Becoming a subscriber of the Racine County Eye is a big deal.

It means you value local journalism, not the corporate-owned stuff that just wants to feed you crime and conflict. But the good stuff, like stories about your kids reaching a milestone, a business owner courageously opening their doors or that nonprofit that is lifting people up or who is running for election.

That's the journalism we're committed to producing every day. And I'll be honest, we could use your support in making that happen. So if you aren't a paying subscriber, please consider becoming one. We can't do this work without you.

Denise Lockwood
Proud owner of the Racine County Eye

PS... this year we'll have our 10th anniversary. And we would love to have 500 people subscribe for $20/month so that we can reach $10,000/month in subscriptions. Can you help us reach our goal?

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10 Racine County stories you may have missed this week

Racine County residents are busy as bees during the summertime. Despite being on the go, there’s no reason to miss out on the ever-changing news. Stay in the know by reading these 10 stories from this past week in Racine County. 1. Locals receive scholarships for college  John D. Hetland Memorial Scholarships have been awarded […]

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Racine Roundup features Racine Raiders, SapSap and Neuro Advantage Rehabilitation

The Racine Roundup aired on TMJ4 during the 4 p.m. news on Thursday, July 21. Featured stories included the Racine Raider’s game coverage against the Illinois Cowboys, honoring SapSap’s owner Alex Hanesakda, and a business spotlight on Neuro Advantage Rehabilitation – all stories on the Racine County Eye news website. Loren Lamoreaux, Racine County Eye […]

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