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Posted inConstructionDevelopmentLocal news

Weekend I-94 Closures: List For Jan. 31 To Feb. 2

OAK CREEK, WI — People who are expecting to travel on I-94 in southern Milwaukee County and northern Racine County will see a number of closures due to continuing construction on the freeway. According to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, here are the closures scheduled for this weekend. Friday, Jan. 31 Overnight full closure of […]

Posted inLocal newsSchools

Gateway To Hold Informational Workshops About Promise, Promise 2 Finish Programs

Gateway Technical College will hold workshops to guide interested students through the Promise or Promise 2 Finish application process at workshops held in February and March on all three of its campuses – Racine, Kenosha, and Elkhorn. These programs are an effort to fill the gap between financial aid and the cost of tuition and […]

Posted inLocal newsWeather

Winter Storm Caused $30 Million In Damage In 3 Counties

RACINE COUNTY, WI — After a round of recent storms levied major damage along Lake Michigan’s shoreline in Racine, Milwaukee and Kenosha Counties, Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers moved to request a damage assessment from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. The process is the first step in determining whether the state will request a federal disaster […]

Posted inBusinessLocal news

Mount Pleasant And Racine Business Owners Competing For Small Business Awards

Vivek Vasuveda, founder and CEO of iDental in Mount Pleasant, is among the nominees for the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Wisconsin 2020 “Small Business Person of the Year.” O & H Danish Bakery in Racine is also nominated statewide for the “Jeffrey Butland Family-Owned Small Business Award.” The winners will be announced in March […]