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We Rock the Spectrum Kid’s Gym hosts grand opening on Oct. 1

RACINE — The Bennett Family is creating more opportunities for those with disabilities. Their new all-inclusive gym is called We Rock the Spectrum Kid’s Gym. The family invites Racine and Kenosha County residents to come and play with a purpose, starting with the grand opening on Oct. 1, 2022. We Rock the Spectrum Kid’s Gym […]

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Business Spotlight: Java Dreams

CALEDONIA — Melissa Rice, a full-time accountant by day, fueled her dream of owning a coffee shop that prides itself on delivering more than just a cup of coffee. She provides a place of connection and community. Racine County is now home to Java Dreams, a quaint-but-modern coffee shop, cafe, small bakery, and spot to […]

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Mobile markets bring fresh food to Wisconsin customers

WisconsinWatch.orgSeptember 20, 2022 For Shirley Johnson, getting groceries is not easy. Johnson, a 64-year-old retiree who lives alone in Milwaukee, does not own a vehicle and has to rely on others to get food. She often calls her daughter or other family members who live in the city, hoping to catch a ride to the […]

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10 haunted houses, hayrides, and walking tours in Southeastern Wisconsin

Are you looking to get into the Halloween spirit? Visiting a haunted house, taking a hayride through a haunted forest or even doing a walking tour can be the answer. Get spooked and find thrills across Southeastern Wisconsin this September and October. Check out these 10 spots for an eerie and whirlwind adventure in Southeastern […]

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Flood damages: 2 tips for recovering loss from Racine County Emergency Management

Many homeowners in Racine County are experiencing the effects of the consistent rainfall and flooding that happened on Sept. 11 and 12. Dealing with a flooded basement can be emotionally and physically draining. When disaster strikes, it’s difficult to gather resources and connect to those who can provide you assistance. Water damage is costly. These […]

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Party on the Pavement features local cuisine, music & shopping on Sept. 17

RACINE — Party along the shores of Lake Michigan in the heart of Downtown Racine on Sept. 17. Racine’s very own street festival, Party on the Pavement is happening from noon until 7 p.m. The festival will take place, once again, in downtown Racine on Main Street from State Street to 7th Street. Additionally, activities […]

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Business Spotlight: Tender Touch Therapy

Tender Touch Therapy, a pediatric therapy provider, will open a new clinic in Kenosha come the end of September. This company is dedicated to advocacy, creativity, well-being, and fostering a space that thrives on teamwork. Their Kenosha location is moving to the newly renovated and former United Auto Workers Local 72 building, 3615 Washington Road, […]

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Business Spotlight: Riverside Studio opens 2nd location

Riverside Studio, a Crystal Apothecary Shop and Wellness Center, is opening its second location in Historic Downtown Waterford at 318 West Main St. The former methodist-church-turned-antique-shop is transforming once again and will now be a place for a different kind of healing. The expansion brings the same model – and more – that the original […]

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Jockey, UW-Parkside announce partnership

KENOSHA – Jockey International Inc. and the University of Wisconsin-Parkside this week announced a multi-year partnership that includes collaboration on facilities, athletics, career services and community engagement. The strength and conditioning facilities for Parkside athletics and the campus community is now named the Jockey Sports Performance Center. The partnership announcement was made at the university’s […]

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Racine County: 10 stories you may have missed this week

RACINE COUNTY — The start of September kicked off this week and the news was flying off the press. Children are back in school. The fall season is upon us. Events are in full swing. You name it, it’s happening in Racine. Perhaps, you may have missed what’s happened this week. If you’re someone who […]

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Business Spotlight: The Sanctum Tabletop Gaming Emporium

The City of Racine’s newest local game shop is open. As of June 11, 2022, The Sanctum Tabletop Gaming Emporium officially began serving patrons. The locally-owned storefront provides a place for people to shop, learn and connect to Racine’s gaming community. It’s a complete hub for entertainment! The local game shop is owned and operated […]

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TMJ4 announces Unlocking Racine multimedia project addressing the housing crisis

Unlocking Racine is a multimedia project that will address the housing crisis in Racine County. This year-long project will launch starting in September. Through the work of storytelling, art projects, reporting, and photography, Racine County Eye hopes to unlock solutions to problems that face community members. We are proud to be partnering with TMJ4 News […]