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Razor Sharp Fitness, O&H Bakery Use ZERO Loan Program

Razor Sharp Fitness and O&H Danish Bakery are the latest recipients of the ZERO Loan Program. The program is a business lending initiative built to provide immediate financial relief to local businesses hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Racine County Economic Development Corp. (RCEDC) administers the program. Terri and Michael Bannon, owners of Racine’s Razor […]

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Week In Review: Firefighters Save The Day, Wheaton Employees Complain About Lunch, Break Pay

You were busy this week and didn’t have much time to keep up on the news, but we’ve got you covered. Here are our top 5 most read stories this week. Caledonia Firefighters Save The Day And A Deck Years Of Unpaid Lunches And Breaks At Heart Of Wheaton Complaints Homicide Victim From Sunday Night […]

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Sturtevant Leads County in New Construction Development

The Village of Sturtevant leads the county in new construction growth with the majority of development attributed to UNFI’s 450,000 square foot building at Highways H and 11. Village Administrator/Clerk Mary Cole told trustees Tuesday that the equalized value of Sturtevant rose by 6.55 percent, and the village’s successful tax incremental financing district – of […]