KENOSHA ⏤ Claims filed against the city of Kenosha and an extension of the city’s mask mandate until May 27 lead this week’s most viewed stories on the Uptown Observer website.
As a result, below, please take time to look back on all of our reporting that the community has paid attention to since March 14.
No. 1: ‘City Council to discuss Huber family, Grosskreutz claims in closed session tonight’
No. 2: ‘Kenosha City Council extends current mask mandate until May 27, unanimously denies Huber and Grosskreutz claims’
No. 3: ‘#SaturdayMorningMix: A drug bust and a barber lead stories this week’
No. 4: ‘#HumanityCenteredSaturday: A leader walks into a barbershop …’
No. 5: ‘KDOG yields more than 3,600 grams of marijuana, $19,000 in Tuesday bust’
No. 6: ‘Humanity-Centered Saturday: A trip down memory lane’
No. 7: ‘#SaintsRadioSunday: Recent performances at Rustic Road’
No. 8: ‘Kenosha coalition to host discussion on racism in faith communities March 25’
No. 9: ‘Art and Activism, Part 2: Jon Linton gives names to the nameless, helps fill the needs of the needy’
No. 10: ‘Kenosha County Board approves funds for Pike River restoration, Vets Memorial Park budget changes’