The burning question for motorists traveling near Fox River Plaza is what construction crews are building on the site of former Heavenly Cup Coffee kiosk at 1054 Milwaukee Ave.

On Tuesday, City of Burlington officials had an answer – confirming that a long-rumored Starbucks would locate at the site.

As for Tuesday’s election, the City of Burlington’s fourth aldermanic district was the lone contested race, which saw incumbent Todd Bauman secure another term.

The Town of Burlington, meanwhile, had an advisory referendum on whether the town should continue to explore becoming a village. But, residents voted no on incorporation.

Those are some of the top news stories in this week’s Standard Press.

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Here’s a look at some of the other stories in this week’s edition:

  • NEWSIES TO PREMIERE: Topper Hall will be full of energy next week when Catholic Central students present “Newsies”.
  • DOGS ON DECK: The Burlington Common Council could decide to allow dogs at all city parks this week.
  • ROCHESTER FIRE: More than a dozen agencies responded to a fire at a multi-unit apartment complex in the Village of Rochester.
  • SEPARATE TRIALS: The four Racine men accused of invading a Town of Wheatland resident’s home and killing him will be tried separately in Kenosha County Circuit Court.
  • IN-KLEINed: Morgan Klein played a role in a Demons softball win against Southern Lakes Conference rival Elkhorn on Tuesday.