Diamond Assets’ revenue has grown by a gaudy 19,780 percent over the last three years, the company reports. It’s been named the seventh fastest-growing private company in America, according to business magazine Inc.’s prestigious "Inc. 5000" list.
Reporter - Business
The new owner of the former Daniels Sentry store says about half of the 49 employees who worked at the store will not be rehired when the store reopens Thursday as an IGA supermarket.
UW-Whitewater officials have announced plans for a developer to break ground on a hotel and university “community engagement center” by this fall.
Scott Reigstad, a spokesman for Alliant Energy, said about 470 residents in Rock County had power knocked out Thursday evening after a storm that packed strong gusts of wind blew southeast through Rock County at about 5 p.m.
Authorities say a worker building a church on Lake Geneva’s east edge was hospitalized with serious injuries after falling 30 feet this afternoon.
Local playwright Jim Lyke taps into the topic of local homelessness in his new play, "There's No Place," which runs Aug 23-26 at the Janesville Performing Arts Center.
Those who knew Janesville business mogul Arthur T. Donaldson remember him as a hard-nosed, tough business negotiator, but a visionary in billboard advertising, and later, tourism.
The DOT says barrier walls it's placing alongside stretches of I-90/39 through Janesville will reduce traffic noise from for nearby homes.
An Edgerton native and lifelong restaurateur is revamping and reopening the Historic Lake House Inn restaurant on Lake Koshkonong's southwest shore. The new owner says he's bringing the 1840s inn back to its former glory as a signature Wisconsin supper club. The place has been shuttered since 2016.