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Feb. 3, 2021

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Racine Man Held on Multiple Drug Charges; Bond Set at $50k

RACINE – A Racine man was held in the Racine County Jail on a $50,000 […]

City of Racine approves homeowner assistance programs

Some Racine homeowners, property investors, and people looking to buy a home may be able […]

Mahogany Gallery & Medical College of Wisconsin team up for #MaskUpRacine

Mahogany Gallery, a premier art gallery and event space, located at 1422 Washington Ave is […]

Several commercial properties sold January 18 through 22

Racine County had 62 properties transferred to new owners, according to the Racine County Register […]

Valentine’s Day Go To Guide

February 14 is a day that is meant to be full of love. However, it […]

Racine Founder’s Rotary Club Offers Dennis Barry Strive Scholarship to Local High School Grads

The Racine Founder’s Rotary Club is offering five $2,000 one-year college scholarships to students graduating […]

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5 Valentine’s Day Events in Southeastern Wisconsin

Ladies and gentlemen, look no further. In this roundup, you’ll find the most romantic and […]

Society’s Assets honors black history month

During the month of February, the nation honors the long history of Black Americans and […]

Yorkville School Names Henry Hansen Winner of Annual Spelling Bee

Your final word is franchise, spell franchise, f-r-a-n-c-h-i-s-e, “franchise”. This was the last few phrases […]

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, the Milwaukee Business Journal, Milwaukee Magazine and the Kenosha News.