A Kenosha Unified School District committee Tuesday night approved a recommendation to expand honors courses for English for seventh and eighth grades.
The Curriculum and Program Committee also voted unanimously to explore a program for gifted-and-talented students in grades 6-8.
KENOSHA — Andis Malahovskis, Greg Smith and Manny Joshua.
Those are three names you haven’t heard much of from the UW-Parkside men’s basketball team this season and three faces who don’t see a lot of minutes. Yet the two freshmen (Smith, Joshua) and the sophomore (Malahovskis) could play a huge factor in determining how far the Rangers advance in the NCAA Division II Tournament.
While a couple’s devotion to one another may be unlimited, money for their wedding is not. With the average wedding costing just under $30,000 (according to TheKnot.com), how does a couple decide where to spend and where to save?
We asked local wedding experts — and one newlywed couple — for their advice. Here are their tips for stretching those wedding dollars.
The Carthage College theater program will perform a world premiere play written by a prominent playwright and screenwriter, starting today.
“No Name” takes place in a Victorian-era society and focuses on a sheltered, well-to-do young English woman and her sister, who are thrown into poverty overnight by a distant relative who lays claim to their inheritance. Desperate to protect her family, the daring young Magdalene bands together with a shifty con-man and hatches an outrageous plot to reclaim her wealth.