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The former Kennedy Homes, a residential development that failed nearly a decade ago, could see some action under new ownership.
The town and village have received a number of complaints over the years about Birds Eye Vegetables and Walter and Son waste hauling.
A Town of Beloit Police Department sergeant, with 14 years on the job, has been demoted to the rank of patrol officer following a two-month internal investigation.
As clouds gathered and rain fell outside, UW-Rock County students gathered in the campus's gymnasium for their graduation ceremony were assured their futures were bright.
Among today's events in history, the Brooklyn Bridge, linking Brooklyn and Manhattan, was dedicated in 1883.
Secretaries, clerks and aides will get additional money in their June paychecks.
Area communities have planned parades, ceremonies and other events in honor of Memorial Day on Monday.
Edgerton High School will host a STEM Expo on Thursday in the field house.
About 50 people flocked to the Irvin L. Young Memorial Library in Whitewater to hear why a 21st century library is needed and what the process to get there might look like.
Amin Shaikh believes his ongoing legal battle is one that can make a difference and change state law, even though the dispute might be nearing its end.
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