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Sep 19, 2023

Kenosha Common Council unanimously passes contractor requirements for public bids

Kenosha officials championed the bill for its apprenticeship requirements, while some contractors said some rules were vague.

Sep 18, 2023

Wisconsin contractors urge Kenosha council to delay vote over bidding ordinance

Kenosha officials will vote on an ordinance which contractors say will bar some firms from working on area public projects.

Line 5 relocation
Aug 7, 2023

Labor groups promote Line 5 relocation proposal as Enbridge seeks permits

Enbridge needs permits from organizations such as DNR, WisDOT and DOA before it can start a 42-mile pipeline relocation project.

Riley's summer camp
Jul 24, 2023

Kenosha middle schoolers get a taste of construction at Riley’s summer camp

More than 30 students from the Kenosha Unified School District took part in the four-day camp.

Wisconsin transportation funds
Jun 30, 2023

Wisconsin receives $34.8 million in federal transportation project funds

The grant package includes more than $14 million for curb extensions, bumpouts and other bicyclist and pedestrian safety features for the Villard Avenue corridor in Milwaukee.

Milwaukee Kenosha federal grants
Jun 26, 2023

Nearly $35 million in federal grants to improve streets, highways in Milwaukee County and Kenosha

The federal grants will support a Complete Streets plan in Milwaukee, infrastructure improvements to a Milwaukee County highway and construction of a multi-use trail in Kenosha.

May 24, 2023

Health care gap emerges amid development boon for Kenosha, Racine counties

Kenosha officials said they hadn't heard questions over healthcare from prospecting developers in the area.

downtown Kenosha redevelopment
May 12, 2023

Cobalt Partners, C.D. Smith win preliminary approval for $450M development in downtown Kenosha

A plan for a $450 million mixed-use development across nine blocks in Kenosha's downtown won early approval from a city plan committee.

Jul 20, 2022

Menominee, Hard Rock renew efforts to open Kenosha casino

The Menominee Indian Tribe said Wednesday that it's relaunching its effort, in partnership with Hard Rock International, to open a casino and entertainment complex in Kenosha.

Feb 9, 2022

Kenosha is the latest in a series of developments by Amazon

Amazon is adding on to its Kenosha operations and bringing on as many as 400 new jobs. It's the latest in a series of developments in Wisconsin by the online retailer.

Feb 7, 2022

Indoor farm using refurbished containers, hydroponics

A new indoor farm in Kenosha is furthering an ongoing trend of hydroponic agriculture in Wisconsin.

Jan 5, 2021

No charges against Wisconsin officer who shot Jacob Blake (UPDATE)

A Wisconsin prosecutor announced Tuesday that he will not file criminal charges against a white police officer who shot a Black man in the back in Kenosha last summer, leaving him paralyzed and setting off sometimes violent protests in the city.


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