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Mercy CEO Bea's pay climbs to $8.38 million
Mercyhealth CEO Javon Bea's pay rose 4 percent in 2016 to $8.38 million, according to federal tax documents. Read more >>
Published: Sunday, Dec 10, 2017
Pay of some local nonprofit leaders exceeds average for state
One local nonprofit leader earns more than a quarter of a million a year. The Gazette reviews what local nonprofit leaders are paid, and how they justify it. Read more >>
Published: Sunday, Dec 10, 2017
Slumberland ramps up holiday bed donations in Janesville
Slumberland in Janesville donated 35 beds to families in need through the franchise's "Homes for the Holidays" campaign Monday, the most beds the store has ever donated. Read more >>
Published: Tuesday, Dec 5, 2017
Rock County unemployment rate dips to 3.1 percent
The unemployment rate in Rock County edged a few notches lower to 3.1 percent in October, matching the lowest rate of joblessness seen here since the late 1990s. Read more >>
Published: Wednesday, Nov 29, 2017
Janesville real estate developer buys former Chase Bank property
The former Chase Bank building in downtown Janesville has sold to a local real estate developer, who says his group plans to ready the building for lease as soon as possible. Read more >>
Published: Wednesday, Nov 29, 2017
Janesville residents develop new board game
Janesville tattoo artist Jake Bussie has taken a drawing exercise he developed as brain training for his tattoo work and transformed it into a new board game, "Doodle Mash." Read more >>
Published: Monday, Nov 27, 2017
Equipment auction set for Janesville's former Pick 'n Save
The former Pick 'n Save on Janesville's south side will look even less like a supermarket after an auction Tuesday purges the nearly all of the grocery store's equipment. Read more >>
Published: Monday, Nov 27, 2017
Local retailers feel 'adventurous' this holiday season
The Gazette examines poinsettias, Legos and a Christmas-themed album by Cheap Trick to see how local retailers feel about a predicted uptick in holiday spending. Read more >>
Published: Wednesday, Nov 22, 2017
UPDATE: Woman sought in shooting incident at Janesville Holiday Inn
Authorities are searching for a woman who robbed and shot at a man at a Janesville hotel late Tuesday during what police say was a “prostitution arrangement" gone bad. Read more >>
Published: Wednesday, Nov 22, 2017
Former Janesville Gander Mountain could reopen as Gander Outdoors
It appears the former Gander Mountain store in Janesville could re-open in 2018 under new corporate ownership and a new name: Gander Outdoors. Read more >>
Published: Monday, Nov 20, 2017
ARISE fundraising group has new leader
The head of a private fundraising group for the ARISE downtown riverfront revitalization plan has stepped down and the group has appointed a new lead coordinator, officials announced Friday. Read more >>
Published: Friday, Nov 17, 2017
Janesville Mall on the market
The Janesville Mall is on the market, and there are signs that sale of the 600,000-square-foot shopping mall could be pending. Read more >>
Published: Friday, Nov 17, 2017
Lawsuit: Janesville staffing agency skipped background checks
A Janesville company is suing a local employment agency for providing it workers with criminal records after the agency failed to conduct background checks on the workers. Read more >>
Published: Thursday, Nov 16, 2017
Police: Charges pending in Edgerton school threat
Edgerton police said charges are pending after a 15-year-old boy ran toward Edgerton Elementary School after someone reported an “agitated student” was “possibly making threats” Thursday afternoon. Read more >>
Published: Thursday, Nov 16, 2017
General Motors site buyer has handled other GM properties
As Commercial Development Company eyes buying the former Janesville General Motors site, The Gazette reviews some of the redevelopment company's past projects. Read more >>
Published: Sunday, Nov 12, 2017