You were busy this week and so were we. Here are our top most read stories this week. One Person Dead In Train Vs. Pedestrian Racine Unified School District Report Cards Released Police: Woman Steals Read More
The sunshine warmed the day at Party On The Pavement, a downtown Racine street fair held Saturday, and thousands of people came out to enjoy the day.
A man, who died in a fatal train versus pedestrian crash Thursday night, had been listed as a missing endangered person in Racine, according to a press release by the Caledonia Police Department. Duane Heath, Read More
Witnesses reported hearing at least one shot being fired following a fight that happened in a park lot at 2210 Rapids Drive across the street from Horlick High School at 10:05 a.m. Friday, according to Read More
Over $11 million in property changed hands between Sept. 15 through Sept. 19 in Racine County. Here are the highlights: Storage buildings at 4950 Memco Lane sold for $470,000. An industrial building in Union Grove Read More
Caledonia Police and Southshore Fire departments are on scene at the railroad tracks by Don’s Meat Market near Kraut Road in Franksville, according to our media partners with Racine Uncovered. Officers are on scene doing Read More
UPDATE: Officials with the Caledonia Police Department have found the owner of the dogs and have cited the owner for having vicious dogs at large. “This was the second time the dogs attacked another Read More
With one in five children between the ages of five and 17-years-old having a diagnosable mental health disorder, that means an estimated 80 percent, or 7,000 children, are affected with a mental health disorder in Read More
Check out your child’s Racine Unified School District report card. Let us know what you think in the comments section.
[polldaddy poll=8327974] Dr. Lolli Haws, superintendent of the Racine Unified School District talks about the school district’s referendum request. Do you have enough information to make a decision? What questions would you want answered? Mount Read More
Continuing the tradition that baseball is indeed the center of the universe, former professional baseball player Lee Jaramillo has formed Forceout Baseball Club, a traveling baseball team. But Jararmillo’s other brothers — Frank and Jason Read More
The Caledonia village board got a first look at its proposed 2015 budget, which was essentially frozen at $13.3 million for 2015. Village administrator Mark Janiuk walked the village board through the numbers at its Read More
Residents interested in participating in a public hearing about the assessments for the Kremer subdivision will want to mark their calendars for 6 p.m. Oct. 13. The village will host a meeting about how they Read More
Caledonia village administrator Mark Janiuk announced that he plans to retired on April 30, 2015 after being with the village for two years. Citing health issues as the reason for the decision, Janiuk made the Read More