Posted inOpinion

OP-ED: Making Real Change To Improve Racine’s Maternal Healthcare Situation

While Wisconsin is a great place for healthcare, it still finds itself in a relatively poor situation when it comes to maternal healthcare. Racine remains one of the cities with high rates of infant mortality that contribute to a statewide problem, according to a story by the Journal Sentinel. These high rates point to wider issues with […]

Posted inLocal news, Police and fire

Making the Roads of Racine County Safe for Commercial Vehicles

Although the Racine County roads were quieter last year, there were still close to 6,000 crashes involving large trucks in Wisconsin, with a quarter of these collisions resulting in injury or death. Truck drivers can take steps to avoid common causes of accidents such as speeding or distracted driving, However, they also rely on local organizations and […]

Posted inGovernment, Kenosha Government, Kenosha Lens, Local news

We Energies Gas Line Construction Underway In Paris And Brighton Towns

The construction of the 46-mile gas line segment in Kenosha County will cost about $186 million, according to a recent report. The We Energies Lakeshore Lateral gas pipeline project is ongoing, with crews active in Brighton and Paris Towns. The project involves installing new natural gas transmission pipelines from Bluff Creek gate station in Whitewater town […]

Posted inBreaking, Local news, Non-Profits

Local nonprofit helps Racine’s undocumented families

Over150 million stimulus checks have been given to US citizens in the past year. In contrast, in just the past few months alone, over 30 million Americans have applied for unemployment benefits, including hundreds of thousands of people in Wisconsin. Undocumented immigrants, however, don’t have access to this much-needed help. The Racine Immigrant Support Initiative, […]

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