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About: racine, wisconsin

Racine is French for "root," fitting because the settlement that is now Racine grew out of the area where the Root River empties into Lake Michigan. Located in the Chicago-Milwaukee corrider, Racine claims to be the largest settlement of Danes outside of Greenland and the city is known for its Danish pastries. Several local bakeries have been featured on the Food Networks. The city is also known for its large prom celebration, during which students from all of the city's high schools participate in one large after prom party.

Population: 82196
Local Newspapers: The Journal Times Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
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Local Colleges: University of Wisconsin-Parkside

Zip Codes associated with racine, wisconsin: 53402 53403 53404 53405 53406
Towns/Cities near racine, wisconsin : North Bay Wind Point Elmwood Park Mt Pleasant Kenosha Union Grove

Racine News
Elementary school principal arrested, accused of bringing knife to school for protection

Police said Jefferson Lighthouse Elementary School Principal Heidi Williams, 49, admitted taking a folding knife with a 3-inch blade to the school for protection. According to the police report, a school custodian told the district the principal asked him to walk her to her car because in the past a group of neighborhood kids had blocked her from leaving.

Principal brings knife to school for protection

A Racine elementary school principal could be facing misdemeanor charges for allegedly bringing a knife to school. Jefferson Lighthouse Elementary School principal 49-year-old Heidi Williams told police she had the knife for protection.

Work to continue on Lincoln lagoon dredging

Excavation equipment sits still Oct. 3 at the Lincoln Park lagoon after work was halted due to lack of money. The project will resume next week, after the Kenosha City Council on Monday allocated more funds for the project.

Frank Lloyd Wright in Japan: Exploring the famed architect's work...

As one stands in the lobby of Tokyo's Imperial Hotel, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, light streams in through the windows. The hotel was completed in 1923-and demolished entirely in 1968, but where we stand is not a time machine.

Racine Concert Band playing at Racine Park High School

John Schoettler, seen playing trombone as a member of the Kenosha Pops Concert Band, directs the bands at Racine's Park High School. John Schoettler, seen playing trombone as a member of the Kenosha Pops Concert Band, directs the bands at Racine's Park High School.

'Let's Go to the Movies' concert at Racine Theatre Guild

The Racine Theatre Guild is hosting a three-part concert series, starting Sunday with "Let's Go to the Movies." The 2 p.m. concert will feature popular movie songs, from standards to contemporary hits.

Interstate to be widened near Foxconn site

RACINE, WI Interstate 94 will be widened to eight lanes in Racine County starting in 2019. The long-delayed project is being put back on the front burner by the Foxconn manufacturing plant which will be built in Mount Pleasant in Racine County.

SC Johnson Supports Veterans Village Fire Restoration

RACINE, Wis: SC Johnson announced the donation of $5,000 to support the restoration of the gardening program at the James A. Peterson Veterans Village, located at 1624 Yout Street in Racine. The company's donation provides support to meet and exceed an unmet GoFundMe fundraiser goal of $1,000.

Newly-formed group to promote Italian-American heritage at Columbus Day event

An event to promote contributions of local Italian-Americans and kick off future cultural activities from cooking to language classes will be held Thursday with presentations at the site of the city's Christopher Columbus statue near the lakefront. The event begins at 5:15 p.m. at Piazza Cosenza on Ring Road, between 54th Street and 56th Street, and will feature presentations by Kenosha native Vince Ruffolo, president of Super Industrial Coating, a Racine-based metal finisher, and state Rep. Peter Barca, D-Kenosha.

Who pays the toll for potential Highway KR upkeep and expansion due to Foxconn?

Crews begin surveying the parcel of land designated for a planned Foxconn plant along highway KR in Racine County on Wednesday afternoon. The pink markers say "wetland delineation."

St. John's presentation to dispel myths about immigrants

St. John's Lutheran Church in Kenosha will be holding a presentation in order to educate community members on facts about, and dispel myths surrounding, immigrants Monday, Oct. 9. The presentation will start at 6:30 p.m. at the church, 3833 8th Ave., with a PowerPoint presentation that will address topics including DACA and "Dreamers", what immigrants contribute to the U.S. and Wisconsin economies, myths about immigrants, hardships immigrants face and what members of the local community can do to help. According to Karen Kempinen, Evangelism chair for St. John's Lutheran Church, the church decided to hold the presentation, which was developed by the Racine Interfaith Coalition, after being contacted by RIC member Maria Morales.

Mixed emotions in Wisconsin town Foxconn picked for plant

Police say 143 people were arrested following a protest that blocked traffic for several minutes on a busy highway near downtown St. Louis. Police say 143 people were arrested following a protest that blocked traffic for several minutes on a busy highway near downtown St. Louis.

Foxconn to locate plant in Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin

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Work halts on Lincoln Park Lagoon

Sediment, sludge and silt at the Lincoln Park lagoon has exceeded budgeted expectations, resulting in a temporary halt in the dredging project. In May, the City Council unanimously approved a nearly $420,000 contract with Caledonia-based Ray Hintz Inc. for the job, and earlier this month, the first truckloads of old sediment and sludge dredged from the lagoon, located inside the park at 6900 18th Ave., were trucked up to a landfill in Racine.

Test scores bring good news, bad news for Unified

First, the good news for the Kenosha Unified School District: Among the five largest school districts in Wisconsin, pupils in grades 3-8 outpaced their peers on average on the 2016-17 statewide Wisconsin Forward Exam. More specifically, that applies to pupils achieving "advanced" and "proficient" scores on the English/language arts portions of the exam.

Peninsula Players Appoints New Board Member

Peninsula Players Theatre , America's oldest professional resident summer theater, is thrilled to announce the appointment of Michael O. Flegel to its Board of Directors. Flegel's election to the Board of Directors is for a three-year term starting at the October meeting.

U.S. Supreme Court Set to Hear Arguments in Wisconsin Redistricting Case

On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme is expected to take up a Wisconsin case that could have national implications. Justices will hear arguments on the controversial political maps that Republican lawmakers drafted in 2011, after the most recent census.

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