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Posted inBreaking

Hospitality Center Names New Executive Director

[avatar user=”denise” size=”thumbnail” align=”left” link=”file” /] The Hospitality Center of Racine, which serves people who are homeless or near homeless, has a new executive director: Seth Raymond. Part of the St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, the Hospitality Center is a thriving ministry. It evolved from a casual day program with coffee and snacks to the largest […]

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Sign up for a premium Racine County Eye Business Page Do you own a local business? Would you like to generate more leads and have more visibility online? It’s not enough to simply have a business listing, you need to manage it! Your own unique page on Racine County Eye is a great extension to your […]

Posted inBreakingLocal newsPolice and fire

McDonald’s Failed To Immediately Report Sex Assault, Police Say

In a case involving a 63-year-old man accused of sexually assaulting a McDonald’s employee at a Racine restaurant, the two managers in charge on April 30 and May 1 did not immediately report the incident to the police department as the criminal complaint alleged. Adrian Fernandez, of Racine, was charged by the Racine County District Attorney‘s Office last week with second-degree sexual […]

Posted inGovernment

State of the County Address Stresses Success, Vision

Racine County Executive Jonathan Delagrave Tuesday night addressed county supervisors for his annual State of the County address. In his remarks, Delagrave highlighted continued economic growth along I-94, including large new industrial buildings in Mount Pleasant and Sturtevant and the pending development at Highway K and I-94 in Caledonia. Additionally, Delagrave pointed to successes in […]

Posted inBusinessGovernment

Local Reaction To Walker’s Kenosha Casino Decision

Racine-area elected officials from both sides of the aisle expressed their disappointment with Gov. Scott Walker decision to reject the Menominee Tribe’s proposed Kenosha casino. Saying the potential risk to state taxpayers is too great, Walker rejected the project, jsonline.com is reporting. “After a comprehensive review of the potential economic impact of the proposed Kenosha casino […]

Posted inElectionsGovernment

Garski Outlines Ideas About School District, Development, 10-Year Vision

**Editor’s Note: Both candidates for Mount Pleasant Village President – incumbent Mark Gleason and Jerry Garski – were sent a list of questions from Racine County Eye. We feature Garski’s answers here and if Gleason responds, we will run a separate story with his responses. Jerry Garski, 49 1234 West Road 20-year resident Education: Bachelors degree […]

About the Racine County Eye news website

Racine County Eye LLC is owned by veteran journalist Denise Lockwood. Starting the news website in 2013, she focused on producing journalism that serves the community. Why? She grew tired of only producing conflict-based journalism, a mainstay for TV, legacy newspapers, and radio. Lockwood has a Bachelor’s Degree in journalism and a Graduate Certificate in […]