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City of Racine-Offices closed and no garbage pick up on Tuesday

City Hall, 730 Washington Ave., and the Racine Public Library, 75 Seventh St., will be closed Tuesday, Sept. 2, the day after Labor Day, for a city employee furlough day. Other city buildings and offices will be closed on Tuesday as well, but the public counter at the Racine Police Department, 730 Center St., will […]

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Person injured, camel ok after traffic accident in Caledonia

A pickup truck, which was hauling a camel to a nearby zoo, crashed into a car on Highway G at Highway V on Wednesday, according to the Caledonia Police Department injuring one person. A Milwaukee woman was cited for failing to yield the right of way from a stop sign, causing injury. According to police […]

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Updated-Edward Diehl to run for City of Racine Mayor

Alderman for the 15th District Edward Diehl has announced that he will be running for Mayor of Racine against John Dickert. He announced his intent today at 5:00 on the front steps of City Hall in Racine. “I am not from Racine, not Wisconsin, not even the Midwest but my wife and I have adopted […]

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Women’s Resource Center to expand into Burlington

On the same day that the long range plan for A Safe Wisconsin was released, Women’s Resource Center announced today that it will embark on a 1.5 million dollar capital campaign. Executive Director Cherie Griffin, along with Racine County Executive James Ladwig, City of Racine Mayor John Dickert, and domestic violence survivor and national speaker […]

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Mount Pleasant, Sturtevant also interested leaving RUSD

The Racine County Eye is reporting now that a group of Caledonia residents has made it clear they are serious about pursuing an independent school district, leaders in both Mount Pleasant and Sturtevant say they’d like to maybe get in on that. David DeGroot and Rick McCluskey, both of whom are trustees in Mount Pleasant, […]

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