For this Progress edition, The Gazette newsroom didn’t need to look hard to find evidence of momentum in southern Wisconsin.
One Rock County Board supervisor believes Janesville’s south side could be home to a new, but smaller, grocery store. However, the timing has to be right, and local officials, developers and residents must decide that they want such a store.
Janesville Craig and Janesville Parker spent 53 years playing football in the Big Eight Conference. That changes this upcoming season with the move to the Badger Large Conference.
Public and private partnerships are changing downtown Janesville, and city leaders are hoping for a bright future.
As SHINE Medical Technologies’ medical radioisotope plant rises from the ground, and crews burrow nuclear accelerator bunkers underground, the high-tech company continues to move quietly toward “the day.”
UW-Whitewater officials said the merger with Rock County’s campus has been going well so far, and they are optimistic about where it will go into the 2020s—once they weather their current budget storm.
With college costs rising, more and more students are looking for ways to get credits early.
At the start of a new decade, Janesville school officials discuss how technology in education has changed over the years and what the next 10 years could look like.
Janesville Mall officials say they want to work with the city to bring the sports complex to the mall in an effort to make the mall an entertainment hub.
In an effort to help all students reach "ready" status, district staff and the school board developed a set of promises or five-year goals. All of them are about getting students prepared, and the district is making progress.
A program at the Rock County Jail aims to keep inmates from returning.
A strong workforce and TIF agreements have made a difference in Janesville and Milton, and the continued growth of Milton's first subdivision in more than a decade has made a big difference there. Both communities expect housing to keep growing.
The Edgerton, Milton and Evansville school districts are in the midst of referendum projects, and their superintendents agree the projects will improve students' education