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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 […]

 
 

A life in baseball

A life in baseball

Busch poised for induction into Burlington Baseball Hall of Fame By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent It only takes about five minutes to see the joy on the face of Dennis Busch when he’s umpiring a women’s slow-pitch softball game to know how much he loves the game. “I turned it down […]

 
 

A return to the theater

A return to the theater

Haylofters’ rock and roll fantasy opens July 29, runs for 10 shows By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief Like Broadway did with Bruce Springsteen’s one-man show last month, the Burlington Haylofters are returning to live theater next week with a production that seems appropriate for the times. “We Will Rock […]

 
 

Less than half of area residents are vaccinated

Less than half of area residents are vaccinated

County is in the midst of COVID-19 resurgence By Jason Arndt Staff Writer The Central Racine County Health Department reported this week that 49% of its residents, or 57,679 people, have finished the COVID-19 vaccination series, which is well short of its 70% objective to ensure herd immunity. This leaves […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      It’s been one of those years in which homeowners have had to water their lawn or live with crunchy, brown grass. That’s what a drought does. However, this will be the last year City of Burlington homeowners will be able to take advantage of the annual third-quarter utility bill […]

 
 

MAXINE L. ALBY

MAXINE L. ALBY

      Maxine L Alby, 95, formerly of Burlington and Kansas City, Mo., died in her sleep on Monday, July 5, 2021 at her home in North Naples, Fla. Maxine was the loving wife of the late Robert C Alby of Alby Block Company of Burlington; and loving mother of Stephanie […]

 
 

FRANK J. NEGA

FRANK J. NEGA

      Frank J. Nega Jr., 86, of Burlington, passed away peacefully at Seasons Hospice in Oak Creek on July 20, 2021. Frank was born on April 17, 1935 in Chicago to Frank Sr. and Catherine (nee Mucek) Nega. He was a proud Army veteran and a longtime member of St. […]

 
 

MARY LOUISE WULZ

MARY LOUISE WULZ

      Mary Louise Wulz, 90, went home to be with the Lord on July 16, 2021. Mary was born Nov. 2, 1930 in Libertyville, Ill. to Franklin and Esther Stevens. She grew up in Illinois and graduated from Utica High School. Mary graduated from De Kalb University with a Bachelors […]

 
 

CYNTHIA FRANKO-FRANECKI

CYNTHIA FRANKO-FRANECKI

      Cynthia L. “Cindy” Franko-Franecki, 73, of Waterford found peace and went to heaven on July 14, 2021. Cindy was the loving and devoted wife of Jimmy “Jimbo”; proud mother of Kenny (Ashley) Heiser, and Eric (Cathy) Franecki; special grandma to Annalise “Karate Kid” and Alaina “Darth Vader”; sister of […]

 
 

MICHAEL E. LULLING

MICHAEL E. LULLING

      Michael E. Lulling, 73, of Burlington, passed away peacefully at his residence on July 16, 2021. He was born on June 19, 1948. Visitation will be held from 9:30 until 11 a.m. on Monday, July 26, 2021, at Mt. Zion Christian Church, 2330 Hwy 120, Lake Geneva. Funeral services […]

 
 
 
 

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