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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
Wisconsin lawmakers express support for Foxconn plant

Reaction to the news Wednesday that Taiwanese manufacturer Foxconn plans to build its first U.S. plant in Wisconsin, a $10 billion investment that could lead to the creation of 13,000 jobs over 15 years: "This is a once-in-a-century opportunity for our state and our country, and Wisconsin is ready. We are calling this development 'Wisconn Valley,' because we believe this will have a transformational effect on Wisconsin, just as Silicon Valley transformed the San Francisco Bay Area."

Hawthorn Hollow receives Wisconsin Coastal Management grant

Nancy Carlson, manager of the WATERshed Program, works with Racine students by the Root River. A grant will help her establish educational programs about the Great Lakes for Kenosha Unified students.

Community Connection: Society's Assets makes independence possible

Carthage College junior Shannon Kafura received a scholarship from Society's Assets. She is pictured with, from left, Jackie and Tony Kafura and Society's Assets Chairman Frank Germinaro.

Governor tours flood damage Monday, July 24

Governor Scott Walker toured Cassville yesterday to meet with families who lost their homes. Wisconsin Emergency Management says over a dozen homes were either destroyed or damaged in the floods caused by storms Friday night.

Governor tours flood damage

Governor Scott Walker toured Cassville yesterday to meet with families who lost their homes. Wisconsin Emergency Management says over a dozen homes were either destroyed or damaged in the floods caused by storms Friday night.

Wisconsin museum elevates contemporary crafts

Lena Vigna, curator of exhibitions, explains the steps Adams took to create the crocheted, dyed cotton thread art piece, "Blue Birds of Happiness." Lena Vigna, curator of exhibitions, explains the steps Adams took to create the crocheted, dyed cotton thread art piece, "Blue Birds of Happiness."

Racine County to get water park, courtesy of SC Johnson

SC Johnson has committed $6.5 million to build an outdoor aquatic center at Pritchard Park in Racine. The park is at 2800 Ohio St., which is the northeast corner of Durand Avenue and Ohio Street .

Racine Concert band: July 23, 2017 performance

Baritone Greg Berg returns for his 19th guest artist appearance with the band. Music Director Mark Eichner leads the band, and Don Rosen is the master of ceremonies.

Wisconsin father charged in fatal shooting of 3-year-old son

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Excerpts from recent Wisconsin editorials

The borrow-and-spend state Senate is making a weak argument against the fiscally conservative Assembly in the ongoing state budget debate over transportation needs. Republicans who control the Senate say they won't raise any kind of tax or fee to cover the expense of higher spending they are demanding for roads.

Fifth annual Kenosha Pride parade, festivities diverse, growing

Marissa Bopp, left, and Briana Anders laugh as they hold a gay pride flag during the Kenosha Pride parade on Sunday. Breanna Young, 9, paints her hand before making a handprint on a banner during Kenosha Pride Fest festivities at Veterans Park on Sunday.

Serpe honored with lifetime arts award

Bernice Serpe, winner of the Anderson Arts Center's 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award, stands with her portrait during a reception Sunday. Bernice Serpe, winner of the Anderson Arts Center's 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award, stands with her portrait during a reception Sunday.

Slideshow: Paul Ryan Tours Burlington Facility

Burlington Graphics Systems marked the opening of its new 43,000-square-foot facility at its headquarters in Racine, Wis., with a ribbon cutting on July 6 that included Speaker of the House Paul Ryan. During the event, the Wisconsin congressman addressed tax concerns for manufacturers in Wisconsin while also touring the company's expansion.

Parts of Wisconsin, Illinois impacted by flooding

Flooding in the Midwest closed roadways and knocked out power to thousands, including a suburban Chicago hospital that was forced to close, but residents in the Wisconsin city of Burlington appeared upbeat even as portions of streets remained submerged by water Thursday. Four bridges over the swollen Fox River in Burlington remained closed because the waterway is 5 feet above flood stage and almost every business in the city was waiting for power to be restored.

Floodwaters near the Fox River

Homes near the Fox River are surrounded by water as the river continues to rise Thursday morning. The floodwaters were expected to crest during the day.

3-year-old fatally shot Thursday, July 13

A person of interest is in custody following the death of a 3-year-old boy in Racine. The Journal Times reports Jeremiah Pitts was shot and killed yesterday at a duplex 0n the 1800 block of Howe Street early Wednesday morning.

3-year-old fatally shot

A person of interest is in custody following the death of a 3-year-old boy in Racine. The Journal Times reports Jeremiah Pitts was shot and killed yesterday at a duplex 0n the 1800 block of Howe Street early Wednesday morning.

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