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The Janesville Fuddruckers restaurant is set to close next week, ending a run that spanned almost 15 years on the competitive Humes Road restaurant corridor on the city’s north side.

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An Edgerton native and lifelong restaurateur is revamping and reopening the Historic Lake House Inn restaurant on Lake Koshkonong's southwest shore. The new owner says he's bringing the 1840s inn back to its former glory as a signature Wisconsin supper club. The place has been shuttered since 2016.

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In a news release Friday, CBL Properties announced the closing of the sale of the 600,000-square-foot Janesville Mall at 2500 Milton Ave. The sale to Houston-based RockStep Capital Real Estate Investments was not a surprise.

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Charter flight company SC Aviation plans to hoist one of its longest running jets onto poles in front of the company’s hangar at the Southern Wisconsin Regional Airport.

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Time Out Pub & Eatery is leaving its digs at the northeast corner of Main and Milwaukee streets after the bar’s nearly decade-long run in the Prospect 101 building in downtown Janesville.

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More riverfront property in Janesville’s downtown could be groomed for redevelopment after a longtime automotive garage moves to a new shop planned for the west side.

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The Quaker Steak & Lube restaurant along the Interstate 90/39 corridor on Janesville's northeast closed Monday. Its owner says the Interstate expansion project played a role.

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A new report by a national think tank identifies Janesville as a “vulnerable” industrial city based on its track record of economic growth spanning the last few decades.