City of Racine officials are asking residents to help them spend over the next five years $11 million in community development funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Specifically, city residents are being asked to fill out a survey – either online or hard copy – by the middle of July that will […]
Loved all of these photos from the Color Run today! What a beautiful day it was and the event was a blast. Don’t forget to check out our Storify album too!
The Central Racine County Health Department and City of Racine Health Department will hold a free household medication collection drop off from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 19 at 6299 21st St. Residents can drop off outdated or unused medication, including prescription medication, free of charge. The collection date is being offered to prevent […]
**Updated 8 p.m. Feb. 26 City employees who work in City Hall might have gotten an unexpected day off Wednesday after asbestos was discovered on the third floor of the building Tuesday, But, after the area was cleaned late Tuesday night and tests early Wednesday indicated all was clear, employees were allowed back to work. […]
A man was charged with first-degree recklessly endangering safety and manufacturing/delivering heroin by the Racine County District Attorney’s Office on Wednesday. Scott Boll, 35, of Caledonia, was charged after another Caledonia man overdosed from the heroin, which Boll allegedly delivered to Jeff Exner, 34, of Caledonia, and Shawn Pulda, 28, of Caledonia, according to a […]
Some $3.5 million in city road projects are scheduled for 2014, including a half-mile stretch of Ohio Street and a good chunk of Taylor Avenue. While the Ohio Street project – with a price tag of about $1.6 million – is the most expensive and extends south from Washington Avenue to 16th Street, the city […]