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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.
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
Programs teach students about Wisconsin's role in Civil War
In this photo from 2001, Nancy Matthews leads an orientation for a group of third-grade students from Wilson Elementary at the Kenosha Public Museum. In this photo from 2010, Park High School sophomore Sheri Gordon listens to the story of one of the train riders at the Civil War Museum during a class visit.Miss Wisconsin 2018 Day 2 preliminaries
Miss Green Bay Area won swimsuit competition; Miss Kenosha won talent in Day 2 preliminary competition of the 2018 Miss Wisconsin Scholarship Pageant. Miss Wisconsin 2018: Green Bay Area wins swimsuit; Kenosha wins talent in Day 2 prelims Miss Green Bay Area won swimsuit competition; Miss Kenosha won talent in Day 2 preliminary competition of the 2018 Miss Wisconsin Scholarship Pageant.Keyed Up Kenosha -- Music and Lyrics
Bitzy Coats cements mirror shards to her "Music and Lyrics" piano at the Kenosha News on April 9. The "Keyed Up" piano, seen above left, is now in Union Park. Bitzy Coats cements mirror shards to her "Music and Lyrics" piano at the Kenosha News on April 9. The "Keyed Up" piano, seen above left, is now in Union Park.Kenosha man charged after reportedly striking bicyclist
A Kenosha man is facing charges after he reportedly hit a bicyclist while driving and was allegedly found to have alcohol and cocaine in his system at the time. Frederick D. Hill, 48, of the 4900 block of 42nd Avenue, is charged with felony counts of knowingly operating a motor vehicle while revoked and use of a vehicle with a controlled substance in the blood, causing great bodily harm.Juneteenth celebration on hiatus until 2019
The Professional Fire Fighters of Wisconsin have named state Sen. Van Wanggaard, R-Racine, as the "2018 PFFW Legislator of the Year." "I am deeply honored to receive this award.Master Gardener Volunteer Level 1 Training to be offered
Master Gardener Volunteer Level 1 Training for Racine and Kenosha County will be offered on Thursdays at 1 to 4 pm from Aug. 16 through Nov. 1. The locations will alternate each week between the Kenosha County Center in Bristol and the Ives Grove Office Complex in Sturtevant. The training will be taught using flipped instruction, meaning participants will view online videos and read chapters from the training manual prior to each session.The Foxconn Water War
Ready or not, the Foxconn debacle is about to begin in earnest. It's estimated that up to 1,000 gravel-laden dump trucks are now poised to rumble through once-fertile farmland in Racine County, to make way for the massive Foxconn manufacturing experiment.How a Young Greek Man Fled Political Unrest to Bring Authentic Greek Food to Mesquite
Atheneos Greek Village Cafe in Mesquite may look to some to be an unimposing storefront tucked away in a shopping center next to a strip of chain restaurants, but this strip mall restaurant comes with a harrowing back-story. "As a young kid, you want to travel," owner Emmanuel Mastrogiannopoulos says.Is Janesville venerable or 'vulnerable?'
A new report by a national think tank identifies Janesville as a "vulnerable" industrial city based on its track record of economic growth spanning the last few decades. According to a new report by Washington, D.C., analyst Brookings Institute, Janesville lags in growth and prosperity behind Milwaukee and Racine-two other Wisconsin communities the report identifies as "older industrial cities."Society's Assets golf outing is June 18
Society's Assets will be holding its 25th annual golf outing at the Kenosha Country Club on Monday, June 18. The event includes green fees, cart, lunch, dinner, and prizes at a cost of $150 per golfer. Proceeds from the golf outing go toward college scholarships for individuals with disabilities.Solovey 65th
Edward and Lucille Solovey, longtime Kenosha residents, will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary Wednesday. In honor of the milestone, a family dinner is planned at Salute's Restaurant in Racine.Homeowners square off against Foxconn
Foxconn, one of the world's largest manufacturers of electronic gear, is one step closer to building a $10 billion plant in a suburb of Racine, Wisconsin. But the planned project is making enemies among some local homeowners.Through the Looking Glass
A man entered a 7-Eleven store in Bonita Springs, Fla., with his shirt pulled over his head to hide his face, and then tried to rob the place by pointing his finger at the clerk like it was a gun and demanding cash. The clerk did not comply.Kenosha Drug Unit helps in drug sting, arrest
More than 130 grams of crack cocaine were found after the arrest of a Racine man, according to the Racine County Sheriff's Department. Ronnie Williams, 36, a Racine County resident, has been connected with heroin and cocaine sales in the city, sheriff's officials said.Court challenge seeks to halt water diversion beyond Great Lakes Basin
It was close, but last week, on the last day for possible objection, the environmental law organization Midwest Environmental Advocates in Madison, Wisconsin filed a legal challenge to Racine, Wisconsin's request to divert seven million gallons a day out of the Great Lakes Basin. This is the second ask of the Great Lakes state to divert millions of gallons away from the Great Lakes.
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