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Posted inCommunityEvents

Fly Away and Rock Out

This Racine County August weekend you can fly high, rock out and just enjoy family fun. Real Racine has you covered. Fly or drive. A free transportation celebration is planned for 8 to 11 a.m. Sunday at the annual Burlington Airport Fly-In/Drive-In, 703 Airport Drive. Nearly 100 aircraft and as many classic cars that can […]

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Story and song this weekend

Tales in song and story, one of the summer’s biggest car shows, a festival and another chance to run are all coming your way in Racine County this weekend. Real Racine has some great suggestions. Many musical stories. The art of storytelling through music is celebrated at the 3rd Annual Tall Tales Music Festival in […]

Posted inBusinessGovernment

CDA Eyes Business Association, Looks To Improve Caledonia’s Image

Caledonia may be looking to form its own business association to improve various areas within the Village, including improving the highway 31 and 32 entrance into the Village. The Community Development Authority, which is charged with carrying out redevelopment projects and development programs within the village, will meet at 6 p.m. Monday, July 27. Here’s […]

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Sunday Triathlon Traffic Delays Expected

Motorists should prepare for temporary traffic delays this Sunday (July 19) because of the Ironman 70.3 Racine triathlon. The event will bring more than 2,300 triathletes from around the world to compete in swimming, bicycling and running. Racine’s North Beach serves as the transition point among the activities. The first wave of competitors starts a […]

Posted inCommunityGovernment

Hwy V meets with Government

Highway V property owners had an opportunity to ask questions of Mount Pleasant, Caledonia and the Racine Water Utility at this June 15, 2015 Mount Pleasant Board work meeting.  No decisions were made by the Mount Pleasant Board. Present were engineering and staff from Mount Pleasant.  Representing Caledonia was the ex-administrator because the President and […]

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Caledonia Auditors Recommend Water Rate Increase

Caledonia residents used a lot less water in 2014, less property owners paid public fire protection charges, and a brutally cold winter meant a 160 percent increase in water main breaks, according to Ehlers Inc., the village’s auditor. And that perfect storm created a $500,000 loss in 2014 for the Caledonia Utility District. Dave Wagner, senior municipal advisor for Ehlers, […]

Posted inPolice and Fire

Boy Assaulted By Classmates With Metal Pipe

Two boys were arrested after they assaulted a classmate with a metal pipe at 6:58 a.m. Thursday, May 21 just outside Case High School, 7345 Washington Avenue, according to a press release by the Mount Pleasant Police Department. One 17-year-old boy was from Caledonia. The other two 17-year-old boys were from Racine. The two suspects […]

Posted inSchools

Area Republican Legislators Push For Racine Unified Board Changes

Area Republican Legislators want changes made in the election process for the Racine Unified School District Board. On the heels of Caledonia and Sturtevant residents wanting their own school districts, Sen. Van Wanggaard (R-Racine) and Rep. Tom Weatherston (R-Caledonia) crafted a provision in the state budget that would mandate that unified school district boards no longer be elected at-large positions. […]

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Smell the Flowers This Weekend

The May flowers are in bloom this weekend. You can see them plus take in a new play, a poetry reading, a beer festival and more. Real Racine has you covered. Enjoy May flowers. See the wildflowers in bloom at a free spring flower and nature walk hosted by the Caledonia Conservancy. Meet at 9 […]