Descendants of Dennis McCarthy traveled from across the country to celebrate the 100th anniversary of a McCarthy family reunion in Edgerton at the home where Dennis is buried.
Janesville police arrested a Brodhead man on a charge of fourth-offense OWI, this time with a young child in the car, according to a police report.
For the Republican Party of Walworth County, the Nov. 6 election is business as usual. But the county's Democratic Party has begun an extensive grassroots operation to garner supporter after 60 years of losses and a crushing defeat in 2016.
For the past century, the city has taken an interest in buying riverfront properties to allow public access to the Rock River and protect shorelines.
Seventy-one Brodhead High School students walked, sat, listened, clapped and then shot each other with Silly String during the ceremony where they received their diplomas Friday.
There were many moments throughout the graduates lives where they felt the world was going to end, but they survived, said valedictorians Jillian McNett and Madeline Stoker.
Normally, people get authorities involved when they’ve got money missing. In Jerry Addie’s case, it was money that mysteriously showed up in his bank account.
A Janesville developer who recently built two large industrial buildings on speculation in Janesville seeks to build a third development on the city's south side.
Interstate 90/39 southbound ramp to Highway 14 and the Highway 26 entrance ramp will be closed at night from Tuesday, May 29, through Friday, June 1.
A twice-deported Mexican citizen found in Janesville was sentenced Thursday to federal prison for illegally re-entering the United States, according to a news release.
The Summer Food Service Program released a list of dates and locations where children can receive free meals. The program provides nutritious meals for children during the summer when reduced-price school meals are unavailable.
Concerns from local caregivers will travel with Cori Marsh, dementia care specialist, when she goes to Washington D.C. later this month to participate in the national Alzheimer's Advocacy Forum.
The Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin is held its annual meeting Thursday night. On the agenda: the effort to build a new facility.
Marc Perry told the Rock County Board Thursday night the county must hire and retain diverse employees at all levels of government if it wants to be inclusive.
County O/Delavan Drive under Interstate 90/39 will be closed from Wednesday, May 30, through Friday, June 1, as part of the I-90/39 expansion project.
Dave Wickstrum is Evansville's first senior citizen liaison officer. The role is designed to boost communication between senior citizens and police.
Organizers for the Janesville Town Square Gran Prix bicycle race said the money raised for incentive prizes thus far is unprecedented for a city of Janesville's size.
A maintenance worker at a Milton-area campground died Tuesday night about 12 hours after he had a medical issue and fell into a swimming pool, Town of Milton Police Chief Tom Kunkel said.
Judge Kristine Drettwan on Wednesday sentenced Jeffrey L. Olds to serve the rest of his life in prison after a jury convicted him of four child sex assault charges.
The state Department of Transportation announced Wednesday upcoming closures to the Highway 12 interchange ramps as part of the Highway 120 reconstruction project.
Three local public housing authorities will receive grants for capital improvements from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
A Lake Geneva man was sentenced last week to eight years in prison for a repeater count of child pornography possession, court records show.
Two more Parker graduates will be added to the wall during the school's Distinguished Vikings Ceremony at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, according to a news release from the Janesville School District.