Racine County Executive, Jonathan Delagrave, recognizes the commitment that Racine Health Care Network volunteer, Dr. William J. Little Jr, has given to the Racine community. Dr. Little has served as a volunteer at the health center for 32 years and is planning to retire. However, that’s not all Dr. Little has accomplished throughout his career. […]
Paralyzed Veterans of America (Wisconsin Chapter) and Salmon Unlimited Wisconsin joined forces to allow disabled veterans to fish on Lake Michigan. Paralyzed Veterans of America strives to enhance and uplift the lives of veterans who have experienced spinal cord trauma or who suffer from a spinal cord disease, MS, or ALS. Salmon Unlimited Wisconsin hosts Salmon-a-Rama, […]
Paula Mae Winiarski has influenced the community. As Miss Racine, Miss Wisconsin, and currently working as an Intensive Care Unit nurse, she’s found a way to advocate for the people in Racine. Long before the COVID-19 pandemic, Winiarski set out to be in the healthcare field with the mission to help others. In various roles, […]
Summer is in full swing. Maybe you’ve exhausted going to the beach. It is possible that you’re tired of the activities you’ve been partaking in all summer long. The fun doesn’t have to stop, though. Stick around in Racine County and try out these things to do. Are you looking for something new, fun, and […]
WHEATON, IL (07/08/2021)– The following students in your coverage area received Dean’s List honors at Wheaton College:Jenna Jossart of Sturtevant (53177)Jacob Rhoads of Mount Pleasant (53403)Dean’s List honors are earned by undergraduate students who carry 12 or more credit hours and achieve a 3.5 grade point average or higher on the 4.0 scale.Wheaton College (Wheaton, […]
ROCHESTER, NY (07/09/2021)– Jacob Ruud of Franksville (53126) was named to the Dean’s List at Rochester Institute of Technology for the 2021 Spring Semester. Ruud is in the computing security program. Rochester Institute of Technology is home to leading creators, entrepreneurs, innovators and researchers. Founded in 1829, RIT enrolls about 18,600 students in more than 200 […]
We can all agree that corn tastes sweeter when it’s from a farm stand, right? Maybe it’s because it’s quick, easy, and convenient. However, picking up some veggies at a roadside stand can also be a great way to support local farmers. Farmer’s markets are another great way to shop locally and get homegrown produce. […]
The 4th Fest of Greater Racine hosted the 85th Annual 4th of July parade in Downtown Racine. Racine residents gathered to celebrate on July 5, 2021. Favorite floats and parade entries took the streets of Racine to celebrate Independence day. Among the entries were crowd favorites such as Miss Racine 2021, Sophia Karegeannes and newly […]
Board Game Night A free event is taking place at Twin Dragon Games. Come in and enjoy playing board games with a group of friends or join one of our existing groups. We also have board games for demo for all ages. Wednesday Night from 7 p.m. until 10 p.m.
https://www.instagram.com/p/CP8j9y0A4nN/ Summer is finally here. Between festivals, the lakes, shopping, dining, and the warm temperatures, Racine is a great place to spend time during the summer. Whether you’re passing through or looking for a place to staycation, there are three places in Racine County that you don’t want to miss out on visiting. 1. Snooze […]
Jennifer Schmidt, of Racine, is just one step away from becoming the new Miss America.“We have a saying,” said Schmidt. “You have a better chance of having a son play in the Super Bowl than you do having a daughter compete in the Miss America competition.” Schmidt beat those odds, along with 21 other competitors, […]
Christine and Dan are available to teach the pokemon trading card game! We have demo decks available if you are interested in trying out the game before buying into it! We also teach how to look up your cards and oversee trades done in-store by kids.
Racine’s 4th of July parade route Racine County knows how to party on the 4th of July. Whether you’re looking to attend a parade or catch a firework show, this county has you covered. COVID-19 put a damper on the festivities last year, but now the fun is back on for another year. You don’t […]
RACINE COUNTY- Purchasing goods from farmer’s markets is an opportunity to support local businesses, farmers, and creators. Vendors offer fresh produce, vegetables, fruits, jams, art, homemade goods, jewelry, and even soaps. Items found at farmer’s markets are often one of a kind. Spend time with family and friends this summer by visiting the different farmer’s […]
Job title: Beer Tender Company: Racine Brewing Company Address: 303 Main St., City: Racine Industry: Duties: Most importantly, provide amazing customer service to our guests! Serve RBC beer and soda, wash dishes, minimal food prep., keep taproom clean. What makes your job special? Racine Brewing Company is a community-centric small business in the heart of downtown Racine. Our […]