The wife of a Racine man who “suffered terribly” before dying weeks after a crash at Highway 12 and County N near Whitewater will file a claim for damages, her lawyer said Wednesday.
Rep. Bryan Steil spoke Tuesday with The Gazette Editorial Board.
The first installment on 2019 real estate property taxes is due at the county or local treasurer's office before Jan. 31.
We Energies has made another round of revisions on plans for a pipeline running through Walworth County, and another day of public hearings is scheduled for next month.
The measure the town board is considering shares similarities with a similar draft ordinance the Harmony Town Board is weighing.
Rep. Bryan Steil will hold 1st District listening sessions Friday.
A Janesville family will give land it has farmed for a century to the city in lieu of a six-figure payment for road and sidewalk improvements on Ruger Avenue.
Few people have used the overnight parking lot on Jackson Street since it was moved to the downtown location Nov. 1.
The advisory committee that provides input on liquor licensing in the city of Janesville recommended Friday that The Back Bar's liquor license be suspended.
If you're one of the few homeowners in Janesville with lead pipes leading from your yard to your house, it'll be on you to fix that. But don't fret. State and federal grants will be available to cover part or all of the cost.
Janesville's police chief is calling for a local music venue to lose its liquor license after a shots-fired incident in November.
Real ID is coming, and unless you want to spend a lifetime in line or online, it's best to get it done now.
The city will hire a consultant to help relocate occupants of a downtown apartment building that will be demolished to make way for a new apartment complex.
Incumbents are running unopposed in five of six races for Whitewater City Council and school board seats, and the race for the sixth seat features a former school board member.
Racine native Roger Polack threw his hat into the 1st Congressional District ring Wednesday.
Two newcomers will challenge three incumbents for three seats on the Janesville City Council in April, based on nomination papers filed by Tuesday's deadline.
The commission unanimously approved a conditional-use permit for River Flats, a 92-unit, six-story apartment complex that will offer affordable housing for low- or moderate-income residents.
The Walworth County Board on Dec. 19 selected Mark Luberda, a Williams Bay resident and director of administration for the city of Franklin, to replace Dave Bretl as county administrator.
Hank Brill, who represents District 7, won't run for reelection, the county clerk's office announced.
Data show Rock County has a higher per-capita rate of fatal traffic accidents than other large counties.
The Gazette reached out to community leaders to ask what they think will happen and what they think could happen in the next decade.
All cats and dogs 5 months or older living in the city must be licensed. Pet licenses are available through March 31.
A committee looking at fire and emergency medical services in Walworth County is calling for the creation of a consolidated dispatch center to cover services countywide.
In a recent phenomenon, investors are buying rural homes for the purpose of collecting rent from the state to house sex offenders.
Democrat Angela Cunningham is running for Congress in Wisconsin's 1st Congressional District.
An error on tax bills for Janesville properties in the Milton School District does not impact the amount property owners owe, the city clerk said.
People who haven't visited the Rock County Courthouse since the last time they paid their property taxes face a new entrance and parking situation.
ElectionGuard by Microsoft allows voters to verify that their ballots were counted. The town of Fulton was chosen to test the software and held a mock election Tuesday to try out the process before the February primary.
Demolition of the 119-year-old building began Monday after more than a year of back and forth between the city and the owner, Bruce Monson, over a raze or repair order.
Flexible was the word commissioners and officials involved in planning the redevelopment of the former General Motors assembly plant site used to describe its preliminary development plan, which the commission approved Monday night.
Janesville's most prominent politician has joined a Republican effort to bolster the party's election chances.
The city's updated fair housing code says landlords or property managers cannot deny housing to a people with emotional support animals, even if the property does not allow pets.
City officials believe limiting financial assistance for multifamily housing development to projects that involve the downtown and redeveloped properties will spur interest in areas the city wants to rejuvenate.
The city plans to apply for a $114,229 grant from the Public Service Commission’s Broadband Expansion Grant Program. The grant would cover half the $228,459 price tag to expand fiber-optic infrastructure to an industrial park and the former GM plant site.
The Rock County Board on Thursday night voted against arming the private guards who screen visitors at the courthouse, but they will now consider whether to give the job to armed sheriff's deputies.
Janesville's economic development director wants the city's economy to be "bullet proof" through a recession.
Users of Janesville's trail system clearly want the trails to extend north to Milton, according to results of the city's 2019 trail user survey.
After last winter’s large amount of snow and ice, Rock County this year has upped its early fill of salt.
It has been four years since Whitewater lost Daniels Sentry Foods. Although an official’s resignation in June “hampered” the process to find another grocery store, the city manager said he is “optimistic.”
State Department of Transportation officials didn't make it official Monday, but it appears the Milwaukee Street bridge could open this week to at least one lane of traffic.