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City of Racine to hold community meeting regarding flooding

Mayor Dickert, along with Keith Haas, director of the Water Utility department and Mark Yehlen, director of the Department of Public Works will meet with Racine residents to discuss the flooding which occurred this past summer around Kinzie Ave. and Roosevelt Road, as well as near Island Park. The city officials will be there to […]

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Racine County Public Health Preparedness Efforts for Ebola

RACINE, WI – Racine County health officials are joining their counterparts around the nation in making sure the network of local healthcare is keeping a sharp eye on the 2014 Ebola outbreak. Local health departments are working to assure that we and our partners are in communication to address Ebola. We are providing guidance and […]

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November 1st-1st Annual Racine Policeman’s Ball

Only a few days left to get your tickets for the the “1st annual Policeman’s Ball.” November 1st- 5:30-. Remember, this is a community event and all are welcome to attend. Please consider coming to this event. Please go to the event page “1st annual Racine Policeman’s Ball” on facebook and like it. You can […]

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Oct 18th-Household Hazardous Waste & Medicine Collection Day

Below are the dates for this year’s collections, which are held at 6200 – 21st Street from 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM: October 18, 2014 *Also Medicine Drop Off Day   The links below take you to the City’s webpage where you can find Household Hazardous Waste¬†flyers with more information.   Racine Household Hazardous Waste […]

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Laundry Love Delivers Dignity, One Load at a Time

The Racine County Eye is reporting that Laundry Love is officially underway in Racine. The simple program that provides free clothes washing services for underserved residents kicked off in a big way Tuesday at Velvet Touch Laundromat on Lathrop Avenue. Patty Pavia and her son, Mario Pavia, are both on disability, and Patty said after […]

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