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Racine City Council opposes elimination of personal property tax by the State

Racine, Wis. – On Wednesday, April 8, The Racine City Council will introduce a resolution opposing legislation which seeks to eliminate the personal property tax. The attached draft resolution lays out in detail how this tax exemption will affect the city and its residents in a negative way.   League of Wisconsin Municipalities Model Resolution […]

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Rupert Blvd. fire started from running power equipment

On April 1, 2015 at 11:57 a.m. the Racine Fire Department and Racine Police Department responded to calls for a garage fire at 2306 Rupert Blvd. The garage fire was the result of running power equipment left unattended. The fire spread igniting a neighbor’s garage and fence. Firefighters quickly extinguished the fire and checked for […]

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10 year old suffers life threatening injuries in ATV accident

On Monday, March 30, 2015 at 4:18 pm the Racine County Sheriff’s Office and the Kansasville Fire and Rescue Department were dispatched to the 300 block of S. Beaumont Avenue in the Town of Dover, Racine County for a single ATV accident. It was found that the 10 year old ATV operator, who was wearing […]

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Thank you Racine Uncovered readers-2015 will be a record year!

What started off almost 8 years ago as a tiny wordpress blog to show how hard law enforcement works in the county, to have residents pay attention to what was going on around them has turned into one of the largest viewed locally owned news sites in Racine County and through out SE Wisconsin. We […]

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Pick N’ Save “Sack Hunger” food drive now through April 4th

Pick N’ Save located at 2820 South Green Bay Road is helping “Sack Hunger” with the food drive they are doing this week from March 29th until April 4th. They will be selling five and ten dollar bags that go to the Racine County Food Bank. Their goal at this location is to sell approximately 800 […]

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