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Fabiano benefits claim in federal court

11th May 2010

An appeals board in Washington, D.C., will decide whether the survivors of the late Kenosha County Sheriff’s Deputy Frank Fabiano Jr. are eligible to receive federal worker’s compensation benefits.

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Catholic church will not host rally

19th December 2009

On Wednesday, Dec. 16, the Kenosha News published an article that implied that a rally in support of a pending immigration bill would take place at St. Mark Parish. No such rally is taking place at St. Mark.

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The Wisconsin Court of Appeals recently upheld a $1 million verdict against a Kenosha manufacturer.

3rd October 2009

The Wisconsin Court of Appeals recently upheld a $1 million verdict against a Kenosha manufacturer.

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County’s Catholic schools unite for women in need

26th March 2009

Students from St. Mark, Holy Rosary, St. Mary, Mount Carmel, St. Peter, and St. Therese came together Tuesday morning at St. Joseph High School to make more than 100 hand-tied blankets that will be part of a package of items donated to women in need.

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Business owner files suit against city for relocating costs

26th January 2008

A business owner is suing the city after running into higher-than-expected costs for his relocated building.

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Club without a clubhouse to keep license

28th August 2007

The liquor license at Strawberry Creek’s golf course faced revocation Monday night, not because of any license penalties but due to delays in building a permanent clubhouse. On Monday, the Licensing/Permit Committee deferred any action on The Club at Strawberry Creek’s beer and liquor license.

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Jury finds IEA liable for contract violation

3rd August 2007

A Kenosha County jury found a Kenosha manufacturer liable for more than $1 million in damages Thursday in a case over rights to sell locomotive radiators. T

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Learning, laughs and the law

2nd May 2007

Law school is three years long for a reason. At least, it seemed that way Tuesday while newly appointed judge John Michael McTernan pulled on his white wig and got his instructions from his lawyer father, Mike McTernan.

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Why do people run reds?

1st July 2005

Why do people run reds? Note to drivers who run red lights: please try a little patience. Kimberly Powers, 34, of Salem, worries, especially now that she’s pregnant, about being on the road with an increasing number of drivers who disregard red traffic lights.

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State’s highest court to hear tax case of city, Columbus Park

13th May 2003

The Wisconsin Supreme Court will hear a Kenosha property-tax exemption case that has city officials concerned. The case involves the nonprofit Columbus Park Housing Corp., which provides rental housing to low-income tenants. Columbus Park sued the city when it assessed the group for property taxes even though the organization argued it was exempt.

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Commissioners OK Strawberry Creek plan

6th December 2002

Developers of the Strawberry Creek subdivision, which will feature a golf course surrounded by neighborhood housing, found themselves in the rough Thursday after the City Plan Commission nearly prevented them from getting to the first tee.

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Medians bad for business, owner says

16th February 2002

Heavy equipment works on the corner of 52nd Street and Sheridan Road, directly across from Lou Perrine's Gas and Groceries.

38221 Comments

Wilmot Mountain ownership sought again in court

11th July 2001

Steven and Jeanette Schwarzbach asked the judge Tuesday in Kenosha County Circuit Court to reconsider his dismissal of two lawsuits they filed in their quest to own the popular ski hill at 11931 Fox River Road. Schlaefer said he will examine the documents presented and issue a decision.

1996 Comments

Restraining-order request dropped but suit continues in Wilmot case

11th February 2000

Restraining-order request dropped but suit continues in Wilmot case: The couple suing Wilmot Mountain's owner dropped their restraining-order request but are continuing their lawsuit claiming they have a contract to buy some of the ski-hill facility.

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Board to consider settlement with Jimenez

11th September 1999

Kenosha Unified Superintendent Michael Johnson is recommending a settlement -- including back pay -- with Santos ``Saint'' Jimenez, who has a grievance and a civil rights complaint pending against the district. The School Board will consider the settlement proposal Tuesday at its regular meeting at the Educational Support Center, 3600 52nd St.

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Littering, invasion of privacy alleged in lawsuits by neighbors

11th August 1998

An argument between two neighbors in the River Crossing subdivision produced another lawsuit in Kenosha County Court.

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11th May 2010

Fabiano benefits claim in federal court

An appeals board in Washington, D.C., will decide whether the survivors of the late Kenosha County Sheriff’s Deputy Frank Fabiano Jr. are eligible to receive federal worker’s compensation benefits.

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19th December 2009

Catholic church will not host rally

On Wednesday, Dec. 16, the Kenosha News published an article that implied that a rally in support of a pending immigration bill would take place at St. Mark Parish. No such rally is taking place at St. Mark.

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