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April 1, 2021

Hometown Hero: Police Chief Art Howell

Art Howell began his career with the Racine Police Department and is ending it as […]

Maurice Robinson named City of Racine Police Chief

RACINE – Maurice Robinson plans to start as the City of Racine’s new Police Chief […]

Taejavu’s on Main owner receives $4,000 following robbery

Photos by Rob Knight About 40 merchants, residents, and a guy named Stan Anderson gathered […]

Business Spotlight: Kabab and Grill

From their family’s cookbook to the streets of Racine, Kabab and Grill is bringing diversity […]



Spring Election 2021: Candidate profiles

The spring election will be held on April 6, 2021. Here’s who is running for […]

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Major League Baseball is back with a 162-game schedule and actual humans in the stands

By Ray Sanchez, CNN — After an abbreviated 2020 season that is now a blur, […]

Letter to the Editor: Avoid Building Fossil Fuel Infrastructure

By Sr. Rose Marie Dischler As a resident of Racine who lives just two miles […]

A Message from Wisconsin’s State Health Officer

Hello fellow Wisconsinites. This is Julie Willems Van Dijk, Wisconsin’s Interim State Health Officer and […]

SC Johnson Professional Announces Winners in Happy Hands Contest

SC Johnson Professional has announced the winners of this year’s Happy Hands dispenser design contest, […]

The Community Buzz: What’s Up With Local Nonprofits

For a full look at what local nonprofits are up to, check out our nonprofit […]


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The Good Stuff

10 Easter Brunches in Racine and Kenosha County

Easter is quickly approaching. Are you still deciding where to grab Easter brunch, or are […]


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.