Month: July 2020

Increasing economic development in every neighborhood

This summer the nation is reckoning with its racial history. The Black Lives Matter movement and the killing of George […]

Produce company plans to go forward at former Dairyland site

wners of a longtime wholesale produce firm in Kenosha will be able to move forward with plans to relocate on […]

Coming off a strong year, KABA says county ‘well positioned’

Kenosha County’s 2019 economic investment and job growth kept pace with that of previous years, but local companies now face […]

IRIS USA, United Way, KABA team up to provide discounted masks for the community

IRIS USA is providing 10,000 masks to the United Way of Kenosha County to be sold to Kenosha County organizations […]

Recipients of the Kenosha COVID-19 Small Business Recovery Fund Announced

The Kenosha Area Business Alliance (KABA), in conjunction with the City of Kenosha, is excited to announce the recipients of […]

Panel approves subdividing lot for proposed Project Greeneway, local produce company at former dog track site

The city’s Public Works Committee has approved plans for a wholesale produce company’s 240,000-square-foot industrial building on property adjacent to […]