Friday, April 15, 2011
Rob Zerban will speak to the Democratic Party's First District Convention about Rep. Paul Ryan's proposed budget.
Rob Zerban, Kenosha businessman and Democratic challenger for the First District Congressional seat currently held by Paul Ryan (R-Janesville), plans to speak tomorrow, April 16, in Janesville. He will address the Democratic Party's First District Convention at the UAW Labor Hall at 11 am. Zerban is expected to talk about the House vote that may take place today in Washington, D.C. on Ryan's proposed budget. After announcing his candidacy earlier this month, Zerban launched a website, handsoffmygrandma.com, designed to directly challenge Ryan's plan to dismember Medicare. If you go: Where: UAW Labor Hall, 1795 Lafayette St., Janesville When: 11 am
Listening sessions are scheduled for next week throughout Southeastern Wisconsin.
Congressman Paul Ryan will host a series of listening sessions across Southeastern Wisconsin starting Mon., April 18. According to a release from his office, Ryan plans to discuss the economic challenges of the First District of Wisconsin and how to overcome those issues. "It's very important to me to hear directly from those who live and work in the First District," he said in the statement. "In addition to talking about these issues and many others, I am looking forward to having a conversation about how Congress can reduce our $14 trillion debt, rein in out of control spending, and put in a place a plan for economic growth and job creation." Here's a partial list of locations Ryan will visit: Thursday, April 28 Franklin: 11:15-12:15pm, …
Monday, March 21, 2011
Four of the thefts were in the City of Racine and the other was in Caledonia.
Officials with the Greenfield Police Department are searching for a man who took cash from Loomis Food & Beverage last week. This isn’t the first time Faheem Babwari, 25, of West Allis, is accused of taking money from a business. He had just been released from jail in Racine County after the Racine County District Attorney’s Office charged Babwari with several similar thefts, one of which was in Caledonia. All of the charges were misdemeanors and he wasn’t armed during any of the thefts. Babwari was released from jail on March 2 after he posted $500 bail. According to court records, Babwari was charged earlier this month with five counts of theft, moveable property, and obstruction after he stole cash from five different gas stations/…
Thursday, December 30, 2010
Patch has the scoop on nearby communities. See what’s going on in the neighborhoods around you!
Our New Year's resolution at Caledonia Patch is to serve you better. As 2011 quickly approaches, we want to make sure you know about all of the Patches in your area that can help you stay connected to what's going on in the places that matter the most to you. Whether it's news that will affect your morning commute, events going on this weekend, or business listings for the shops and restaurants you visit in these towns, Patch has it covered. See what's happening in: Some Businesses Could See Big Fee Hikes Assistant Baseball Coach Ready for Head Job, Holler Says Police Say New Texting Ban Tough to Enforce 27th Street Ramp Closures Beginning Next Month $16 million Southridge TIF District Gets Final Approval Jane Kaczmarek …