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Fire at abandoned building set intentionally, officials say

RACINE, WI – No one was injured while fighting an intentionally set fire at 6 p.m. Friday at an abandoned building located at1801 Mead Street. Twenty-one firefighters battled the blaze. Arriving minutes after the call […]

Kenosha, Zion men arrested on drug, weapons charges

RACINE – A traffic stop resulted in the arrest of two Kenosha men and one […]

Kenosha man facing burglary in Racine; slew of charges in Kenosha Co.

A Kenosha man appeared in court Thursday on a felony charge for allegedly robbing a […]

24 states in coronavirus ‘red zone,’ White House says

by Liz Essley Whyte, Center for Public Integrity October 8, 2020, Twenty-four states are in […]

COVID-19 cases reach record levels in smaller Racine County communities

RACINE COUNTY – County officials Thursday urged residents to follow recommendations for preventing COVID-19 virus […]

Need Help Now? Looking for local resources during COVID-19?

In non-COVID times, it can be difficult for community members to find local health and […]


Elections

City of Racine Announces Early Voting Hours, Locations, and Drop Box Locations

City of Racine – Yesterday, Tara Coolidge, the City Clerk for the City of Racine, […]

General Election 2020: Here’s who will be on the ballot

Looking to find out who will be on your ballot for the Nov. 3, 2020 […]

5 things you need to know now about mail-in voting in Wisconsin


Employment

Best Practices For Engaging With Job Seekers

For the last few months, headlines have included stories about how many people are out […]


Real estate

REAL ESTATE: Pick’n Save under new ownership

Just over $50 million in property transfers occurred between September 28 and October 2, according […]

Racine properties sold between September 21 and 25, 2020

Just over $24 million Racine properties changed hands between September 21 and September 25, according […]

Crafting a Restful Sanctuary: Tips for Lighting Your Bedroom

Our lives can be hectic and stressful, so when the time finally comes to kick […]


Community

Business Spotlight: Brossman’s Meats

Serving Racine for over the past 40 years, Brossman’s Meat Market has some of the […]

Black educator Bernice Bass impacts Racine

A former Racine resident recalls her childhood teacher in the Historical Racine Forever Facebook group. […]

Hometown Hero: Suzanne Maki

A University of Wisconsin Parkside alumni, Suzanne Maki, graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Theatre […]

Upcoming Programs at the Racine Public Library

Written by Max Witynski for Wisconsin Watch Fraud is NOT likely to be a major […]

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.