Sherry Thurner, whose life touched many people in the Janesville area, recently died of cancer.
After identifying housing for Mark Taber, the 980 Temporary Committee tasked with finding housing for sexually violent offenders will have to place another man who will soon be released from treatment.
Multiple police agencies collaborated in a sting based at a Janesville hotel Wednesday.
Rock County emergency officials responded to a crash at 1:21 p.m. Thursday at Dodge and Jackson streets in Janesville.
Curb and gutter replacement work kicks off Monday, March 25, and is expected to last until April 30, according to a city news release.
PParts of Greendale and Somerset drives will close starting at 8 a.m. Monday, March 25, for utility improvements.
Badgerland Disposal's planned recycling facility in Milton is expected to bring about 30 jobs in its first year, regional manager Dustin Reynolds said.
Milton School District officials have heard a number of rumors about the upcoming referendum that staff wants to debunk.
A rural Edgerton man was charged with fourth-offense intoxicated driving in Rock County Court this week.
A town of Delavan man charged with fatally stabbing his wife, who had recently filed for divorce, is competent to proceed with his case, his lawyer said Wednesday in Walworth County Court.
The United Way Blackhawk Region will give ECHO a $40,000 grant to hire a full-time staff member to help people facing homelessness, according to a news release.
Searches of students Thursday are the result of a bomb threat.
On Saturday, the Clinton post is hosting an open house at 508 Front St. to celebrate the 100th birthday of the founding of the American Legion.
County board members were split last week on whether to form the employee-led committee, with spirited discussion lasting for about an hour.
Part of Main Street will close for sanitary sewer rehabilitation work starting Thursday, March 21.
The Rock County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday issued a slow/no wake order for the entire Rock River.
Obesity, sexually transmitted infections and smoking remain some of the county's top health concerns based on data from the 2019 County Health Rankings and Roadmaps
The 1st Congressional District's new representative has an idea that would put an end to governmental shutdowns.
City officials have determined David Lader did not provide sufficient facts in his ethics complaint against the mayor for officials to determine if a violation could have happened.
A Lake Geneva man who was involved in an accident was charged with fifth-offense intoxicated driving, according to a criminal complaint filed in Walworth County Court.
On Monday, members of the Janesville School Board's Policy Personnel and Curriculum Committee considered pay for school board members.
The Janesville School District wants to hire a coordinator of athletics, health, physical education and recreation. The new position, which must be approved by the school board, somewhat resembles an athletic director.
Grants from the state Department of Natural Resources are paying for nearly 75 percent of the Monterey Dam removal and shoreline restoration project.
While family members and friends distinguished between “Sober Dave” and “Drunk Dave,” an Elkhorn man who was a combat medic in the military was sentenced to nine years in prison for his 10th intoxicated-driving arrest.
A Madison man faces felony charges after being accused of driving into a pickup truck, forcing it off Interstate 90/39 in Janesville on Saturday night.
All southbound lanes and the left northbound lane of Center Avenue are blocked because of a traffic incident with a semitrailer truck.
A communications coordinator position created but never filled by the Milton School District was the root of confusion surrounding stipends given to three district employees in November, according to a report written by an attorney hired by the school district and released Monday.
Sharon Road is closed until 5 p.m. Monday from Palmer Driver to Todd Drive.
Henry Schoeberle ran downtown Janesville's last grocery store--at least until La Esquinita Mexican Grocery and Restaurant arrived at 401 W. Milwaukee St. in 2000.
The 12 & 12 Drop In Center on Delavan Drive helps about 2,000 people each year recovering from addiction, but many still think of the building as a strip club.
St. Patrick's Day revelers enjoyed green beer and each others' company Saturday during the first day of Trinity Fest in downtown Janesville.
Included in Gov. Tony Evers’ new budget is a proposal to start planning for renovations and an addition to Winther Hall at UW-Whitewater—with project completion planned for December 2025.
The baseball diamond outside Parkview Elementary School was inundated Friday afternoon with students running, screaming and barking in anticipation of the first annual "ikidarod."