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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
Supervalu buys Central Grocers warehouse; deal may put more store brands in supermarkets

A Minnesota-based grocery company is making a power play in the Chicago area, stepping into the void being left by the bankrupt Central Grocers, a nearly century-old grocery cooperative that's closed up shop. Supervalu Holdings has entered into an agreement to buy Central Grocers' massive distribution center in Joliet for $61 million.

Accused former Aurora priest back in federal custody

Kane County prosecutors plan to file an emergency motion seeking a Friday hearing in a last-ditch attempt to keep former Aurora priest Alfredo Pedraza Arias, who is accused of sexual abuse, from being deported. Arias, 50, had been in the custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials since May until Kane County Judge Linda Abrahamson, who raised his bail by $100,000 earlier in the month, on July 21 agreed to remand the one-time Aurora priest to the Kane County Jail.

Foxconn chooses Wisconsin for $10B investment; 13,000 jobs

In this file photo, a worker looks out through the logo at the entrance of the Foxconn complex in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen. The buzz is increasing over an expected imminent announcement that Wisconsin may land a massive new Foxconn manufacturing plant.

Missing Kenosha teen found dead in Mount Pleasant

Olivia Mackay was found dead in Mount Pleasant, according to police. This is a photograph her father posted on Facebook, after they realized she was missing.

Flood damage estimated at $15-M Wednesday, July 26

UNDATED Cleanup continues after storms caused severe flooding last week throughout southern Wisconsin. State officials say there was over $15-million worth of damage to public roads, bridges, dams and other structures.

Suspect's "crystal blue eyes" draw witnesses' attention in armed robberies

A Kenosha woman allegedly covered her head with a hoodie and her face with a bandana in a carrying out a pair of armed robberies, but her "distinctive eyes" were tougher to disguise. Samantha Moore, 24, is accused of committing a pair of armed robberies at city taverns.

AMC reunion in Kenosha draws crowd

William Drozd III operates a remote contral Jeep as he sits next to his grandfather, William Drozd, as this week's AMC Homecoming gets underway with a car show at Wendy's on the corner of 39th Avenue and 75th Street on Tuesday night. Their family's AMC cars include an AMX, left, and a 1982 AMC Spirit.

Kenosha Pops Concert Band: July 26, 2017, concert

The Kenosha Pops Concert Band directors Garrett Kornman, left, and Craig Gall break out the tuxedos for tonight's indoor concert at Carthage College. The Kenosha Pops Concert Band directors Garrett Kornman, left, and Craig Gall break out the tuxedos for tonight's indoor concert at Carthage College.

New pizza place coming into Slice of NY spot

A sign indicates the former Slice of NY Pizzeria shop is under new ownership. The shop was forced to close last week after a number of violations were found in the business.

Community Foundation announces 2018 Field of Interest Funds grant opportunities

Llocal not-for-profit organizations can now apply for 2018 grants from four Field of Interest Funds managed by the Kenosha Community Foundation. 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.

Community Connection: Society's Assets makes independence possible

Carthage College junior Shannon Kafura received a scholarship from Society's Assets. She is pictured with, from left, Jackie and Tony Kafura and Society's Assets Chairman Frank Germinaro.

Lincoln Middle Students Learn Life Skills

Sixth-graders Timmy Asboth, left, and Khristofor Brasewell, right, work with construction levels as part of their summer school studies at Lincoln Middle School. "This is fun,' said Kenosha Unified School District Superintendent Sue Savaglio-Jarvis, center, as she lifts weights with Kaleb Howell, left, and DaRon Green while viewing their project on weight training, diet, health and fitness as part of their summer school studies at Lincoln Middle School.

Hawthorn Hollow receives Wisconsin Coastal Management grant

Nancy Carlson, manager of the WATERshed Program, works with Racine students by the Root River. A grant will help her establish educational programs about the Great Lakes for Kenosha Unified students.

The House of Gerhard opens after two weeks of flood damage repairs

Loretta Walker, left, and Sabine Rhey work to get tables ready at the House of Gerhard on Monday. The restaurant is slated to open on Tuesday after recovering from flooding earlier this month.

Kenosha man's persistence pays off as he wins Solo Mac

Mark Veenstra of Kenosha is shown at the start of the solo Chicago to Mackinac Island race earlier this month. He won the race in 50 hours and 50 minutes.

Tiles add personal touch to Dream Playground

Tammy Conforti installs 100 art tiles with help from Gregg Dibble of the City of Kenosha Parks Department at the Dream Playground on Monday. Children from the Boys & Girls Club, Whittier Elementary and other Kenosha Unified schools created the vivid artwork.

Governor tours flood damage

Governor Scott Walker toured Cassville yesterday to meet with families who lost their homes. Wisconsin Emergency Management says over a dozen homes were either destroyed or damaged in the floods caused by storms Friday night.

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