Author Archive: Ed Nadolski

Sheriff: Evidence points to boyfriend in fire, explosion, deaths

Sheriff: Evidence points to boyfriend in fire, explosion, deaths

By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief Evidence suggests a man who had recently been kicked out of the home he had been living in with his girlfriend and her son caused the May 14 fire and explosion on Ketterhagen Road in the Town of Burlington and is responsible for killing […]

 
 

Update: Name released in Yorkville fatality

Update: Name released in Yorkville fatality

A 43-year-old woman, who deputies say was attempting to retrieve her dog on Highway 11 in Yorkville early Tuesday morning, and was struck and killed by a semi-trailer truck, according to a news release issued by the Racine County Sheriff’s Department. Later in the day, the sheriff’s department identified the […]

 
 

ChocolateFest emerges as a favorite in election year

ChocolateFest emerges as a favorite in election year

Burlington is ready to celebrate its 30th ChocolateFest As Burlington’s ChocolateFest enters its 30th year, organizers can look back with nostalgia at how the annual event, held Memorial Day weekend, has evolved. There was a time when festival patrons had one question on their minds – “Where’s the chocolate?” Now, […]

 
 

Lake Geneva woman, children located in Georgia

Lake Geneva woman, children located in Georgia

Mom arrested, dad retrieving kids from Savannah By Vicky Wedig Staff Writer A Lake Geneva woman and her kids were found in Savannah, Ga., Tuesday morning after a person there recognized them from photos on a press release police issued Monday. “When we put it out to media last night, […]

 
 

It’s a long way from Baltimore

It’s a long way from Baltimore

A Baltimore oriole feeds on an orange slice in the backyard of a Burlington home May 17. The species, which spends its winters in Mexico and the tropics, has returned to the northern states and Canada to raise a new generation of orioles. While the males are known for their […]

 
 

Steppin’ out at a ‘Fairytale’ prom

Steppin’ out at a ‘Fairytale’ prom

Burlington High School celebrated it’s 2016 junior prom Saturday to the theme, “Tonight’s a Fairytale.” The evening featured a grand march — with introduction of the prom court and crowing of the king and queen — in the high school auditorium followed by dinner and dancing at Veteran’s Terrace. Corinne […]

 
 

Local clean sweep set for April 23

Local clean sweep set for April 23

Seven area communities are again teaming up to provide residents an opportunity to dispose of hazardous waste, appliances and medication. The annual clean sweep is set for Saturday, April 23, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the City of Burlington Public Works Facility, 2200 S. Pine St., Burlington. Unlike prior […]

 
 

Sheriff seeks help to ID suspect in thefts

Sheriff seeks help to ID suspect in thefts

The Racine County Sheriff’s Department on Tuesday afternoon released the following video of a suspect and a vehicle believed to be involved in the theft of money from coin boxes at the BP station in Kansasville. Anyone who recognizes the suspect or the vehicle is asked to call the Sheriff’s […]

 
 

High winds topple tree

High winds topple tree

Tuesday’s high winds – which exceeded 50 mph, according to the National Weather Service — toppled this tree across the driveway of a home at 203 Echo Dr., Burlington. There appeared to be no damage to the home itself. The winds were also blamed for temporarily knocking out Time Warner […]

 
 

Photo album: ‘Anything Goes’

Photo album: ‘Anything Goes’

The Burlington High School Drama Department debuts its production of “Anything Goes” on Friday, March 11. The six-show run continues through the next two weekends with 7 p.m. shows on Friday and Saturday, and 2 p.m. matinees on Sunday. Click here a photo album from the final dress rehearsal for […]

 
 
 
 
 

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