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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

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Rally 4 Recovery to celebrate victory over addiction

"Rally 4 Recovery" will take place 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Celebration Place at the east end of HarborPark, 5501 Ring Road. "The most important thing is to provide resources for those living in recovery, those seeking to live in recovery and the people who care about them," said Jane Davis, one of the organizers Organizations that assist with addiction recovery will be on hand to provide information, and there will be entertainment and refreshments as well.

Cat with chemical burns on the mend with help of Kenosha rescue group

A young cat that was burned with chemicals and then abandoned is recovering with the help of a Kenosha rescue group. The group, which works closely with Kenosha veterinarian Dr. William Carlisle, has been gaining a reputation with animal shelters in the area as a place to turn for dogs and cats that would likely otherwise be euthanized because of their medical needs.

A theater season packed with comedies, musicals and dramas

Under the direction of Educational Theatre Association Hall of Fame member Holly Stanfield, Kenosha Unified School District's Theater Arts Program will perform 10 main-stage acts and six studio productions for its 2017-18 season. "Sometimes I tend to get steeped into one thing," Stanfield said.

KUSD opens season with Next to Normal

Kenosha Unified School District student Natalie Lall, playing his Diana Goodman, is surrounded by dancers from the cast Isabella Puterbaugh, Rachel Skowronski, Emily Marrese and Lily Dawson during a rehearsal of Next to Normal a 2008 American rock musical with book and lyrics by Brian Yorkey and music by Tom Kitt. Kenosha Unified School District students Isabella Puterbaug, one of the dancers in the cast, Connor Cameron, playing Dr. Madden and Natalie Lall, playing Diana Goodman, rehearse Next to Normal a 2008 American rock musical with book and lyrics by Brian Yorkey and music by Tom Kitt.

Creative Space beach party

Alderman for the Second District John Fox and Kenosha Parks Department Employee Willie Sterba install glass diffusers donated by Rob Greskoviak as the get the Simmons Island Beach House cleaned up for the Kenosha Creative Space Beach party Friday and Saturday. Alderman for the Second District John Fox and Kenosha Parks Department Employee Willie Sterba install glass diffusers donated by Rob Greskoviak as the get the Simmons Island Beach House cleaned up for the Kenosha Creative Space Beach party Friday and Saturday.

Chef of the Year 2017: Daniel Bonanno is a chef's chef

"He's a very underrated chef," says Mindy Segal, a James Beard Award-winning pastry chef and owner of HotChocolate Bakery in Revival Food Hall in Chicago. It was Segal's first time eating at A Pig in a Fur Coat on Williamson Street, and before chef Bonanno even stepped out of his kitchen, she already knew a lot about his approach to food.

Volunteers spruce up velodrome

Volunteers Jerry Hoff, left, and Ken Stanke, right, unload dirt from a wheelbarrow as they and about seven others work to level out low spots on the infield of the Washington Park Velodrome Wednesday. Volunteers Dave Paff, left, John Horton and Ed Kubicki, right, load dirt into wheelbarrows as they and others work to work to level out some low spots on the infield of the Washington Park Velodrome on Wednesday.

Zapf appealing disciplinary recommendation

Former District Attorney Robert Zapf is appealing a referee's recommendation that his law license be suspended and that he be barred from acting as a prosecutor. In August, retired judge Dennis J. Flynn, acting as a referee in a misconduct case brought by the state's Office of Lawyer Regulation, issued a report recommending that the Wisconsin Supreme Court suspend Zapf's license for a year and forever bar him from acting as a prosecutor in the state.

Snyder: Visiting our 'roo on the run

You could even call him aloof, though when I met with him, it seemed more like he was just relaxing and enjoying the warm early autumn weather. Joey - and his roommate Jake - are the star attractions this fall at Jerry Smith's Pumpkin Farm's petting zoo, 7150 18th St. in Somers.

Neighbor accused of stealing and pawning woman's jewelry

A 53-year-old Kenosha man was arrested after he allegedly used a key he was given for emergencies to enter a neighbor's home and steal her jewelry, including a wedding ring that was melted down for the metal value before it could be recovered. According to the criminal complaint, Tabili's neighbor, who is in her 70s, noticed in August that much of her jewelry was missing.

Today's News Briefs: Burglary suspect held on $50,000 bond

A Sturtevant man is being held on $50,000 bond after he was charged Tuesday with burglary, theft, attempted burglary, criminal damage and 10 counts of bail jumping. Neil Braun, 40, allegedly broke into a house on the 7300 block of 25th Avenue Sept.

Village, town boards approve "historic" development agreement

The Somers town and village boards have become the first to approve a multijurisdictional agreement for the Interstate 94 corridor. At separate meetings Tuesday night, the Town Board voted 3-0, while the Village Board voted 7-0 in approving the agreement that also includes the city of Kenosha and the town of Paris.

Dashcam footage shows kangaroo that escaped in Wisconsin

'Rocket Man is on a suicide mission': Trump says he will 'destroy' Kim Jong-Un if he threatens America - then turns up the heat on Iran in his first speech to the United Nations US Navy nurses removed from duty after pictures of them flipping off newborn babies and 'making them dance to rap music' emerge online 'This was a political and financial hit job': Defiant Bill O'Reilly denies any wrong doing about sexual harassment allegations against him - and says he has never sent a lewd email or text Five college football players, including son of a former NFL star, are charged in hazing incident where they attempted to sodomize and beat freshman before leaving him half naked in a park Meredith Vieira reveals she once kissed Savannah Guthrie who was so 'out of it' she has no memory of their smooch as DailyMail TV's Jesse Palmer weighs in against Nicole Kidman smooching Colorado police hunt ... (more)

Kenosha man charged in connection with Sept. 14 robbery

A Kenosha man was charged Monday in connection with the robbery of an older man outside a home in the 5700 block of 21st Avenue last week. Cedric G. Eastman-Black, 21, appeared in Kenosha County Circuit Court where he was charged with three counts of being party to the crimes of conspiracy to commit robbery with use of force, aggravated battery of an elderly person and disorderly conduct in the Sept.

Fox River down nearly 12 feet since July

The Fox River in Wheatland, which hit a record high of 17.47 feet July 13, causing widespread flooding, is still higher than average for September, according to the National Weather Service. "It is actually a little above normal for this time of the year," hydrologist Brain Hahn said, pointing to median daily statistics dating back 23 years.

Gov. Walker Inks Foxconn Deal, Company Hopes to Break Ground Next Spring

Critics of the record breaking incentives package state Republicans are handing to Foxconn have been vocal since the deal was announced about two months ago. But supporters took center stage Monday as Gov. Walker signed the bill.

KUSD Third Friday Count

Kenosha Unified School District enrollment declined for the seventh consecutive year, with initial numbers showing a drop of some 274 students for 2017-18. The figures are from the state-mandated Third Friday enrollment count recorded last week.

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