Understanding the history of Black Hawk can turn the downtown mural from a work of art to an educational tool and conversation starter.
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Now that backyard beekeeping is regulated and allowed, local beekeepers hope Janesville residents welcome bees rather than fear them.
After three straight years of some of the biggest harvests in state history, crop production could take a hit this fall after a cool, wet spring that doesn't seem to end.
Remote control aviation typically focuses on vintage planes, but a fly-in event planned this Saturday will focus more on vintage pilots.
A 303,000-square-foot speculative industrial building is about twice the size of other such facilities recently built in Janesville.
Public speakers at Janesville City Council meetings still can discuss any number of topics during public comment even if they aren’t on the agenda—at least for now.
Historic tax credits help provide financial relief to residential and commercial properties that are undergoing renovations.
Synthetic materials used in modern construction and home furnishings release toxic gases when they burn and are linked to an increased risk of cancer for firefighters.
If the change happens, public comment speakers could only discuss items on that night’s meeting agenda that don’t require a public hearing.
The Monterey Hotel is in “substantial compliance” with a list of required repairs, city officials found during an inspection last week.