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.
Every winter, Ava Wawroski makes cards for people who are admitted to a Janesville hospital over the holidays.
The measure the town board is considering shares similarities with a similar draft ordinance the Harmony Town Board is weighing.
Officials from four Rock County fire departments think breaking down borders between communities will save lives.
Rep. Bryan Steil will hold 1st District listening sessions Friday.
All lanes are blocked on Highway 11 at South Wuthering Hills Drive because of a crash, according to a state Department of Transportation news release.
Comedian Colin Mochrie and master hypnotist Asad Mecci team to bring "HYPROV: Improv Under Hypnosis" to the Janesville Performing Arts Center's annual gala on Saturday, May 2.
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.
Even as the Green Bay Packers were losing Sunday night's NFC Championship game, their fans at Legends tavern in downtown Janesville never gave up hope.
Ron Piening completed a conservation easement for the 556-acre property he owns about 4 miles northwest of Delavan, hoping to preserve the area he has worked on for more than 50 years.
Few people have used the overnight parking lot on Jackson Street since it was moved to the downtown location Nov. 1.
Local law enforcement and fire personnel will undergo Rescue Task Force training on the Blackhawk Technical College campus Monday to practice responding to ongoing ballistic or explosive threats.
When temperatures fall below zero, GIFTS Men's Shelter will allow homeless Rock County families to stay at the shelter. Those staying overnight also will receive free meals.
The Rock County Homeless Intervention Task Force identified priorities for 2020 at its annual meeting Friday. They will guide the task force as it applies for grants.
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.
Owners of the long-defunct Monterey Hotel are working with a Milwaukee-based developer to turn the old hotel into an apartment complex.
A Walworth County judge agreed Friday to make a UW-Whitewater student eligible for expungement after the student argued that his conviction would negatively affect his future, particularly as a person of color.
Marcus Sevilla beat a man—nearly to death—with a baseball bat, but at his sentencing Friday both sides disagreed about how the incident and Sevilla were characterized. A judge still ordered him to prison.
Municipalities prepare for the storm; dangerous driving conditions predicted.
Highway 11 was closed west of Janesville on Friday morning.
Dottie Reitzel, 74, has worked tirelessly to help elderly and disabled residents in Rock County.
Glen K. Szerkins was very sick before he died in 2018 when his nephew Michael delivered alprazolam to him. Given Michael’s favorable reviews as a worker, a judge sentenced him to probation for the delivery.
The Rock County Agricultural Fund is accepting grant applications for its annual grant cycle.
Beloit trash and recycling collection will be delayed by one day following Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday.
A Lake Geneva man was charged Wednesday with driving under the influence and dragging for 20 to 30 feet a police sergeant who tried to stop his car, according to a criminal complaint.
A Walworth County judge did not believe a woman was truthful about the meth cook found in her Delavan apartment that led to the building being condemned, so he sent her to prison.
Janesville Mobilizing 4 Change believes teaching people how to detect toxic relationships could reduce the number of sexually violent offenses in Rock County.
A new bicycle and multisport shop on Janesville’s east side is pushing the pedals, shaking a leg and backstroking into the new year.
Shawn Lerch started his health care career in Blackhawk Technical College's physical therapy assistant program.
An investigation “did not establish” that the driver was using a cellphone, impaired by drugs or alcohol, “or was distracted in any other manner” at the time of the accident, Police Chief Aaron Raap said.
A Milton High School teacher who is retiring after being convicted of defecating in a public park has been on paid leave since Nov. 25, according to school district documents.
Since it started nine years ago, the VetsRoll Meat Raffle has raised more than $200,000 for VetsRoll, thanks to Orfordville American Legion Post 209, the Footville Patriot Days Committee and Friends of the late Cpl. Ben Neal.
Longtime jail chaplain Iris Guelker will be honored at funeral services Saturday for her service to the community.
The general store at 9413 County H, Edgerton, has been a learning experience for its new owners, but they say they're enjoying the learning curve.
The ordinance would align the town with state statutes that prevent placement of offenders within 1,500 feet of areas that children frequent such as parks, libraries, churches and schools.
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.
In a video the Lakeland Animal Shelter shared Friday, Dexter, a Dachshund, and Berry, a Doxie Chin mix, are seen energetically wagging their tails, bouncing around with toys and getting belly rubs.
Real ID is coming, and unless you want to spend a lifetime in line or online, it's best to get it done now.
Mark Dwyer spent 20 years as the horticultural director at Rotary Botanical Gardens. Now he has created a new career doing what he loves best.