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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.

A developer confirmed this week that an 8,100-square-foot development in Janesville just west of the Festival Foods supermarket will house a MOD Pizza shop, Kay Jewelers and Stanton Optical.

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Downtown parking is in a serious state of flux amid a storm of major street tear ups and development projects along the riverfront. Business operators in the middle of it all are concerned about what they say is a sudden shortage of parking near their doors.

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South-side barber A.J. Wedding is out to prove that the craft of barbering is not "a hustle," but rather a "profession." He's operating a barber shop with a built-in barber college to give students the skills and knowledge they need to build careers.

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Redevelopment plans unveiled Tuesday show Janesville's former General Motors plant site will rely heavily on an attribute few area industrial sites have: ready-made railroad infrastructure.

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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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Alliant Energy is seeking a conditional-use permit from the town of Beloit to allow a contractor to bring in 80 to 100 goats to graze a weedy area on the power plant property's southeast end off South Walters Road.

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A rollback of tariffs on Canadian newsprint might not reverse harm done to the U.S. newspaper industry, but newspaper officials are feeling a sense of victory—and a promise of relief in coming months.