City officials are still negotiating a contract with Bjoin Limestone to complete restoration work in the Monterey lagoon, much of which is under water thanks to recent rains.
The U.S. economy remains on solid footing, although the Midwest economy is not keeping up with the pace of national economic growth, said William Strauss, a senior economist and adviser with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.
A process is underway to transform Milton's former Print Max building into a training facility for apprentice roofers and waterproofers.
Property evaluators will visit about 2,200 businesses and houses with the goal of getting a more accurate picture of property values, City Administrator Ian Rigg said.
The city of Edgerton hopes to redevelop the property after the 90-year-old building is leveled.
Local legislators recognized a Walworth County sheriff’s deputy and the town of Linn police chief as their respective district’s first responders of the year.
A plan for south side apartments has been approved after more than a year of conversations between the city and a developer.
Eager for new listening material while making your daily commute? Two Milton podcast teams hope you’ll give their programs a try.
The onslaught of snow Janesville experienced early this year ate up 98% of the city's snow removal budget, according to city officials.
Milton officials hope they have solved semitrailer truck parking issues in the city after months of evaluation, investigation and meetings.
The Rock County Board is looking for someone to take over the District 28 supervisor seat currently held by Kara Hawes.
State DOT officials Monday updated Whitewater residents on the work that has been done to make a dangerous Highway 12 intersection safer. But residents argued that more must be done to save lives.
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.
The Walworth County Department of Health and Human Services will move to its newly constructed building Dec. 7, county officials announced Friday.
The Wisconsin Elections Commission has dismissed a complaint against the Janesville city manager and unnamed members of the city council.
The city's assessed value increased by about $1 billion after last year's revaluation process. But what does that mean for taxpayers?
The city of Janesville will shell out $6,800 to settle a claim after a Janesville police sergeant rear-ended a Clinton teen's vehicle last summer.
Gov. Tony Evers on Tuesday announced the first increase in the number of local prosecutors in more than 10 years.
Rep. Bryan Steil on Tuesday announced an award to honor a military veteran who lives in the 1st Congressional District.
David Bretl said he has tried to effect change during his 18 years as the top administrator in Walworth County government. Now, change is coming for him.
Rep. Amy Loudenbeck declined on Thursday to discuss the dispute between the committee she serves on and the state's attorney general.
The future of Rock Haven, Rock County's nursing home, could be in the crosshairs if county officials create a new committee to study it.
Property owners in Janesville's central business district have a new option for generating revenue after the city council approved an ordinance to allow first floor downtown apartments.
A Janesville developer has a plan to bring more apartments to the city's south side, although it comes more than a year after the city gave him the OK for construction.
Janesville Water Utility customers will pay higher water bills by the end of the year so the city can slowly replace its water mains, some of which are more than 100 years old.
A woman who runs a horse-rescue operation in the town of Janesville was given an extension on a deadline to reduce her horse population.
A new statewide housing report shows that even the fastest-growing communities in Wisconsin can’t keep up with the demand for new housing. As it turns out, Janesville and Beloit likely are the most strained cities in Wisconsin.
The South Beloit City Council has approved a cannabis tax ordinance to prepare for businesses that sell the drug under lllinois' new recreational marijuana law.
Janesville City Council meeting attendees won't see changes to public comment, at least for now.
Elkhorn police are investigating a “large gas spill from a vehicle” in the city’s downtown, the department posted on Facebook on Wednesday afternoon.
Janesville's Alcohol License Advisory Committee recommends the city council allow movie theaters to apply for liquor licenses. That moves forward an effort by Sarah Lehr, general manager of Wildwood Theatres Movies 16, to sell alcohol.
The decision from Elkhorn city officials that the community needs a new City Hall has been pretty apparent for a while, and it appears the choice for a location has now become clear, too.
Janesville police officers will go undercover to spot motorists who fail to stop for pedestrians starting Friday.
Whitewater is adding three outdoor warning sirens and testing them this week to provide overlapping coverage to its “existing aging siren system,” city officials announced Monday.
A new tax increment financing district will assist a proposed 115-unit multifamily development on the former youth baseball diamonds on Woodman Road.
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.
Gov. Tony Evers signed an executive order to re-create the state Criminal Justice Coordinating Council.
The school district will use its employees to replace city-hired crossing guards at six locations when school resumes Sept. 3.
A proposed ordinance before the Milton City Council would change the wording in a previous ordinance to prohibit the parking of semitrailer trucks on city streets as a safety measure.
The owner of the Monterey Hotel has made enough progress on repairs to the hotel that the city will let him keep working through September.
Following messages of urgency from Whitewater officials and community members, the state Department of Transportation has started work on a Highway 12 intersection that has seen two serious accidents this month.
Neighbors are questioning whether a "sexually violent person" should have moved into their neighborhood south of Edgerton on Monday.
An ordinance that would allow first-floor apartments in downtown Janesville got a thumbs-up from the city plan commission Monday.
The Elkhorn City Council denied a request to establish a domestic violence shelter in the city’s downtown over measurement and zoning details during a standing-room-only meeting Monday.