I was fascinated to read today's Gazette story about the blog that Mark Dwyer writes for Rotary Botanical Gardens in Janesville.
I'm updating readers on a resident's complaint that the many oak trees in Janesville's Vista Park drop too late to get gathered in during the city's leaf collection schedule.
Here's another late-fall project that might have gotten away from homeowners with the early snow and cold: Rain-gutter cleaning.
Every year we decorate indoors and out. And every year, strands of Christmas lights are doomed to fail.
A recent story and a study have revived the debate about motorcycle helmets, a debate that has hit The Gazette's letters section.
I know what I'll be doing on Thanksgiving, and it won't be shopping.
Should the state make it a felony to commit certain traffic violations that kill or injure “vulnerable users” of Wisconsin roads?
Think it's cold and blustery here? You should have spent the weekend up north.
The city of Janesville's new automated trash and recycling system has been running for more than six months. It's time for an update.
I wish all of my readers could have someone in their lives like my Uncle Louie.