Edgerton florist's subscription service starts with this question: How mad is she?
At new CBD shop Hemp 1848 on East Milwaukee Street, operators are growing hemp plants in a room that can be seen from the sidewalk. It's a visible conversation piece that Brian Kettle and Jerry McCoy hope will draw customers off the street.
Two Wendy’s restaurant locations in Janesville are among 99 fast-food restaurants flagged for violating child labor laws, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.
A new bicycle and multisport shop on Janesville’s east side is pushing the pedals, shaking a leg and backstroking into the new year.
The general store at 9413 County H, Edgerton, has been a learning experience for its new owners, but they say they're enjoying the learning curve.
Amazon soon will be looking for 500 workers for the distribution center it’s building in Beloit, but the international marketer is not the only company with help-wanted signs out in Rock County.
In the 17 years Steve Dean has run Mocha Moment on Janesville’s south side, he’s never won a local award for the business. Until now.
Blackhawk Community Credit Union's future Legacy Center in downtown Janesville could have a grocery market and coffee shop attached to it, the credit union's CEO said Friday.
Wildwood Movies 16 took a step closer to getting a liquor license Wednesday as the Janesville Alcohol License Advisory Committee forwarded a positive recommendation to the city council.
It was not clear Tuesday if the Pier 1 Imports store in Janesville is among about 450 stores the company plans to close.
Impact Confections, the Janesville candy maker that wears the sour candy crown, is selling its manufacturing plant on the city’s north side to a Mexican company.
It’s a niche market: waste oil furnaces. But Rock Energy Systems, a company that for years has produced Lanair and Clean Burn waste oil-burning furnaces in a plant in Janesville, is now the undisputed waste oil king. The recent acquisition of a competitor has made it so.
The Janesville Mall and its owner on Thursday disputed a store employee’s claim that Lane Bryant's plan to shutter its store at the mall is tied to "real estate negotiations."
Maurer’s Market on Janesville’s east side will shut its doors, the owners announced Monday, closing the book on a neighborhood grocery that had been open only about a year and a half.
Janesville tech firm Data Dimensions has changed hands from one private equity firm to another, the company announced Thursday. The sale will allow the company to branch out to new clients.
A holiday gift of a new bed means more than just a good night's sleep for a family who moved to Janesville to escape gun violence that killed one family member and scarred a little girl.
Janesville metal fabricator United Alloy plans a major expansion in Texas that the company said will boost its production capacity nationwide and lead to the hiring of more than two dozen new employees here.
The Gazette’s quarterly economic dashboard for the third quarter of 2019 shows another march upward in home sale prices and a modest increase in consumer spending in a local market with relatively low unemployment.
One key part of the housing market—new home construction—has been sluggish to recover from the Great Recession, at least at a rate that would keep pace with recent job growth and demand for housing. That could change soon.
Numerous businesses have opened in downtown Orfordville, and others have renovated their buildings or expanded. As the downtown gets new life, community leaders are looking to the future.
This year, Haye Dental Group is celebrating Tom Haye’s 50th year as a practicing dentist in Janesville. Haye, who is 83, said he’s celebrating the 50-year milestone by continuing to do what he’s done in Janesville for half a century. "There's no quitting," Haye said in a recent interview.
In what is a true throwback—an amenity once offered to grocery shoppers when people’s telephones hung on the wall in the kitchen—Maurer’s Market has unveiled a phone-in grocery-ordering service.
After months of demolition, the former General Motors site is cleared of all structures and much of the debris. As the site moves into its next phase, its reuse hinges in part on the remaining concrete slabs.
The Janesville Athletic Club plans to repurpose 24,000 square feet of its facility on Black Bridge Road to create an indoor sports complex, complete with batting cages, strength training equipment and one turf field.
Supermarket chain Meijer still has not committed to a timeline for building a new store on land it owns in Delavan, but city officials believe the project is still on.
Burr Rote has sold his barber shop, Rote’s Hairstyling Shop, after 51 years at 17 S. Academy St. His schedule is full of haircut appointments as he prepares for his last day Thursday.
Picture people throwing axes, riding go-karts and hanging from walls and zipping on ropes above the floor of the former Boston Store at the Janesville Mall. Can’t picture it? Well, try harder.
SHINE Medical Technologies announced Tuesday that it’s officially entering into federal regulatory review of its permit to operate a nuclear radioisotope facility in Janesville.
Seneca Foods is one step closer to building migrant worker housing at its food processing facility on Janesville's south side.
JP Cullen's Construction Career Fair is an annual event designed to introduce high school students to the benefits of careers in the trades.
Online retail giant Amazon is coming to Beloit, and stakeholders want to see initial construction start next week on an expansive distribution center in the city's Gateway Business Park.
Five radio stations will broadcast from new planned studios at 1 Parker Place, which are expected to be ready in early to mid-2020.
Manufacturing Days is a once-a-year, two-day immersion Blackhawk Technical College uses to try to kindle high school student interest in manufacturing careers.
Key stakeholders looking to build a downtown stadium for the Beloit Snappers baseball team made their first pitch to the Beloit City Council and residents Monday night.
Margie Siggelkow, the owner of Adorn, a new women’s and men’s boutique that opened last week at 39 S. Main St., never figured she would move back to Janesville after she graduated from Milton High School and left for college in 2007.
Recently, United Way Blackhawk Region awarded a two-year, $25,000 grant to KANDU Industries, a local nonprofit agency that serves people with disabilities. The funding will offset training costs for local companies that would hire KANDU clients.