Leif Erikson Day and Columbus Day are both on their way, and both could use some modification, community blogger John W. Eyster writes.
A heroin epidemic has been sweeping the nation, and small Wisconsin towns are no exception, community blogger John W. Eyster writes.
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.
Community blogger Steve Knox unintentionally irritated some readers recently with his suggestion that the Janesville Senior Center needs a better name. What do you think?
Steve thinks it's time for quality of life activities in Janesville to go front-and-center.
The Janesville Hall of Fame honors many worthy athletes. But there are several important names missing, blogger Steve Knox writes. Here are four great choices for the future.
Video blogger Glen Loyd offers viewers an autumn poem alongside his ode to the Rock River this week.
Video blogger Glen Loyd offers viewers a look at the changing colors of nature. Along the way, a puffball demonstrates its namesake.
Video blogger Glen Loyd offers viewers a look at last weekend's Irish Fest in downtown Janesville. Along the way, one band's song resonates with the blogger.
Community blogger James Martin has long considered writing about Common Core education standards, but he stayed mute—until now.
Gardeners can be a kind bunch, garden blogger Janice Peterson writes. For evidence, just read these eight tales of gardening grace.
Fall is here and with it comes an abundance of leaves. Here are five useful things to do with them from garden blogger Janice Peterson.
Healthy tomatoes, diseased impatiens and an abundance of bumblebees are among the highlights of Janice Peterson's garden this summer. How did your efforts do?
Winter is coming, and with it, the potential for lower egg production. Luckily, it's easy and cheap to fix by adding lights to your coop, poultry blogger Dale Wheelock 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.