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5 Tiny Homes Placed, 10 More To Go

Homeless veterans in the Racine-area will soon have a place to call home. Five tiny homes were placed on the Veterans Outreach of Wisconsin property at 1624 Yout St. Ten more are on the way. The goal: to support 15 homeless veterans on their journey to wellness and stability. The Veterans Outreach of Wisconsin operates the James A. […]

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Veteran Village Receives Preliminary Nod

The James A. Peterson Veteran Village project received a unanimous approval from the Racine Plan Commission at a meeting held Wednesday night. Officials with the Veterans Outreach of Wisconsin plan to house the James A. Peterson Veteran Village, a community center and food pantry at 1624 Yout St. The group hopes to close on the […]