Oil-producing countries were preparing for a shortage, but when the U.S. waived sanctions on Iranian crude oil, the market suddenly had a surplus. The result: The lower gas prices consumers are seeing now. But no one is sure how long prices will stay low.

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Jim Grafft has signed off on an agreement that he’ll make repairs the city requires to bring the decrepit Monterey Hotel back from the brink of demolition.

When Gale Price attends meetings with local companies, he always approaches new faces and asks them if they’ve found a place to live in Janesville. The answer is usually "no."

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Gazette reporter Neil Johnson set out to find the truth about how holiday toy shopping is shaping up for retailers in a Janesville market without Toys 'R' Us. That mission reminded him that he also needed to track down a pair of superhero action figures for his 4-year-old twin sons.

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SHINE Medical Technologies announced on Thursday afternoon that this week moved the first production accelerator into Building One, its testing, demonstration and staging facility recently completed on Janesville’s far south side.