Union Grove

Canopy Hill to have 18-acre public trail

This is a rendering of a mural that is proposed for the side of a building at 1401 Main St., Union Grove. The project, spearheaded by Leadership Union Grove, is intended to welcome visitors to the village.

Officials refine amenities for new development By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Since its inception several years ago, much of the discussion on the new 160-acre Canopy Hill residential development on Union Grove’s north side has focused on lot sizes, infrastructure needs and other technical details. With much of the heavy analysis […]

 
 

Music series debuts

Music series debuts

The long-anticipated debut of the Music at the Pavilion series took place July 15 at the new entertainment stage – dubbed The Pavilion – at Schoolyard Park in Union Grove. The inaugural event featured a brief kick off ceremony followed by a performance from the Jackie Brown Trio. Food trucks […]

 
 

Summer Strike Out event is Sunday

Summer Strike Out event is Sunday

Youth baseball fundraiser features food, music, activities The Union Grove Youth Baseball Association will host a Summer Strike Out fundraising event Sunday, July 11, featuring food, music and other activities. Proceeds from the event will be used to improve the baseball diamonds at Union Grove Elementary School, 1745 Mildrum St., […]

 
 

Union Grove to ‘Party Like its 1776’

Union Grove to ‘Party Like its 1776’

Annual Independence Day parade is Monday morning The Union Grove Chamber of Commerce will host its Independence Day parade on Monday, July 5, beginning at 9:15 a.m. through the heart of the village. Organizers have invited parade participants to “Party Like its 1776.” The theme commemorates the year the country’s […]

 
 

Food, fun and fireworks

Food, fun and fireworks

Event features two nights of live music, pyrotechnics Two nights of food, fun and fireworks are planned for the Racine County Fairgrounds in Union Grove Saturday and Sunday. Fireworks Fest is described by organizers as a family friendly event aimed at bringing the community together to assist charities in raising […]

 
 

Revaluation prompts questions

Revaluation prompts questions

Assessor fielding property owners’ queries about the process, home values By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Several weeks have passed since Union Grove’s assessor sent out revised valuations to property owners across the village, and questions on the numbers have reportedly been funneling into his office. Village Administrator Mike Hawes provided an […]

 
 

Lamping’s legacy lives on

Lamping’s legacy lives on

Lions Club will donate barbecue proceeds to foundation that carries on his efforts The Union Grove Lions Club plans to donate 50% of the proceeds from its 41st annual Chicken Barbecue to the GoFrankGo Foundation. The event – which is the club’s biggest fundraiser – will be held June 6 […]

 
 

A sign of the changing times

This is a rendering of a mural that is proposed for the side of a building at 1401 Main St., Union Grove. The project, spearheaded by Leadership Union Grove, is intended to welcome visitors to the village.

New ordinance gives officials the ability to vote virtually, post-pandemic By Dave Fidlin Correspondent In a sign of what a post-COVID-19 environment could look like, Union Grove officials have gone on record in support of letting members of the elected Village Board and other appointed boards, commissions and committees participate […]

 
 

‘It’s been a pleasure’

This is a rendering of a mural that is proposed for the side of a building at 1401 Main St., Union Grove. The project, spearheaded by Leadership Union Grove, is intended to welcome visitors to the village.

Aimone ends 14-year run as village president   By Dave Fidlin Correspondent After nearly a decade-and-a-half as Union Grove’s top elected leader, Mike Aimone closed out his last meeting with reflective comments about the village itself and his elected colleagues. Aimone, who has been Union Grove’s village president for 14 […]

 
 

Traffic won’t be a hurdle, study says

Traffic won’t be a hurdle, study says

Intersections near Canopy Hill should operate ‘safely and efficiently’ By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Increased traffic on major roadways near the large-scale Canopy Hill housing development is not expected to have an adverse impact on the overall area, according to a new study, assuming several tweaks are made. Union Grove officials […]

 
 
 
 
 

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