One of nature’s most moving miracles is underway, and Josh Erdman won’t miss it.
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Kelly Wilson takes comfort in one true and powerful memory of her husband, James Arlen Wilson Jr., lovingly known as Jimmy. “The smile on his face is a memory I will always keep,” Kelly said of their wedding day in 1994.
A state agency’s new probe into homelessness shows that in Rock County, tenants facing eviction are nearly twice as likely to be expelled from their homes by court order than elsewhere in Wisconsin.
The town of Milton is purchasing 6 acres of farmland from Fredrick Farms LLP (town residents Mike and Signe Fredrick), 7011 E. High St. The town’s offer of $30,000 per acre was accepted Friday.
Longtime Janesville baker Bob Hiller has died.
The Gazette talks with Janesville Panera Bread restaurant manager Tom Widner about the state of the restaurant industry along the Milton Avenue strip. This after Widner was named Panera Bread's top restaurant manager for 2020.
The city of Janesville and local park advocates are looking for dogs who would enjoy a not-so-wild goose chase during the parks' busiest seasons.
Cal Schoonover has warm memories of watching historical documentaries on TV with his dad, Jim.
Paola Delgado, 19, struggled with homelessness after telling her mother she was part of the LGBTQ community. A new BTC Foundation scholarship will allow her to pursue a career as a police officer—something she never thought was possible.
Deer numbers and a harsh winter are likely causes of browsing damage in Janesville.