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  • Award given to Jo Wynn
    The homeless in Kenosha get their teeth pulled more often than restored
    Jo Wynn runs Walkin in My Shoes, an outreach program that helps the homeless population in Kenosha. She found herself homeless in 2004 and decided to help other people by starting a non-profit agency in Kenosha. Recently Wells Fargo Bank donated a...
  • Orson Welle's hometown to celebrate his 100th birthday
    Orson Welle's hometown to celebrate his 100th birthday
    The man who terrified radio listeners with his realistic panic broadcast “War of the Worlds” and put the mysterious “Rosebud” on the lips of moviegoers would be 100 years old this May.And the Kenosha, Wisconsin, hometown...
  • Kenosha, Wisconsin
    Celebrate Travel and Tourism Week in Kenosha, WI with I ♥ Kenosha photo frame
    National Travel and Tourism Week is celebrated May 3-11, and the Kenosha Area Convention & Visitors Bureau encourages local residents, as well as visitors, to experience and embrace all the great attractions, restaurants, events, and...
  • Visit Kenosha for a shopping getaway
    Visit Kenosha for a shopping getaway
    It’s getting close to the most festive time of year, those weeks leading up to Christmas, with twinkling lights, holiday tunes, parties, and shopping. For many, shopping is front and center in holiday preparations. It’s the thrill of...
  • Dentists E.G. Hazelton and Isaac George's ads in the Kenosha Telegraph Mar 17, 1870
    In 1870 Two dentists were competing in Kenosha - Dr. George and Dr. Hazelton
    There were two ads placed for dentistry in the Kenosha Telegraph on Thursday March 17, 1870. One was put in the paper by dentist Dr. EG Hazelton and the second was paid for by Dr. Isaac George. Many different kinds of businesses put ads in the...
  • Franks Diner
    Franks Diner – like none other
    You want fresh – you got it. The staff and the food are both fresh…which lends to the experience that you won’t find anywhere else. Tucked away at 59th and 5th in Kenosha, Wisconsin, this diner is a can’t miss destination...
  • Bristol Renaissance Faire, a rollicking romp through Elizabethan England"
    Bristol Renaissance Faire, a rollicking romp through Elizabethan England
    Near Kenosha Wisconsin, 30 acres of land is transformed into Elizabethan England during the summer performance of the Bristol Renaissance Faire. Named as the Country's Best Renaissance Faire, guests are invited to play 16th Century games,...
  • Ahoy, Bristol Renaissance Faire hosts Swashbuckler weekend
    Ahoy, Bristol Renaissance Faire hosts Swashbuckler weekend
    Aye matey, it is time to grab your sword and make some noise during the first ever Swashbuckler weekend at Bristol Renaissance Faire. On July 13 and 14, Bristol will be full of music, merriment and a little mayhem.The second weekend of the Bristol...
  • The Bristol Renaissance Faire announces 26th season
    The Bristol Renaissance Faire announces 26th season
    Yesterday morning, June 13, The Bristol Renaissance Faire issued a press release announcing their upcoming 26th season running July 6- Sept. 2. Voted the 2012 Best Renaissance Faire in the country, the Bristol Renaissance Faire continually strives...
  • Bite mark on Arm
    Bite Mark Cases in Kenosha County Courtrooms - One from 2012 and One from 1912
    Yesterday there was a story about a man named Troy Shesler Jr., age 21, who bit a police officer's hand in Twin Lakes in the Kenosha News. He also spit at an officer and tried to chew a police car door. He had been drinking and was given a...
  • Miss America fan voting begins on Web
    Miss America fan voting begins on Web
    Voting got under way Monday for a fan’s choice for a finalist in the Jan. 12 Miss America Pageant."One Miss America contestant who receives the highest number of eligible and verified votes during the voting period will be chosen to...
  • Civil war reenactors
    Spring into history
    Just because it's spring in Wisconsin - beautiful one day, a blizzard the next - doesn't mean you should stay inside. Get out and experience some of the state's great interactive history museums and exhibits that run through the off...
  • Kenosha HarborMarket
    Explore the charm of downtown Kenosha on Second Saturdays
    Kenosha is more than just the place that you drive past on the way to Chicago. Many Milwaukeeans fail to realize that it extends beyond The Brat Stop and Mars Cheese Castle. Why not stop off the freeway before hitting Illinois' tolls and...
  • PETS River
    Great fun at Petrifying Springs
    More commonly known for the golf course that shares the same name, Petrifying Springs park in Kenosha is a refuge of wilderness in the southeast Wisconsin industrial city. Featuring a set of trails that range from steep valley slopes to pleasant...
  • Kenosha Streetcar
    Cincinnati streetcars still running, just not here
    Streetcars in Cincinnati were the primary mass transit system from 1899 till 1951, when it was finally done in by the freedom of mobility provided by the automobile. We may get streetcars again soon, but till then you can still ride a Cincinnati...