Community News

After laying the groundwork, it’s time to send the Kenosha County Food Bank into its next stages of growth

I recently dusted off an old companion article from the Journal of Psychological Inquiry titled “Savoring Life, Past and Present” that suggests success […]

Two Kenosha-area high schools selected for welding education initiative as demand for workers skilled in trade escalates

Two Kenosha-area high schools have been selected to take part in an education initiative that aims to increase the number […]

The Path to finding your Path

  “All Artists are entrepreneurs. All entrepreneurs are artists. ~ Seth Godin” Since we launched the Kenosha Creative Space a […]

Nobody should be left on the sidelines

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and other headwinds, industrial development activity in the County continues at a record-breaking pace with over […]

Tradesman Shadow Day opens doors for students that might not see themselves in the trades

As secretary/treasurer of J.C. Building Systems, Inc., Amanda Paul is familiar with the construction industry. Her husband Brock has owned […]

Hwy 50 corridor in Paddock Lake poised for growth

The Highway 50 corridor as it extends from Bristol through Paddock Lake is poised for growth. A Kwik Trip, Culver’s, […]

The Benefits of Servant Leadership

I’ve been blessed to serve in a variety of leadership roles throughout my career and work with several extraordinary individuals […]

Master Conceptual Plan for the Future Village Green Center approved

On March 28, the Pleasant Prairie Village Board considered and approved the revised Master Conceptual Plan for the proposed Village […]

Information about COVID-19 vaccination management for employers from the Business Health Care Group

The Business Health Care Group hosted a very informative webinar that addressed questions that local employers may have as they […]