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.
Blackhawk Community Credit Union plans to roll ahead on demolition of the former Town and Country property on South River Street in downtown Janesville.
Palace Meets opened Friday in Evansville with the goal of offering shared office space for small-business owners.
ABC Supply co-founder Diane Hendricks believes family values, hard work and perseverance helped her succeed as a business leader and entrepreneur.
Seneca Foods is one step closer to offering housing for seasonal migrant workers at its property on Janesville's south side.
Despite continued, big-ticket public and private investment in revitalization of Janesville's downtown riverfront, the revival hasn’t brought an overall decrease in vacancies in some stretches of the downtown’s west side—at least not yet.
As Gander Outdoors’ parent company has shifted its focus away from outdoor retail and toward recreational vehicles, the future of Janesville’s Gander Outdoors store is unclear.
A Janesville company that shifted gears into hemp products this year aims to start commercial processing of CBD oil later this fall at a property on the city’s south side.
Janesville might not see a deluge of delegates who will put their feet up in a local hotel during the 2020 Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee in July. But those crowds could create a ripple effect, bringing other visitors to the city.
The contractor building the new Milwaukee Street bridge has not provided a new completion date as requested by city and state officials, despite mounting fines from the Department of Transportation.
Paul Ryan has been appointed to SHINE Medical Technologies’ board of directors, the company announced Monday.
The Janesville Mall is getting a new video game arcade? What is this? 1984? Well, some entrepreneurs hope to bring back a little of the 1980s spirit to the mall—at least the part that made malls THE place to go.
The hotel hopes it can fuel its business in Janesville with a blend of local customers and visitors who come for downtown tourist attractions and events.
Cedar Crest retirement community says it plans to break ground on a 25-townhome development in what would be its biggest push for new senior housing since the early 2000s.
Seneca Foods unveiled a plan to build dormitory-style barrack housing for the more than 100 migrant laborers who work seasonal jobs at the food processing company's plant in Janesville.
An ordinance that would allow first-floor apartments in downtown Janesville got a thumbs-up from the city plan commission Monday.
A prominent downtown Janesville building is undergoing a facelift that city officials said will comply with a city repair order—and then some.
The former Shopko property on Humes Road in Janesville now joins the acres of defunct real estate on the city's east-side retail corridor that are tied to corporate bankruptcy. What happens with spaces like the former Shopko?
Asset Recovery Solutions is moving from Whitewater to Janesville, a company official said in an email Friday.
Former Janesville teacher and health care consultant Quint Studer is being recognized as a top national leader for his work in urban renewal and community revitalization.
Amid construction tear-ups and redevelopment, West Milwaukee Street has struggled when it comes to parking. But some property owners are tailoring solutions to create more consistently available parking there.
Dannie Evans did not feel welcomed as an African American man when he was hired 15 years ago by Rock County. Now, he's one of the county's biggest advocates for diversity.
Dreier Family Dental plans to build a 5,800-square-foot dental clinic on a small patch of what used to be active farmland near its current office on Holiday Drive on Janesville's east side.
The new rule states the products must be kept behind the counter and not on shelves throughout the store.
After starting in his parents' garage and experiencing firsthand the difficulty of starting a small business, Nate Rogers of Badger State Maintenance is housing other entrepreneurs in business incubator buildings on his property.
Blackhawk Community Credit Union has closed on purchase of the former Chase Bank property at 100 W. Milwaukee St. in downtown Janesville. The credit union plans this fall to begin work to restore the bank to its original 1913 look, and it plans to use the inside as the site of its Legacy Center, a museum-like space that will showcase artifacts from Janesville's former General Motors assembly plant.