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The Janesville School District could employ a new salary schedule marrying teacher performance with pay increases as early as March.
Jim Winship announced his resignation from the Whitewater City Council in December. He is heading to Columbia for work.
Decades' worth of coal ash buried as “beneficial reuse” could be contaminating drinking water in southeastern Wisconsin and other areas of the state, despite the fact that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Dec. 19 officially declared coal ash to be nonhazardous.
Joel Galvan and three colleagues at Rock Valley Community Programs of Janesville are attempting one of the toughest races in the Midwest to raise money for homeless vets.
The Janesville-Beloit market was near the bottom in premiums paid in all three of the categories the group studied: large group, small group and individual insurance.
Cooksville is the subject of a revised historical guide now for sale that covers the settling of the area when Easterners bought land south of Stoughton from Sen. Daniel Webster and the federal government.
Dawn R. Kuehni of Delavan is charged with four felony counts of theft from a business setting and misdemeanor theft. She's accused of stealing more than $50,000 from her employer, Elkhorn Collision Center.
Critics and early viewers agree that “The Interview” is less than a masterpiece. But thanks to threats from hackers that nearly derailed its release, it became an event, including in Janesville and Beloit.
A National Retail Federation survey found the average person returned nearly four holiday gifts last year.
The city of Beloit has bought the Girl Scouts Service Center in Big Hill Park and will turn it into a recreation facility.
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