1-10 of 3313
Several authors will appear at a writer's workshop Saturday, Oct. 1, at the Edgerton Masonic Lodge. Proceeds will benefit the upcoming Sterling North Book and Film Festival.
A new Wisconsin law outlaws cellphone use in highway work zones.
The former president of the Beloit chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People was ruled competent to stand trial for theft Thursday.
A Beloit Turner School District ad hoc committee will consider district facility needs and share information with district residents.
Among today's events in history, London’s reorganized police force, which became known as Scotland Yard, went on duty in 1829.
With early voting poised to play a bigger role in this year’s election, Hillary Clinton was urging voters in Iowa to start casting ballots on Thursday.
Edgerton' newest dog park will have a grand opening ceremony at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 1.
Three businesses have refiled lawsuits demanding refunds for allegedly over-assessed property values, maintaining the list of Janesville commercial property owners seeking lower tax rates. But officials are taking steps to pass legislation that would stop aggrieved business owners from using certain tactics to argue for lower tax rates.
City Operations Director John Whitcomb shaved his head after employee Tracy Engstrom placed high enough in a snowplow competition.
A look at nightly work on Interstate 90/39, a safari in Lake Geneva, an editorial on Janesville School District's pay-for-performance plan and more.
1-10 of 3313