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Black Humanity Now street mural needs maintenance; City Attorney recommends denial

Two years after the Black Humanity Now street mural was painted, organizer Scott Terry is seeking approval, once again, from the City of Racine and its Public Works and Service Committee, as well as the Common Council to repaint the historical street mural. Today, on Aug. 10, the committee will discuss the matter. Tonight’s meeting […]

Posted inElections, Government, Local news

Most Racine City Alders Unopposed In 2022 Spring General Election

RACINE –  A lone Racine Common Council seat will be formally contested in the 2022 Spring General Election, scheduled for Tuesday, April 5. Spring General Election Ballot Seven alders, from even-numbered Council districts, are up for election to two-year terms. The alder for District 9 is on the ballot to fill the remaining one year […]

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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 […]