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Janesville School Board will consider staffing plan again
The Janesville School Board will return to the topic of staffing at its meeting Tuesday, March 28.
Roll out the (orange) barrels: Interstate construction season starts Monday
Roll out the (orange) barrels: Interstate construction season starts Monday
Work on the Interstate 90/39 widening project resumes Monday.
Edgerton man cited for 4th OWI in Evansville crash
An Edgerton man was arrested for fourth drunken driving offense after he rolled his vehicle near Evansville Friday evening, injuring himself.
Herb Kohl Educational foundation recognizes Whitewater student, two teachers
The Herb Kohl Educational Foundation is recognizing two Whitewater teachers and one student.
Police: Six arrested in Janesville burglaries
Police: Six arrested in Janesville burglaries
Janesville police have arrested six people in connection with burglaries reported Wednesday.
Rock County Board OKs phase one of $8.23 million security improvements
The Rock County Board voted Thursday to move ahead with phase one of its $8.23 million plan to upgrade security and renovate parking at the Rock County Courthouse in downtown Janesville.
Janesville could land another distribution center
Janesville could land another distribution center
Janesville could soon land yet another distribution center, this time in a new industrial building being finished on Capital Circle in the city's eastside industrial park.
Trump, GOP leaders pull health care bill in humiliating loss
Trump, GOP leaders pull health care bill in humiliating loss

WASHINGTON— In a humiliating setback, President Donald Trump and GOP leaders pulled their "Obamacare" repeal bill off the House floor Friday after it became clear the measure would fail badly.

It was a stunning defeat for the new...

Milton library postpones official opening ceremony
The Milton Public Library has rescheduled its grand opening ceremony to June because of unfinished construction work.
Former Burger King manager pleads not guilty to stealing $90,000
A former Lake Geneva Burger King manager pleaded not guilty Monday to theft charges accusing him of taking more than $90,000 from the restaurant over two years.