Posted inDevelopment, Local news

Mount Pleasant Board OKs next clinic plans from Advocate Aurora Health

The Mount Pleasant Village Board Monday voted in favor of a proposal from Advocate Aurora Health to build a 22,500-square-foot primary care and urgent care clinic at Spring Street and Sunnyslope Drive in Mount Pleasant. Construction is likely to begin this spring, announced a release from the healthcare provider. “This clinic supports our overall plan […]

Posted inGovernment

EPA cleanup grant request could move redevelopment projects into higher gear

Tuesday evening, the Racine City Council could take a significant step in the redevelopment of two key properties in the downtown area. On the Council agenda is a request to apply for Brownfield Cleanup Grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection agency for Water Street redevelopment properties (700, 900, and 1010 Water Street—the Machinery Row sites) […]

Posted inArts & Entertainment, Culture

92.1 VTY Country adds Mitch Morgan to its morning line-up

Mitch Morgan Magnum.Media has announced that beginning today, Milwaukee market country radio personality, Mitch Morgan, will be heard on 92.1 VTY Country weekday mornings 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. VTY Country is a “music intensive” country music station licensed to the Racine-Milwaukee area. It broadcasts reach the region from a 500-foot tower near the Franksville […]

Posted inPolice and fire

Trial starts for Racine Police officer in 2015 incident with Park High School student

Accusations that a Racine Police officer used excessive force against at Park High School student in a 2015 incident led to charges against the officer. Now, 38-year-old Brinelle Nabors is in the first days of a trial where he is facing charges of felony misconduct in public office and misdemeanors for battery and disorderly conduct, […]

Posted inBusiness, Local news

City of Racine’s Micro-Enterprise Loan deadline set for Feb. 15

Applications and supporting documents for loans from the City of Racine’s Micro-Enterprise Revolving Loan fund are due by Feb. 15. The Micro Fund is an economic development activity funded through the City of Racine’s Community Development Block Grant annual allocation from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The Racine Micro-Enterprise Revolving Loan is […]

Posted inConstruction

Racine County, municipalities see first of 2019 WisDOT dollars for multiple highway needs

Racine County and its many villages, towns and two cities have received the first of their quarterly payments from the state for various highway projects and enforcement. Newly sworn-in Gov. Tony Evers announced Thursday that local governments received quarterly payments this week totaling $118,205,118 for General Transportation Aids, Connecting Highway Aids and Expressway Policing Aids. […]