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Posted inBusiness, Business Spotlight, Local news

Business Spotlight: Reflections

Reflections, a new business in the Union Grove area, offers a full-service salon. While new to customers, owner Kara Bulgrin, isn’t new to the industry. With decades of experience as a hairstylist and strong family ties to barbering, the owner is thrilled to welcome back old faces and connect with new clients. Owner Kara Bulgrin […]

Posted inLocal news, Police and fire

Misdemeanor charges filed against Kansasville man for death threats

RACINE COUNTY — An argument, damage to a residence and a verbal threat to shoot and kill his neighbors led to a pair of misdemeanor charges filed Tuesday against a 23-year-old Kansasville man. Andrew B. Hamilton, 24930 Jackson St., is free from custody on a $1,000 signature bond. Each of the misdemeanor charges for disorderly […]

Posted inArts & Entertainment, Celebrations, Culture, Events, Food & Drinks, Things To Do

5 upcoming events happening this October

Are you looking for something to do this October? Perhaps the weather is colder, but it doesn’t mean that the fun is slowing down. Indoor and outdoor events are happening in Southeastern Wisconsin. Check out these five upcoming events as a way to spend your time in our local communities. 1. The Asia Project: Carthage […]

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