A popular restaurant destroyed in a 2017 fire has been rebuilt and will reopen soon, a co-owner said.
The owner of a set of South Water Street riverfront properties has halted an environmental review the city had planned at the site after Blackhawk Community Credit Union pulled the plug on a landmark development there.
The 200 block of West Milwaukee Street is seeing more TLC, and more new retail.
As intrigued as some south side Janesville residents are over Rock County's plans to move hundreds of workers into new social service offices it plans at the former Pick 'n Save, some still wonder: What about a south side grocery store?
Despite the loss of several major retailers over the last year, Rock County's retail spending continues to surge.
Blackhawk Community Credit Union is abandoning plans to build a new, riverfront headquarters and museum development along South Water Street in downtown Janesville.
A growing number of people leaving retail jobs—some voluntarily and some not—are reinventing themselves in other segments of the local economy.
By August, a mostly vacant triplet of West Milwaukee Street storefronts will be transformed into loft-style apartments with off-street parking and a private courtyard.
The former Varsity Lanes in Milton, 450 S. John Paul Road, will be renovated to house BoxDrop Mattress and Furniture Direct.
Tourism spending in Rock County rose in 2018 for the eighth consecutive year, growing by 3% from 2017, according to tourism data released Friday.
Walworth County’s new 77,500-square-foot health and human services building is about 50% complete and on schedule, the county’s engineer said Thursday.
Schoeneck Containers has secured occupancy permits and is moving into its new 220,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Delavan off Hobbs Drive, city officials said Thursday.
Swing-N-Slide's parent company is consolidating all its backyard play structure manufacturing to a new, 220,000-square-foot facility in Canton, Georgia. The owner is offering employees at Swing-N-Slide’s longtime Janesville operations the option to relocate.
Build-it-yourself backyard playground equipment company Swing-N-Slide apparently is closing its Janesville manufacturing facility later this year, according to a government-required notice issued Tuesday afternoon.
Rock County has taken another step toward becoming a national hub for medical Molybdenum-99 production and distribution.
First Congressional District residents are invited to a meeting in Burlington on Thursday at which the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement will be discussed.
Blackhawk Community Credit Union plans to distribute bricks from the former General Motors assembly plant in Janesville. They’re free and come with a “certificate of authenticity” that memorializes the nearly 100 years the plant existed in Janesville.
Janesville retailer Blain’s Farm & Fleet and power generator producer Generac Power Systems made Forbes’ list of America’s 500 Best Midsize Employers, Forbes announced this week.
Customers of the abruptly shuttered Boardtracker Harley-Davidson apparently were able to retrieve motorcycles they had in storage or in for repairs at the Janesville dealership.
Glen Erin Golf Club will cap off work later this spring on a new $2 million banquet and event hall that will give hundreds of guests a bird’s-eye view of the golf course’s tree-lined 18th hole.
Amid an ongoing legal fight with Harley-Davidson, the Janesville Boardtracker Harley-Davidson dealership is shuttered, something dealership staff apparently learned Saturday.
SHINE Medical Technologies is now the proud owner of 91 acres that have historically been farmland on Janesville’s south side. In a few years, that property will be poised to go nuclear.
Some young local professionals who had left Janesville for what they thought might be greener pastures are now returning.
As the weather continues to warm, cleanup crews soon will begin on another step in the GM project: clearing contaminants from the Rock River.
Local tourism officials hope some lesser known, newer attractions in Janesville will reach a regional audience with the release of a new, Janesville-centric episode of “Discover Wisconsin."
Job growth has been a slog in some local segments of the manufacturing sector in the decade since the collapse of Janesville's automaking industry. But a few sectors in local manufacturing—namely the food manufacturing industry--are riding a recent wave of growth that is building back factory jobs in Rock County.
J's Feeds has only been open a few years, but it's already altered its business strategies as relentless challenges plague the agriculture industry.
It is the top award among all daily newspapers in the state and comes despite The Gazette being moved to compete in a category of larger newspapers.
A creditor is suing the owner of Boardtracker Harley-Davidson in Janesville and another dealership in suburban Milwaukee for a total of $6.3 million.
Manufacturing remains the top employment sector in Rock County more than a decade after GM's assembly plant in Janesville closed, but it has begun to transform into a warehousing and logistics hub thanks to its location on the state line, Interstate 90/39 running through it and the network of smaller highways that connect nearby communities.
French automotive parts manufacturer Novares announced it has acquired Miniature Precision Components, another auto parts maker that has a manufacturing facility in Janesville.
More web-based restaurant-food delivery services seem interested in Janesville, raising questions about costs.
The discrepancies between city assessment and private appraisal of a big-box retailer’s property can be staggering.
SHINE Medical Technologies in Janesville and NorthStar Medical Radioisotopes in Beloit are among four U.S. medical moly-99 startups that can “begin negotiations with the federal agency for potential new cooperative agreement awards” totaling up to $15 million.
The Milton Courier will leave its home of more than 100 years at the end of this month, but the newspaper isn't going away.
Blain’s Farm & Fleet has started work on a new 106,000-square-foot store in Holland, Michigan, as part of its continued expansion into the Mitten State.
Discount shoe seller Payless ShoeSource plans to close all 2,300 of its stores under an anticipated move into bankruptcy, sources say. A local manager said Friday she hadn't heard from Payless on its plans.
The Beloit Shopko store will lose 58 employees and the Delavan store will lose 52, according to a state notice issued Wednesday. Both stores will begin letting employees go around May 6.
The spring thaw can’t come soon enough for a few local businesses just west of the dismantled Milwaukee Street bridge.
The impact of China’s decision to ban imports of recycled materials has reverberated all the way to Janesville.
The long-awaited Children’s Museum of Rock County could finally be getting a home—at the Janesville Mall.
A needy family got the gift of a free car Friday at a Janesville auto body shop.
Generac announced Tuesday in a news release that it plans to open a distribution center using the bulk of the 500,000-square-foot former John Deere facility at 2900 Beloit Ave. on Janesville's south side.