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March 2, 2021

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Teen Eludes Officers; Apprehended by Dog

YORKVILLE – An Illinois teen, who initially sped away from Racine County Sheriff’s deputies, was […]

Local nonprofit helps Racine’s undocumented families

Over150 million stimulus checks have been given to US citizens in the past year. In […]

Properties sold include Physicians Urgent Care, Camco Precision Machining

Racine County had 66 properties transferred to new owners, according to the Racine County Register […]

Rep. Greta Neubauer Joins Climate Accountability Group

MADISON – Rep. Greta Neubauer, D-Racine, has joined a new national network of public officials […]

Newest COVID-19 Vaccine Expected in State Next Week

MADISON – The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) expects to receive an initial allocation […]


Real estate

Eco-Friendly Upgrades That Increase the Value of Your Home

Whether you’re looking to sell your home or stay in it for a few more […]

What Does Home Insurance Cover—and Not Cover?

What does home insurance cover—and not cover? Your policy does have some limits, so brush […]

Community calendar

Racine Public Library

Common Council Meeting Agenda

The following is the agenda for the Common Council meeting occurring March 2 at 7 […]

Police and Fire Commission Meeting Agenda

The following is the agenda for the virtual Police and Fire Commission meeting on March […]


The Good Stuff

Business Spotlight: Social on Sixth

An event space is opening in the downtown Racine area called Social on Sixth. Located […]


Need resources?

As the number of people getting COVID-19 increases, we wanted to point out several resources available for people in need. Why? Because this isn’t going away and it’s going to get harder. So the more that we can get you the information you need, the better. Here’s what we have for you today.

Hang in there and please follow the health department’s recommendations: maintain social distancing, wear a face-covering in public, stay home when sick or quarantined, and practice good hygiene to reduce the rate of community transmission.


Denise Lockwood has an extensive background in traditional and non-traditional media. She has written for Patch.com, the Milwaukee Business Journal, Milwaukee Magazine and the Kenosha News.