Kenosha’s health care options may seem alive and well, but they are about to get a shot in the arm.
On Thursday, United Hospital System announced it has signed a letter of intent to join forces with Froedtert Hospital and the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Nearly a year ago, the Kenosha News reported the illegal dumping of tires behind the HobNob restaurant in Somers.
More recently, a Curious Kenosha reader contacted the paper asking, “Did they ever catch the people who dumped the load of used tires over the cliff, into Lake Michigan at The Hobnob last year?”
On top of the pile of things I had intended to write about earlier was a news article about a large-scale luxury apartment project planned for St. Francis. That project changed direction just a bit last week.
While taking some time to win approval, the project by Kenosha’s Bear Development will feature 221 apartments in 11 buildings. With a bit of a slowdown in demand for apartments in the Milwaukee market, Bear’s original plan for three larger buildings with 315 units was downsized.