Caroline and Annie Scheidt, Jaisyn Daher, and Annastasia Wischki are all part of local Scouts BSA troops and each have completed their journey…
“It was very, very rewarding to do it quickly,” said Annie Scheidt, a Kenosha native now living in Caledonia. “Our hard work paid off ... We pulled something off that many others didn’t in so little time."
Details are still coming out about what exactly occurred and what preceded the chase. Charges have not yet been filed.
A campaign manager who has continually worked for Democrats has quit Deborah Kerr's campaign for state superintendent.
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services on Thursday announced the planned staggered launch of the Wisconsin COVID-19 Vaccine Registry. According to the state, it "will provide a central place to let people know where and when they can they can get vaccinated, and let them schedule an appointment."
A man who owns hundreds of acres of land in the Interstate 94 corridor who had hoped to cash in on property is now suing Foxconn, Racine County and Mount Pleasant for alleged breach of contract.
RACINE — PM Plumbing & Mechanical has been in business since 1995 and has served southeastern Wisconsin for 25 years.
“So, y’know, this is a transmission from a ship right before it hit an iceberg,” the Wisconsin Policy Forum's research director said of the new report. “All the trends we’re going to talk about are positive. But … the reason for that is, is that this is pre-COVID-19 (property values) … There’s clearly going to be some change.”
In a group statement, 10 pediatricians from Advocate Aurora Children's Health in Racine and Kenosha counties have said that local families should "NOT participate in door-to-door trick-or-treating this year."
CALEDONIA — Halloween is a big deal for Sara Dewitt and her husband.
Casually dressed in a jacket, jeans, leather shoes and a mask that simply said “VOTE,” Pete Buttigieg aimed to energize a socially distanced crowd of more than a dozen Racine area Democrats Thursday afternoon.
CALEDONIA — Tragedy was averted Saturday when a 3-year-old Kenosha girl was saved by her father and a nurse bystander during a near-drowning incident at Jellystone Park Camp-Resort, 8425 Highway 38.
Discussions are brewing that Racine County might become the 69th county in Wisconsin to institute a half-percent sales tax.
RACINE COUNTY — Over the course of investigating former Joint Parks Superintendent James F. Svoboda III, officials have tracked over $300,000 in embezzled or stolen funds.
A group of 13 decided to have a meal at a downtown Union Grove café Sunday and leave $100 each as a tip, totaling $1,300.
According to the Racine County District Attorney's Office, "Mr. Nelson believed that there were demons in clouds and would routinely send photos of clouds to friends asking if they could see the demons."
A fire was used to take down a home at 8210 Northwestern Ave. on Saturday, during a controlled burn exercise led by the Caledonia Fire Department.
MOUNT PLEASANT — When village resident Kim Mahoney arrived at Mount Pleasant Village Hall on Monday, she sighed “Ugh, again?” upon realizing that the Committee of the Whole meeting was in closed session and the public wasn’t allowed to listen and observe.
FRANKSVILLE — For almost 70 years, the villages of Caledonia and Mount Pleasant have worked together to run the Caledonia-Mount Pleasant Memorial Park, also known as Franksville Park, which is along Northwestern Avenue. That relationship may be (mostly) coming to an end.