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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
Maytag names Bedford - Dependable Leader'
Dennis Bedford, youth empowerment director for the Boys and Girls Club of Kenosha, is shown in this photo from April. On Saturday, he was honored as one of 10 Boys and Girls Club workers in the nation as a Dependable Leader by Maytag.Non-stop dividend payer Snap-On can handle switch to electric cars
Nick Pinchuk, chairman and chief executive officer of Snap-On, introduces US President Donald Trump during an event at Snap-On Tools' headquarters in Kenosha, Wisconsin, earlier this year. Photo: Bloomberg Picture the scene - you are in the mechanic's garage or car dealership service area waiting to pick up your car.Foundation accepting applications for grants
The deadline is nearing for local not-for-profit organizations to apply for 2018 Kenosha Community Foundation grants from four Field of Interest Funds it manages. OMC Legacy Fund: Supports programs and activities that improve the general welfare and enhance the quality of life for youth in the greater Kenosha community.City announces arts award recipients
Terry James and the Blue Flames open the Lincoln Park Live concert series in June. The concert series is being honored with an Award of Excellence from the arts commission.Inspiring, sobering stories highlight Rally 4 Recovery
Carol Hudson smiles as the audience's applause after telling her story about addiction during Rally 4 Recovery Saturday at Celebration Place. Carol Hudson smiles as the audience's applause after telling her story about addiction during Rally 4 Recovery Saturday at Celebration Place.2 wed.JPG
Bride-to-be Subrina Lipp shares a moment with her great-grandmother Shirley Gray, 93, at her wedding Saturday at The Bay at Sheridan Health and Rehabilitation. Bride-to-be Subrina Lipp holds her 93-year-old great-grandmother Shirley Gray's hand as grandmother Deborah Ditterline pushes her wheelchair as they walk down the aisle.First nursing class at Carthage ready for clinicals
Nursing students at Carthage College read the Professional Pledge after receiving their white coats during a ceremony Saturday at the school. All in the family: Samantha Nichols, left, poses with her mother Melinda Nichols and her grandmother Bonnie Vagnon.Sharmain Harris finds redemption developing better fathers
But after some time behind bars and a life-changing stint at a military-style boot camp, Harris, now 29, came out a new man. First stop: getting a job at Red Robin as a dishwasher.Margaret Wood strives to make things better each day
Margaret "Maggie" Sturino Wood describes herself as an "ever-evolving" person whose goal at the end of the day is to make things better than they were at her job, her personal life and for her family. Her personal philosophy is one she has adopted from her grandfather and father: "What have I done within my capabilities to make things better?" And it has driven her to strive for achievement.Jake McGhee delivers for Boys & Girls Club
In a few months, the impact Jake McGhee, 29, has had on the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha has been both visible and, at times, less seen publicly. McGhee was named CEO about 18 months ago.20 Under 40 honorees honored for their efforts and their impact on the community
Kenosha News publisher Randy Rickman welcomes the audience to Friday's "20 Under 40" award luncheon Friday at Circa on Seventh. Israel Alpizar, left, chats with Amy Greil, who has her back to the camera, and Paige Waslaski during Friday's "20 Under 40" awards luncheon at Circa on Seventh.Kids' 911 song & video
A group of mainly Nash Elementary School third-graders gather around Sparky, the Somers Fire & Rescue Department mascot, before videotaping them Friday at station No. 1 singing "9-1-1" a jingle written by Pamela Bruce Atout, of Kenosha, to teach kids about dialing 911 in emergencies.Daniel Pascucci sees others as more than clients
As a financial planner for Edward Jones Investments, Daniel Pascucci said he often begins to see his clients as more than clients. "As a career, I don't think it could be any better," Pascucci explained.Jill Gillmore is the founder of Marleigh's Ministry
It was a troubling personal experience that made Jill Gillmore realize helping mothers who had just delivered a premature baby was a cause worth taking on. "I became interested in prematurity when our youngest daughter Marleigh was born 2A1 2 months early.Terra Parsons likes to lead by example
At a young age, two memorable people inspired Terra Parsons to become the person she is today - a field supervisor with the Wisconsin Department of Corrections and as an avid, caring-for-others volunteer who is devoted to community service and a mentor of youth. "Had it not been for her," she recalled, "this probably is not one profession I would have considered.20 Under 40: Tony Kutzler
For Tony Kutzler it's all about being involved and committed: Whether it's his family time, the many organizations and charities he supports, or his role as chief operations officer for Kenosha-based Kutzler Express Inc. "The biggest thing for us is we always try to help out," said Kutzler. "We've done that for years.20 Under 40: Lisa Madden
A year ago, Lisa Madden became a foster parent quite by accident. While volunteering at the Shalom Center's Interfaith Network Nightly shelter program, she met a family in dire need.
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