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Human Foosball coming to West Racine July 14-15

Imagine yourself as the little wooden person attached to a giant pole. A foosball is coming at you and you cannot take your hands...
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Racine OKs church use at 1700 N. Main St.

The Racine City Council this week gave conditional approval this week for a church to be operated on the ground floor of a building...

Racine OKs Lake Avenue parcel deal with Johnson Bank

A vote by the Racine City Council Tuesday will bring another piece of developable land under control of the city. It will also remove...
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Racine Works training program to help build needed workforce

Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development Secretary Ray Allen came to Racine Monday to announce Racine Works, a new workforce training program to help prepare...
Executive Director

Hot Job: Executive Director for Fight to End Exploitation

Position Announcement: Executive Director Fight to End Exploitation, Inc. (FEE) is a regional non-profit organization based in Racine, Wisconsin seeks a dynamic, creative, and energetic leader...
Racine Downtown development

How Racine is viewed is subject of Friday public presentation

Understanding how visitors view Racine is the focus of a Friday morning meeting sponsored by Real Racine. The 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. presentation...
Beat Council

The Journey: Meet the members of the Beat Council

By Rune Will Editor's note: Runeld “Rune Will” Williams, one of several members of a music collective called The Beat Council, will be guest blogging...

Main Street Bakery adds sweet taste to Downtown Racine

When her eventual partners suggested Maria Farnsworth open her own place, Main Street Bakery, she said no. Flatly. It wasn’t in her future plans. Then...

Wisconn Valley neighbors pull up stakes

Yards overgrown with wheat -- seeded by the adjacent farm fields --surround several abandoned homes around what will become the Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Park. The...
Douglas Avenue

Racine’s summer of detours, delays and street closings continues

For the people of Racine who insist on driving their cars, the summer of 2018 continues to be an exercise in frustration. A major refresh...
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Jobs from Workforce Solutions

Here are several featured jobs from Workforce Solutions: Lawn Care Professionals, Lawn Pros Lawn, and  Landscape, Union Grove – FT; driver’s license; exp. a plus. To...
Highway 20

Highway 20 road resurfacing project to begin mid-June

The Highway 20 road resurfacing project will begin in mid-June from West Boulevard to Marquette Street. The project also includes installing new curb ramps, according...
Interstate 94

Historic USDOT grant supercharges Interstate 94 project

The state announced Wednesday that Wisconsin will receive $227.4 million in new federal funding for state roads and bridges in fiscal year 2018. Gov....
Foxconn bill signed

Opinion: Blighted label sets stage for Foxconn site to be swept clean

Another section of track was laid this week for the express train that is the $10 billion construction project for Foxconn Technology Group. The Village...
Race Across America Andy Christensen

Going the distance: Racine County man to tackle Race Across America

Local ultra cyclist Andy Christensen will begin the biggest journey of his life starting June 12 as he travels 3,000 miles across the United...

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Property Transfers: Kwik Trip, Manor Hall, and more Foxconn properties sell

Almost $16 million in property transfers happened between June 4 through June 8, and $17 million changed hands between June 11 and June 14,...

Getting around Washington Avenue, Douglas Avenue rehabs in Racine

For drivers in Racine trying to get from Point A to Point B, 2018 is proving to be challenging. Bordering at times on impossible. A...
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Human Foosball coming to West Racine July 14-15

Imagine yourself as the little wooden person attached to a giant pole. A foosball is coming at you and you cannot take your hands...
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Aggravated battery charge filed against inmate for beating elderly prisoner

A 50-year-old Racine man faces three felony charges, including aggravated battery of an elderly person, after a fight June 16 in the Racine County...

Secret shopper finds Racine’s gems as well as warts

The good news for people in the hospitality or retail business, or any business reliant on face-to-face dealings, there are about 230,000 people living...