Editor Heather Asiyanbi firstname.lastname@example.org
The Racine County Sheriff's Department is asking for help raising the money needed to add a K9 officer after Gingiss passed away unexpectedly on May 9. A generous supporter has already pledged $5,000, but more is needed. Click the headline for details on
Sturtevant trustees reiterated they're ready to move on a new ambulance and are waiting for Mount Pleasant to catch up.
Trustees from both Mount Pleasant and Sturtevant will meet Monday for the first time since the South Shore Fire consolidation was signed in 2009.
Trustees disagreed over whether or not Wednesday's meeting was properly called and if the village board should have had information beforehand.
The village is accepting applications for clerk/treasurer through May 17.
Preliminary work has already begun in Sturtevant where United Natural Foods will build, but the official groundbreaking ceremony was Tuesday.
Two dozen residents - a mix of liberals and conservatives - attended Speaker Robin Vos' first listening session in the 63rd Assembly District since the lines were redrawn.
Mount Pleasant remains without a village administrator, but that might change this week.
U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan plans to hold bilingual town hall meeting in June to take up the issue, saying he wants to fix the immigration system because it's broken, not for any political reasons.
Advertise on Patch and reach potential customers in your backyard and beyond. Click here for more information.
Learn more »
If you want to help local causes, or your cause needs local help, your next click should be right here.
Learn more »
Enter your tip here and it will be sent straight to
Heather Asiyanbi, Wisconsin Patch Staff, and Editor Sarah Worthman,
Mount Pleasant-Sturtevant Patch's (incredibly grateful)
Mount Pleasant-Sturtevant news, events, and deals sent to you daily and breaking news as it happens.
See more options
You’re now signed up!