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UW-Rock County officials still considering student housing
UW-Rock County officials are closer to determining whether student housing is right for the college, but they won't decide until at least May, Dean Charles Clark said. Read more >>
Published: Saturday, Dec 9, 2017
Police arrest three juveniles in Whitewater Middle School bomb threat
Three juveniles have been arrested in connection with a Thursday bomb threat that resulted in a lockdown at Whitewater Middle School, according to a news release. Read more >>
Published: Friday, Dec 8, 2017
UW-Rock County students aim to build a better ballot box
UW-Rock County engineering students were tasked with solving a real-world problem: How can poll workers more neatly stack and organize ballots fed into voting machines? Read more >>
Published: Friday, Dec 8, 2017
Monterey Dam advocates running for Janesville City Council
Two opponents of the city council's decision to remove the Monterey Dam intend to seek council seats this spring. Read more >>
Published: Friday, Dec 8, 2017
Humane society wants three-year contract, more money
The Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin was the only organization to bid on Janesville's animal control contract, and it wants a three-year contract with two annual increases. Read more >>
Published: Thursday, Dec 7, 2017
For humane society, Janesville is biggest contract
As it begins designing a new facility and about 10 percent of its budget hangs in the balance, the Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin continues to grow while operating leanly, said Brett Frazier, executive director. Read more >>
Published: Thursday, Dec 7, 2017
Press Start: 'Star Wars Battlefront II's' greed robs the fun
Once again, a progression system centered around microtransactions has ruined an otherwise enjoyable video game, Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee writes. Read more >>
Published: Wednesday, Dec 6, 2017
Janesville man says he was billed for sidewalk damage caused by city
A resident billed for a repaired sidewalk in front of his property called the charge unfair, saying it was city employees who damaged it in the first place. Read more >>
Published: Wednesday, Dec 6, 2017
Q&A: City readies for snow removal
Operations Director John Whitcomb recently spoke at a Janesville City Council meeting and answered several frequently asked questions about the city's snow removal operations. Read more >>
Published: Tuesday, Dec 5, 2017
Janesville landfill facilities closing Saturday for winter
The city's compost and demolition landfills will remain open through Saturday before closing for winter, according to a city news release. Read more >>
Published: Monday, Dec 4, 2017
Janesville policy changes aim to make downtown a destination
In the past several months, downtown Janesville has undergone several policy changes. Officials said they're evidence of the city's efforts to revitalize downtown and make it a destination. Read more >>
Published: Sunday, Dec 3, 2017
Janesville City Council incumbents seek re-election
Vice President Rich Gruber and members Paul Williams and Jens Jorgensen have taken out nomination papers to run for their own Janesville City Council seats. Read more >>
Published: Saturday, Dec 2, 2017
Janesville City Council will relocate during remodeling
City Hall's roof hasn't been renovated since 1989, and it's due for repair next year. City officials figured as long as they're upgrading the roof, the chambers could use some attention. Read more >>
Published: Saturday, Dec 2, 2017
Janesville awarded for asphalt innovation
The city has received the 2017 Local Government Asphalt Award for "advancing innovation in asphalt pavements," according to a Wisconsin Asphalt Pavement Association news release. Read more >>
Published: Wednesday, Nov 29, 2017
Press Start: ‘Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds’ is a welcome return to Aloy's adventure
"Horizon Zero Dawn" is one of the year's best games, and "The Frozen Wilds" is a worthy addition to an already incredible experience, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee. Read more >>
Published: Wednesday, Nov 29, 2017