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The Chrysler Foundation and Kenosha Engine Plant Donate $100,000 to New YMCA Aquatics Center

KENOSHA, Wis., Feb. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- The Chrysler Foundation and Kenosha (Wis.) Engine Plant today presented the Kenosha YMCA with a $100,000 donation for its new Aquatics Center. Chrysler's donation will help build the aquatic center, which will be a new addition to the YMCA. The center wi...

Northern Lake Medical to Join Aurora Health Care

...seeking health care services in Wisconsin, and our kenosha hospital's proximity to communities in northern Il...he services of Aurora physician specialists in the kenosha area, and also to the full array of hospital servi...mid the area's brisk growth. "The corridor between kenosha and Chicago's northwestern suburbs is developing r...

Lake Forest Hospital Proposes a New Health Care System in Lake County

...e hospital's website: http://www.lfh.org *Lake Forest Hospital and Condell Medical Center were both named #1 Consumer Choice hospitals in Lake and kenosha counties in 2007 by National Research Corporation (NRC). Lake Forest Hospital has earned the award for three years in a row by NRC. ...
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Abbott Labs campus in Kenosha could send ripples through local biotech

Pleasant Prairie, Wis. Now that pharmaceutical giant Abbott Laboratories Inc. has acquired 500 acres of land just across the Wisconsin state line for what figures to be a major expansion, some technology observers believe the impending development bodes well for creating synergies with the sta...

Wisconsins Business IT Innovators

...e on the list are making the most of what they have when it really counts. Numerous Wisconsin-based companies made the cut, including Snap-on Inc., kenosha (No. 11); Harley-Davidson, Milwaukee (No. 32); and Alliant Energy, Madison (No. 150). Snap-on was the highest-ranked manufacturing company on the ...

Report Reveals Vitality of SE Wisconsin Technology Community

... and health-related technologies located in the region. The report identified 500 IT companies in Milwaukee, Waukesha, Ozaukee, Washington, Racine, kenosha and Walworth counties. These firms employ 21,550 workers with a total annual payroll of about $1.2 billion per year. Additionally, the report identifi...

From Rustbelt to Techtown: Milwaukee is Building a New Image and a New Economic Reality.

... directory was a reminder of how much is already in place. The report identified 500 IT companies in Milwaukee, Waukesha, Ozaukee, Washington, Racine, kenosha and Walworth counties. These firms employ 21,550 workers with a total annual payroll of about $1.2 billion. The report also tagged 75 biomedical firms...

Lord of the Rings visual effects creator talks about entrepreneurial experiences

... Academy-award winning kenosha native discusses LOTR experiences, future plans MILWAUKEE The director...n he began perfectly blends with the conference. And the fact that he is a kenosha native makes him an ideal example of a Wisconsin success. We relentlessl...

The latest job-creation statistics on Wisconsin may surprise you.

...se (3.3), Milwaukee-Waukesha (5.3), Sheboygan (4.7), Wausau (3.6) and Madison (2.4). Above the national average are Janesville-Beloit (7.9 percent), kenosha (5.9 percent) and Racine (7.2 percent). All three lost manufacturing jobs during the recession that began in 2000. Green Bays total employment gre...

Tech Digest: what's moving in the Midwest

...nnect phones to their broadband Internet connections using voice over Internet protocol. The company started offering CallVantage in the Milwaukee, kenosha and Racine areas this June and in the Madison area this August. AT&T also distributes the service through Best Buy and Amazon.com, among others. ...

UW-Milwaukee Chancellor Santiago determined to build on research base

... In late 2003, a survey published by We Energies identified 500 information technology companies in Milwaukee, Waukesha, Ozaukee, Washington, Racine, kenosha and Walworth counties. These firms employ 21,550 workers with a total annual payroll of about $1.2 billion. The report also tagged 75 biomedical firms...

Gateway Technical College pilots IBM training program

...with Abbott Labs. The ACE program curriculum has been functioning on the kenosha campuss BioCATT training center for almost a year now and is split up into ...le the system has been implemented overseas, Gateways use of the program in kenosha marks the first use of the system in North America, a fact that the college...

Theres more than a bit of mystery, but attracting 'Big Pharma' is good for the state

...ns to do with the nearly 500 acres it purchased in kenosha County in Wisconsin's far southeast corner, but ex...aded state government to loan $12.5 million to the kenosha Area Business Alliance to help move the project along. Note: That's the kenosha Area Business Alliance receiving the loan, not Abb...
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