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Those we lost: Celebrating the extraordinary lives of ordinary people
They were teachers, friends, gardeners, sharpshooters, clowns and writers. The Gazette celebrates some of the extraordinary lives of ordinary people who died in 2016.
Kittens and grace: Salvation Army's Thanksgiving diners and volunteers have plenty to be thankful for
Kittens and grace: Salvation Army's Thanksgiving diners and volunteers have plenty to be thankful for
The Salvation Army hosted its annual Thanksgiving meal on Thursday.
20Q: Catching up with 'The Venue' boss Britten Langfoss
20Q: Catching up with 'The Venue' boss Britten Langfoss
The Janesville businesswoman talks about having no time for triathlons, her family's constant need for eggs and why plastering is an art form.
Janesville building permits climbing
Janesville building permits climbing
The city has issued more building permits so far this year than last, and officials say it's a trend that's likely to continue.
Ask a Poultry Farmer: How to cook a backyard turkey
Ask a Poultry Farmer: How to cook a backyard turkey
Dale has sold naturally raised Thanksgiving turkeys for more than 30 years and shares a few tricks and tips on how to cook turkeys raised in small flocks.
Hot wheels: Cruise-in for a Cause car show is all about the kids
Hot wheels: Cruise-in for a Cause car show is all about the kids
The Beloit-based Cranked Inc. Car Club will hold its fourth annual Cruise-In for a Cause car show and toy drive Saturday, Oct. 1, at Traxler Park in Janesville.
Old, young car enthusiasts help drive Beloit Autorama
Old, young car enthusiasts help drive Beloit Autorama
The annual auto show planned Sunday, Sept. 18 is expected to draw about 1,200 collector cars and between 5,000 and 8,000 spectators.
Realtor: Interest in Heron Bay subdivision picking up
The Heron Bay subdivision in the town of Beloit is seeing more interest since a marketing campaign was launched and prices were dropped.
Janesville city officials walk streets, looking for problems
Janesville city officials walk streets, looking for problems
Every two weeks in Janesville, about a half-dozen department heads pick a street, walk its edges and take note of anything that needs fine-tuning.
Evidence grows of poverty's toll on young brains, academic achievement gap
UW-Madison researchers say early steps to improve children's lives will help them succeed later in school and life.