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Posted inArts & Entertainment

Check Out These Racine-Area Pizza Places

It’s Super Bowl Sunday! And we’ve got you covered with this business directory listing page, which features eastern Racine County pizza places. Eastern Racine County Pizza Places Bernie’s Pizza, 1238 Lathrop Ave. Buona Vita Pizzeria Restaurant, 3701 Durand Ave. Chubbies Pizzaria & Sandwich Shop, 619 High St. Chuck E. Cheese’s, 5612 Durand Ave. DeRangos Pizza […]

Posted inObituaries

Obituary: Margaret ‘Peg’ Lukow, Local Artist Loved Family, Cheesecake

Surrounded by her loving family, Margaret Morrison Lukow, age 82, passed away on Monday, July 25, 2016, at University Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin. Margaret—known to many as Peg or Maggie—was born in Evanston, Illinois, on September 26, 1933, to Harry and Louise (née: Knobel) Morrison. Maggie attended Purdue University, where she became a life loyal Alpha Chi […]

Posted inGovernment

Local Reps Slam Lack of Funding to Finish I-94 Expansion

After Governor Scott Walker revealed this week the elimination of funding for the next two years to continue work on the I-94 expansion project, local elected officials from both sides of the aisle released statements slamming the decision. The I-94 project is a multi-year, $1.7 billion expansion of the expressway between downtown Milwaukee and the Illinois […]