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Posted inKenosha businessKenosha Lens

North Shore Bank Hosting Kenosha Welcome Party to Connect New Residents, Locals, Small Businesses

On the heels of the opening week of the brand-new Kenosha South branch, North Shore Bank today announced the Kenosha Welcome Party to be held on Thursday, Sept. 9 from 6 – 9 p.m. at The Apis Hotel and Restaurant, 614 56th Street, Kenosha, WI 53140. The Welcome Party, presented by the community bank, will […]

Posted inBusinessLocal news

North Shore Bank Launches “For the Love of Animals” May Campaign

North Shore Bank has announced that zoos and humane societies across the state will be the focus of the bank’s second community give-back program “Bank on Kindness,” a campaign to support local efforts of Wisconsin non-profit organizations. Until May 31, the public can donate to the local animal-focused community partner(s) of their choice through a […]

Posted inPress releases

Press Release: North Shore Bank “Bank on Kindness” raises over $23K to assist Wisconsin food pantries in need amid pandemic

Brookfield, Wis. – North Shore Bank today announced that the community bank’s February community give-back program “Bank on Kindness”. Along with its annual Race for the Hungry, the bank raised a total of $23,417 to support local efforts of Wisconsin non-profit hunger relief organizations. From Feb. 1 to Feb. 28, the public donated to the […]

Posted inLocal newsSchools

Local schools finalists in bank video contest to ‘Make Change Happen’

North Shore Bank today announced that it has selected 12 finalists for its “Make Change Happen,” a video contest to help support school initiatives in the local communities. Among the finalists were three local schools. Wadewitz Elementary School was recognized for “The Waddy News Report.” Racine Montessori School’s “After-school Child Care Program” and McKinley Elementary […]

Posted inPolice and fire

Police Searching for Bank Robber

by Heather Asiyanbi Racine Police Department officers are asking for the public’s help finding the suspect who robbed the North Shore Bank on Main Street Thursday. Police were dispatched at 11:10 a.m. to North Shore Bank, 3911 N. Main Street, for a report of a robbery, according to a press release from Racine Sgt. Jessie Metoyer. […]