Waukesha Areal Flood Watch issued February 20 at 3:51PM CST expiring February 20 at 6:00PM CST in effect for: Kenosha, Milwaukee, Racine, Walworth, Waukesha Areal Flood Warning issued February 20 at 3:20PM CST expiring February 20 at 9:15PM CST in effect for: Ozaukee, Washington Flood Warning issued February 20 at 3:18PM CST expiring February 22 at 6:00AM CST in effect for: Racine Flood Warning issued February 20 at 3:18PM CST expiring February 21 at 9:00AM CST in effect for: Milwaukee Flood Warning issued February 20 at 3:18PM CST expiring February 27 at 12:00AM CST in effect for: Kenosha Flood Warning issued February 20 at 3:18PM CST expiring February 22 at 12:00AM CST in effect for: Racine Areal Flood Warning issued ... (more)More than 60 grams of heroin recovered in drug bust
The execution of a search warrant led authorities to recover more than 60 grams of heroin and 90 grams of cocaine from a Kenosha apartment Monday. Law enforcement officers with the Kenosha County Sheriff's Department Tactical Response Team assisted the Kenosha Drug Operations Group with the service of a "no knock" search warrant at 9 a.m. Monday at an apartment located in the 6300 block of 22nd Avenue, according to a KDOG release.Ending the wait: Long-term care funding finds its way to Kenosha County families
In his State of the State address Gov. Scott Walker pointed out that the current state budget has increased funds for long-term care for children. This has had a direct impact on more than 100 Kenosha County families, including the family of Zion Brantley, right.News briefs for Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018
Nomination should address why you believe your nominee should receive the Remarkable Older American Award, based on the criteria listed above. Nomination should be submitted to Kenosha Co.Packer Hall of Famer Gilbert Brown to address PTA banquet
Green Bay Packers Hall of Famer Gilbert Brown will be the featured speaker at the 74th annual PTA Founder's Day Dinner. Brown is expected to speak on countering bullying and coping skills at the event, organized by the Kenosha Unified PTA Council and the Urban League of Racine and Kenosha.Village pushes 'dark store' action
In "dark stores" tax assessment scenarios, thriving big-box retailers llike Walmart, above, say their assessments should be similar to that as the vacant Walmart store on 52nd Street, below. Target in Pleasant Prairie used the "dark stores strategy" to get a lower property tax assessment after a settlement with the village.Pleasant Prairie resolution seeks to protect taxpayers from "dark stores" loophole
In an effort to protect taxpayers, the Pleasant Prairie Village Board on Monday passed a resolution urging lawmakers to close the the "dark stores" loophole. The resolution states that the disproportionate burden of property taxes on homeowners will worsen unless legislators take action to close loopholes in property tax law that some national chain stores use to gain substantial reductions in property taxes.
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