Kenosha Essential Info


Kenosha is Wisconsin's fourth largest city and is located in the state's southeast region. Many of its residents commute to jobs elsewhere, leading to its appellation as "Chicago's northernmost suburb."

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  1. Kenosha is the world headquarters for companies such as Jockey International, Inc., and Snap-on Incorporated.
  2. The legendary Franks Diner calls Kenosha home. Franks Diner is known as the oldest continuously operating lunch car diner in the U.S.
  3. The Dinosaur Discovery Museum in Kenosha, holds the largest set of meat-eating dinosaur skeletons in the U.S
  4. Mark Ruffalo, American actor, director, humanitarian, social activist, and film producer, was born in Kenosha.
  5. Christopher Latham Sholes, an American inventor who invented the first practical typewriter and the QWERTY keyboard still in use today, lived in Kenosha.

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