While ALS is raising boatloads of cash through its “Ice Bucket Challenge,” cancer seems to be affecting more and more people I know these days.
Those email spammers are nothing if not persistent. They consume part of my every work day.
For this summer's Ontario trip, I packed something more than my 35 mm camera—a small video recorder. Check out the results.
The National Guard recently posted some interesting advice for soldiers.
A local school on Wednesday posted on Twitter definitions of rude behavior, mean behavior and bullying.
What's the correct way to write? It depends.
Gazette sports editor Eric Schmoldt and sports reporter John Barry break down this week's matchups and the upcoming season in high school football.
Six-word previews for all 20 teams in the Premier League, plus relegation and Champions League predictions.
San Jose Sharks star Joe Pavelski, a part owner in the Janesville Jets, was in town this week.
Big Eight football predictions, trolling motor tips and a look at a bloody summer for Beloit are the topics of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week or so.
A dip in speeding tickets, a modern take on 1800s baseball and paying for I-90/39 are the subjects of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week or so.
An electric police bike, a massive stained-glass project and a local woman's bucket list are the topics of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week or so.
Community blogger John W. Eyster considers the loss of war reporter and Marquette University alumnus James Foley, who was murdered by members of an Islamic State extremist group.
For community blogger John W. Eyster, the Democratic primary for the 15th state Senate race comes down to two choices. But which one deserves his vote?
Community blogger John W. Eyster is against Blackhawk Technical College's $4 million referendum. Here's why.
Community blogger Steve Knox commends three Janesvillians who are making the city a better place.
Community blogger Steve Knox reminisces about the evolution of Freedom Fest and offers readers a preview of what to expect this year.
Wisconsin outdoors writer Bill Stokes reads more from "The River is Us," his book detailing his trip down the Rock River.
In video two of blogger Glen Loyd's chat with Wisconsin's Bill Stokes, the 82-year-old author talks about the beauty he found on the Rock River.
The Rock River long ago caught the eye of famous outdoors writer Bill Stokes. In the first of a series of conversations, blogger Glen Loyd talks with the Wisconsin author and columnist about his home in Mazomanie.
It has been said that to leave a gang you must be beaten out. In order to leave the mafia you get a new set of designer shoes and a short one way boat trip. There is allegedly a hotel in California where once you check-in you can never check out.
The Congregation of The Great Spirit in Milwaukee mixes Catholicism and the traditions, language and culture of the Native American community, blogger James Martin writes.
The Thomas Jefferson garden at Rotary Botanical Gardens has proven popular. Here's a look at community blogger Janice Peterson's favorite plants in the display.
There are two kinds of gardeners, blogger Janice Peterson writes. Planners create a well thought-out design and execute according to plans. Ploppers randomly throw plants in the ground. What kind are you?
Though this summer has been a temperate one, many plants need dog days to thrive, garden blogger Janice Peterson writes.
Is your hen acting strangely? Making funny noises? Pecking at your hand? You probably have a broody hen, blogger Dale Wheelock writes. Here's how to turn that into an advantage.
What does it take to raise an award-winning bird? Beth Tallon follows her father, poultry blogger Dale Wheelock, at the Rock County 4-H Fair to find out.
Community blogger Dale Wheelock offers some handy tips for finding and formulating feed for your fowl.