Posted inLocal news, Schools

Cardinal Stritch closing permanently May 22; students wonder about next steps

MILWAUKEE — Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee is closing permanently on May 22. University President Dr. Dan Scholz made the announcement Monday, April 10. In his video announcement, Scholz says the Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi have “accepted the recommendation of the school’s Board of Trustees” to end operations next month. Students were informed […]

Posted inObituaries

Teresa ‘Terri’ Lee Both, 63, had a knack for making friends with her beautiful personality

Obituary for Teresa ‘Terri’ Lee Both Teresa “Terri” Lee Both, age 63, passed away unexpectedly at home on March 5, 2023, surrounded by her loving family. Teresa “Terri” Lee Both Terri was born in Milwaukee, Wis. on May 9, 1959, to the late John “Jack” B. Leyer and Clarice Ann (nee: Jacoby) Sklba. She attended […]

Posted inElections

Mitchell pushes judicial fairness as he tries to escape Barnes campaign shadow

by Henry Redman, Wisconsin ExaminerFebruary 9, 2023 Everett Mitchell says that his competency as a judge is never why people say he can’t be elected to the Wisconsin Supreme Court this spring.  Instead, he’s been dogged by questions — and fears from the state’s left-wing — about nominating a Black man in a statewide race […]

Posted inGovernment, Local news, Police and fire

To honor Milwaukee Police Officer Peter Jerving, flags ordered to half-staff Feb. 13

MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers announced on Thursday (Feb. 9), that in the State of Wisconsin, in accordance with Executive Order #185, that flags will fly at half-staff on Mon., Feb. 13 in honor of Milwaukee Police Officer Peter Jerving, who was killed in the line of duty. Milwaukee Police Officer Peter Jerving – Jerving […]

Posted inArts & Entertainment, Culture, Events, Kenosha business, Kenosha Lens, Things To Do

‘Vamos a Bailar’ Latin dance event hosted by Kenosha Creative Space on Jan. 20

KENOSHA— The Kenosha Creative Space will host a “Vamos a Bailar” Latin dance event on Jan. 20 at the Kenosha Creative Space, 624 57th St. From 8 p.m. to 1 a.m., people of all ages and abilities are welcome to learn various Latin dance styles including Bachata, Cumbia, Banda, Salsa, Merengue, Reggaeton, and more. No […]

Posted inLocal news, Police and fire

Milwaukee man charged with meth possession in Waterford faces 3.5 years in prison

WATERFORD — What started as a traffic stop and suspicion of possession of THC last week in the Town of Waterford eventually led to a felony charge for a 30-year-old Milwaukee man. Jayson N. Bailey is charged with felony possession of methamphetamine, which carries a maximum possible fine of $10,000 and three years, six months […]

Posted inBusiness, Business Spotlight, Local news

Business Spotlight: Renier Hotopp Law

Renier Hotopp Law, a Boutique Law Firm specializing in Divorce, Child Support/Custody, is open for business, striving to serve clients in Southeastern Wisconsin. The women-owned firm is run by Lindsay Renier, an experienced attorney. The newer firm officially opened in June 2020, but in May 2022, Reiner Hotopp Law put down roots at its location […]

Posted inCelebrations, Community, Events, Kenosha Lens, Kenosha Nonprofits, Local news, Non-Profits, Things To Do

Santa in a Shoebox kicks off its 14th year

RACINE — Santa in a Shoebox is back for another year of spreading joy this holiday season. Now in its 14th year, this non-profit is not only 100% community-driven, but it is also completely, fully volunteer-coordinated. Javier’s Cuisine is one of two official drop-off locations for the organization. – Santa in a Shoebox kicked off […]

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