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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
GO Splash: On a budget? Herea s 50 things to do that wona t cost a dime

Kenosha has no shortage of activities and events planned for this summer and many of them are free. Here is a budget-friendly, family-oriented to-do list courtesy of the Kenosha Area Visitors and Convention Bureau: * The Kenosha County Parks system is 90 years old.

Free lakefront bike valet service in the works

Sponsored by Southport Park Association in collaboration with HarborMarket, the monitored service would run on Saturday's from June 3 to Sept. 30. Cyclists would have access to the valet the corner of Third Avenue and 56th Street.

Fix It: 63rd Street and Sheridan Road intersection

A reader contacted Fix It about the intersection of Sheridan Road and 63rd Street, writing "the problem... driver must turn right from Sheridan onto 63rd Street and go west... traffic sitting in the left turn lane on 63rd St. waiting for the light to change keeps getting in the way as they are way forward of where they are required to stop. That spot is a good 30 feet back from the intersection originally marked by a bold white stop line on the pavement which has been completely worn away for at least two years."

Neighborhood kids stop alleged abduction attempt

A criminal complaint says a 27-year-old man grabbed a little girl by the wrists and took her down the street. KENOSHA, WI A group of neighborhood children in a Wisconsin community sprang into action when police say a man grabbed a young girl and started walking off with her.

Snyder: Splish, splash! Ita s time for summer fun

It's almost summer, and that means we've got outdoor furniture to clean, flowers to plant and lawns to mow. In Thursday's Kenosha News, you'll find our annual Splash! section that shows you where to find free, live music all summer; what day the Kenosha Kingfish are playing their first home game; and who's the headliner every night at Summerfest.

Bradford alumni group to honor three

William Serpe, William Hart and the late Chester Woroch will be honored at the Distinguished Alumni Banquet at the Kenosha Country Club, 500 13th Ave. In addition, scholarship recipients Mitchell McClure, Lindsey Orthmann, Cooper Scarmardo, Hannah Sellman, Hannah Sorensen, Caitlyn Vazquez, Emma Yackley, Vincent Hoff, Cooper Scarmardo, Sonja Katt, Jenna Bonofiglio, Rachel Stanley, Sasha Westphal, JC Ovitt, Brian Tilapa and Emily Burhani will be recognized. The event opens with a silent auction, benefiting the Alumni Association's Scholarship Fund, at 5 p.m., with dinner at 6:15 p.m. and a program to follow.

Con man jailed after faking Navy SEAL history for benefits

Serial con man, 68, who pretended to be a decorated Navy SEAL to receive government benefits - and even gave talks as a 'veteran' at his stepson's school - is jailed for four years A con artist has been given a four-year prison sentence after he claimed to be an awarded Vietnam vet and Navy SEAL hero. In 2014, Kenneth E. Jozwiak, 68, submitted paperwork to Veterans Affairs in which he claimed to have fought in Vietnam from 1965-68.

Dive-bombing robins keep mail carrier away from Kenosha home

The first call only caused more confusion, he said. The post office had no mail for the Pierces and no note about why.

U.S. reveals how many foreigners overstayed visas

The U.S. Homeland Security Department says nearly 740,000 foreigners who were supposed to leave the country during a recent 12-month period overstayed their visas. The count released Monday includes people who arrived in the U.S. by plane or boat but does not include ground border crossings.

12-year-old Kenosha girl thwarts abduction attempt

A 12-year-old girl stopped an alleged abduction of a 4-year-old neighbor last week, pulling the girl away from a man who was leading her away by the wrist. The man, Benjamin Spasogevich-Lee, 27, of Kenosha, is being held on $15,000 bond, charged with abduction of a child and disorderly conduct.

Man faces charges for assaulting woman in workplace

A Kenosha man is charged with sexual assault, battery and disorderly conduct for allegedly attacking and sexually assaulting a woman when she was working alone in her office. James E. Crump, 49, is being held on $20,000 bond.

Anonymous donor issues challenge to fund Shalom Centera s soup kitchen

The donor, who previously challenged the community to come up with building funds for the center's new permanent site, has put up $90,000 and is calling on area businesses to match it. Shalom Center Executive Director Lynn Biese-Carroll said Monday the cost to run the center's soup kitchen is about $180,000 a year.

Community Connection: Southport Park Association

Southport Park Assocation: To preserve the Southport Park as a vital cultural, educational and recreational resource which has enhanced the quality of life for generations of Kenoshans, to establish a vibrant public /private partnership based on a shared commitment for Southport Park, and to inspire enduring stewardship for Kenosha's urban green spaces in Southport Park and Parks throughout our community for generations to come. SPA: President Susan Andrea Schlenker, vice president Linda Sarli, secretary Laura Belsky, treasurer Nathan Meyer, and members Mike Foster, Margaret Heller, Leslie McPeek, Jan Sinclair, Jeff Smith, and Lydia Spotswood.

Special-needs prom truly a A Night to Remembera

From the limo to the red carpet to the dance floor, the cheering, the hugs and the smiles seemed to never stop. Sponsored by the Kenosha-based Great Lakes Church, the fourth annual event at Festival Hall honors special needs individuals, many of whom are students who in the Kenosha and Racine area.

Bullen students learn about Pike River watershed

Just as local conservationists attempt to imprint patterns of young fingerlings at the rearing pond, Somers resident Dave Giordano used a similar approach with Bullen Middle School students on Friday. About 200 students visited the mouth of the Pike River to understand watershed connectivity and the basic principles of what happens on land ultimately ends up in the storm sewers, rivers and lakes.

Kenosha Craft Beer Week wraps with block party

Hosted by the Public Craft Brewing, the party stretched along 58th Street between Seventh and Eighth avenues. It featured eight live bands, food trucks and brews from Kenosha three craft brewers.

Music Matters: Block party will feature plenty of music

Remember last week when I passed on the information about the beginning of Kenosha Craft Beer Week, starting out at R'Noggin? Well, the end of the week is coming up already this Saturday with Public's Big Block Party all around the Public Craft brewery on 58th Street downtown. According to the beeristas at Public, "This year will be bigger and better with a giant-er beer tent and an additional space called the Kenosha News High Gravity Lounge."

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