Kenosha.com focusing on the positive

Platform committed to highlighting the good in our community

By Jeffrey ZampantiKENOSHA.COM

With a passion for writing and love for his hometown, Zampanti has nearly three decades experience working directly in the Kenosha community. The Kenosha native is Director of Content for Kenosha.com.

In response to a challenging year for local residents and small business owners — and recent acts of violence — one local media outlet remains committed to highlighting the good in our community.

Kenosha.com has made its biggest local impact by delivering something readers have desperately lacked: A positive, digital media platform offering engaging, interesting content that ultimately makes you feel better about your day, not worse.

Kenosha.com is 100-percent local, 100-percent free and 100-percent positive.

In addition to its many valuable resources — including a comprehensive business directory, up-to-the-minute event listings and free, daily obituaries — Kenosha.com brings insightful, engaging content from its team of experienced, local journalists.

Popular features include “Kenoshan of the Week” with Andrew Horschak, “Kenosha Eats” with Riki Tagliapietra, “Bookmark” with Laura Marran, “Art Beats” with Jaime Brown, “This Date in Kenosha Sports History” with David Marran, “Keeping it Real” with Mitch Ferraro, “Facing the Future” with Daniel Gaitan, “Foodie Favorite” with Sarah Freeborn and #FridayFunny with Dan Pavelich.

Kenosha.com, founded by Kenosha native Jim Gourley, has quickly become one of Kenosha’s most popular local media platforms. 

For daily news, features, columns and spectacular local photos, be sure to follow Kenosha.com on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn.

While our team is proud of what we’ve already accomplished, we’re even more excited about what’s yet to come.

Kenosha.com has plenty of exciting news to share in the coming weeks — including a fresh web redesign — and several new additions by land and sea.

Stay tuned! 

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