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Hometown Hero: Jeannie Belsky Cornell

RACINE, WI – After thinking she would never attend school again, Jeannie Belsky Cornell enrolled at Gateway Technical College. She traded her dishwashing gloves for medical exam gloves. For the past 40 years, she’s resided in a job that she loves. The bridge between the patient and the lab is Belsky Cornell. And phlebotomy isn’t […]

Posted inCORONAVIRUS, Government, Local news

Ascension Wisconsin Expands COVID-19 Testing in Racine

COVID-19 testing expands in Racine, as the Ascension Medical Group, will now be open 5 days a week. Starting on Monday July 13th at Ascension All Saints Hospital Wisconsin Avenue Campus, 1320 Wisconsin Ave, testing will take place. “Testing is essential to reducing the spread of of COVID-19,” says Vice President of Ascension Medical Group, […]

Posted inBreaking, Business, Celebrations, Local news

Union Grove 4th of July Parade

Not even COVID19 could keep the Union Grove community from celebrating the 4th of July. Community members, local businesses, and townspeople gather to celebrate one of the most patriotic holidays in America. The Greater Union Grove Area of Chamber Commerce and the American Legion cohosted the celebration. The theme of the parade this year was […]

Posted inCelebrations, Community

4th of July 2020

The 4th of July is this weekend and there are a lot of ways you can celebrate. This holiday is known for extravagant parades, family parties, and fireworks. Some events may be canceled due to COVID19, but still the community has come together to put on some fun activities, for you to enjoy. Check out […]

Posted inCelebrations, Community, Events, Government, Local news, Things To Do

4th of July fireworks and parades in Racine County

The 4th of July festivities will look different this year due to COVID19. The Racine County community gets creative this year with festivities. Check out what’s happening below. 1. 4th Fest of Greater Racine A famous tradition – the 4th Fest of Greater Racine – is one the largest parade in the midwest. Volunteers came […]

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Hometown Hero: Michael Pothen

Family medicine practitioner Michael Pothen goes beyond the wheelhouse of his own expertise to help a patient with her chronic illness. Jenna Zeihen, a Carthage College student, nominated Michael Pothen to be named the Racine County Eye Hero of the Week. Michael Pothen is a doctor at Aurora Health Care, 8400 Washington Ave in Mount […]

Posted inBusiness Spotlight

NV-ious Glow to Brighten Racine

Noel Veltri started the business, NV-ious Glow Custom Airbrush Tan, 3445 Southwood Dr, to provide individuals with a healthy, affordable, and lasting way to achieve the perfect tan. Veltri, a licensed esthetician, learned through her practice that everyone’s skin is different and that is why founding a custom airbrush tanning business is so important.  Those […]

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