Kimbery A. Good accepted the position of executive director at SMILES.
The Edgerton FFA Alumni will park a truck outside Piggly Wiggly for the "Fill a Pickup Food Drive" on Friday, Nov. 30, and Saturday, Dec. 1.
Janesville police are looking for the person who robbed a gas station on Janesville's south side early Tuesday morning, police Lt. Todd Kleisner said.
The Edgerton City Council passed a 2019 budget Monday night that includes a higher tax levy and a lower tax rate than 2018.
Several readers contacted The Gazette to share memories of Swanson's grocery store after a photo of the now-vacant property ran on the front page last week.
The Elkhorn City Council on Monday approved a tax-rate increase in its 2019 budget, but the city administrator said more significant changes could come in future budgets.
Blackhawk Technical College has established a student food pantry.
Janesville police have few clues about a shots-fired incident early Sunday morning.
North River Street will close Tuesday, Nov. 20, from West Wall to West Milwaukee streets.
Fentanyl has killed more people in Walworth County so far in 2018 than it had in 2016 or 2017, and that is a trend that has local officials worried.
Officials have identified the man killed in an apparent hit and run incident either late Friday night or early Saturday morning in the town of Union.
A Ho-Chunk Nation representative said last week the tribe is hopeful its proposed $405 million casino and resort in the city of Beloit will be approved by the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Local credit unions have been blooming of late throughout Wisconsin, with major growth in assets and membership. The Gazette examines a recent surge by one Janesville credit union.
Under glowing lights Saturday at The Armory in Janesville, seven were lauded for their accomplishments and vied to be crowned the area's first Miss RemarkAble.
Merle Franks has a thing or two to say about being grateful. “I give thanks all the time,” the 70-year-old said about the regular mission trips he makes to Amazonas, Brazil.
The marijuana referendum passed earlier this month asked voters whether cannabis should be taxed and regulated like alcohol—but that regulatory system is more complicated than many people might realize.
Those sights and sounds of the Salvation Army's Red Kettle Campaign are a Christmas tradition as recognizable as Santa Claus and candy canes.
When Steve Harvey told Tom “The Awesome Mailman” that Sam’s Club would be donating $5,000 to his Helping the Homeless fundraiser, Tom beamed a smile familiar in Janesville.
Janesville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau is accepting warm clothing donations until Jan. 2 for "The Big Bundle Up" campaign.
Janesville will continue its commitment to biking with a new wayfinding plan that will cover a swath of the city’s bike trails.
A newly formed Rock County committee will grant stakeholders and community members considerable policy influence at the Southern Wisconsin Regional Airport.
ARISEnow and the Janesville Performing Arts Center have nearly hit a $500,000 goal in a community fundraising campaign that will fund improvements to JPAC’s performance and youth education spaces.
Walworth County prosecutors on Thursday charged another man with trying to pay for sex with somebody he believed was a 15-year-old girl after a police sting operation in Whitewater.
MILWAUKEE (AP) — A new nickname for Brook Lopez started floating around Twitter after the Milwaukee Bucks 7-footer had a career night from the 3-point line.
Tom "The Awesome Mailman" Hathaway of Janesville is set to appear Friday on an episode of Steve Harvey’s TV show “Steve” to discuss his Helping the Homeless fundraiser.
Peeling and chipped paint covers the brick and concrete building at Rockport and Washington. A dusty car and old Mobil sign are visible through broken windows.
A former manager of the Kay Jewelers in Delavan made her initial Walworth County Court appearance Wednesday on charges she made fraudulent refunds to herself at a cost of nearly $25,000.