Accessible Mats Arrive on Simmons Island

Lynn Marie takes her son Tyler Hastings for a stroll on one of two newly installed mobility mats on Simmons Island beach Tuesday afternoon. Tyler’s family reached out to City Hall last year after seeing beach mats used in Racine. Unanimous support by the city’s Public Works Committee and City Council followed, setting the stageContinue reading “Accessible Mats Arrive on Simmons Island”

Outdoor Markets a Hit Saturday

Masks and crowd control were an added feature as Kenosha’s outdoor market season debuted Saturday. Kenosha HarborMarket, the city’s mainstay and foundational enterprise, controlled the steady flow of customers as did the newly formed Kenosha Public Market, located in the City Hall parking lot. Warm, sunny weather attracted the experienced and curious shoppers, thankful forContinue reading “Outdoor Markets a Hit Saturday”

It’s Election Day and the Polls are OPEN

After a chaotic news cycle in Madison yesterday , the decision has been made that in-person voting will take place today until 8 p.m. Public safety protocols will be in place, so please don’t forget to cast your vote today. Polling places have been reduced to 10 locations, but the 2nd District Public Museum siteContinue reading “It’s Election Day and the Polls are OPEN”