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Posted inCommunityGovernment

Grant for Temporary Overnight Shelter Approved

Racine County supervisors Thursday night unanimously approved a $40,000 grant for a temporary overnight homeless shelter. Pastor Holly Anderle confirmed the vote for Racine County Eye Friday morning. Anderle is one of the clergy leaders of Segue Racine, a grassroots group focused on establishing a long-term, low-barrier overnight shelter. Segue Racine announced in April that a […]

Posted inCommunityLetter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: Segue Racine Explains Their Shelter Solution

**Editor’s note: This letter to the editor was submitted by Pastor Holly Anderle in advance of Segue Racine’s presentation at the Neighborhood Watch meeting at 10 a.m. this morning Saturday at Prospect Heights Community Living Center, 2015 Prospect Street. Dear Racine Community, We understand that many in the community have questions and concerns, so we’d like to […]

Posted inBreaking

Our Top Most Read Stories From Last Week

You were busy, we were busy. So let’s get you caught up on the news from this week. Here are the top most read stories from the week. And if you have a news tip, call us at (262) 504-9570. http://racinecountyeye.com/newsdesk/woman-struggles-to-keep-home-after-husband-dies/ http://racinecountyeye.com/newsdesk/editorial-segue-racine-heart-building-right-place/ http://racinecountyeye.com/newsdesk/police-racine-men-used-heroin-in-illinois-before-driving-home/ http://racinecountyeye.com/newsdesk/woman-charged-stealing-boots-exs-new-girlfriend/ http://racinecountyeye.com/newsdesk/man-charged-stealing-500-blank-cds-dvrs/