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Freedom Fest about more than just fun and fireworks
Freedom Fest about more than just fun and fireworks
This year's event at New Life Assembly of God in Janesville will include The Compassion Experience, which offers attendees a taste of what what it's like to be a child in poverty.
Homelessness in middle school means special challenges
Homelessness in middle school means special challenges
Being homeless in middle school brings its own set of challenges.
Great career coming to a close for Janesville therapy dog
Great career coming to a close for Janesville therapy dog
Nahla was an extraordinary educator. True, she drooled more than other teachers, but she also allowed students to lean against her and stroke her ears. She is retiring this month.
Janesville backyard chickens a clucking success
Janesville backyard chickens a clucking success
A controversial decision to allow backyard chickens in Janesville appears to be a rousing success for chicken-lovers, their neighbors and even the feathery critters themselves.
Volunteer families help make Rock County Dairy breakfast a success
The Templeton family will bring three generations to work this Saturday's dairy breakfast, being held from 6:30 to 11 a.m. at the Brandl Farm in Clinton.
Dope on a rope: Subtle clues are key in K9 search teams
Dope on a rope: Subtle clues are key in K9 search teams
A group of volunteer dog handlers and their dogs trained in Rock County this week to sharpen their search-and-rescue skills.
Fetch & Stretch yoga class is inclusive to canines
Fetch & Stretch yoga class is inclusive to canines
The program is gaining steam nationwide, and a series of Monday night classes begins June 5 at the off-leash dog area off of Mohawk Drive in Janesville's Palmer Park
Rock River Charter School students defy classification
Rock River Charter School students defy classification
Rock River Charter School was opened in 1998. It was the first of Janesville's four charter schools.
Hats Off: Marshall Middle School sixth-grader raising money to help animals
Hats Off: Marshall Middle School sixth-grader raising money to help animals
Hannah Frank, a Janesville 12-year-old, is selling homemade products at her school to raise money for the Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin.
Open books: Hedberg to host human library April 15
Open books: Hedberg to host human library April 15
Unlike standard libraries, patrons of human libraries check out people rather than books to learn more about diverse lifestyles, experiences and cultures. Hedberg Public Library, 316 S. Main St., Janesville, will host such an event from 1-4 p.m. Saturday, April 15.