1. Kenosha County Tree Program continues with online ordering system

    For the second year in a row, the Kenosha County Tree and Shrub program is taking orders exclusively through an online system. Read on...
  2. Public information meeting set for Highway C shared-use path project

    Kenosha County, partnering with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, is preparing to move forward with the construction of the County Trunk Highway C Shared Use Path between 114th Avenue and Bain Station Road within the Village of Pleasant Prairie. Read on...
  3. Jan. 20 state holiday to affect availability of some vital records

    The Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday on Monday, Jan. 20, will affect access to some vital records, Kenosha County Register of Deeds JoEllyn Storz announced today. Read on...
  4. New DNA research finds possible link between 1993 Kenosha County John Doe victim and S.C. tribe

    DNA information now suggests a yet-unidentified man found in Kenosha County in 1993 may have had ties to an American Indian tribe in South Carolina and to relatives in Sonora, Mexico, Kenosha County Medical Examiner Patrice Hall announced. Read on...
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