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See travel industry expert Brooks

Roger Brooks, one of the country’s leading travel industry authorities, will appear in Racine on Wednesday, Nov. 1 at the SC Johnson Golden Rondelle Theater, 1525 Howe St. Brooks will present “Authentic Destinations,” a look at how to make downtowns into outstanding destinations for local residents and visitors alike. Brooks surveyed more than 400 successful […]

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Highway 31 Construction Ending Soon

Area drivers rejoice: work on Highway 31 between Washington Avenue and Highway MM is slated to (mostly) end next month, but early delays could mean some work at Spring Street extending into the new year. The Journal Times is reporting that the contractual end of the Highway 31 project is Nov. 17, but utility work […]

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Racine County nonprofits

Racine County has a long history of helping those in need. And residents here often look for ways to help area nonprofits by attending fundraisers and volunteering. Here’s a list of area nonprofits that opted into this advertising page. For more information on how to get your nonprofit listed on this page, click here. We […]

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Mason: Time to Move on from Arena

Despite positive remarks from Interim Mayor Dennis Wiser that the arena project could be a bright spot in the city’s future, Mayor-elect Cory Mason says it’s time to move on to something else. Mason’s comment comes a day after Wiser spoke with a group of business leaders at the Ad-Hoc Mayor’s Advisory Group, which is […]

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Holiday Train Pulling Back Into Sturtevant

The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train will once again pull into Sturtevant to raise money and food donations for the Racine County Food Bank. The brightly lit, full-size locomotive will stop at the Sturtevant railroad station at 5:25 p.m. Dec. 2. Canadian Pacific made the announcement Thursday on its website. Area residents are encouraged to bring […]