Lawmakers are considering a bill that would end the requirement that school districts teach at least 180 days a year or lose state funding. Do you like this idea?
Days like this make me think about getting out the bicycle. Some people, however, have been pedaling all winter.
This Sunday, we “spring forward.” But it's not just your clocks you should be thinking about.
Cellphone apps and sexting are new terms with which we grapple.
Word Badger takes a look at one of those words that is so over-used that it has lost its meaning.
Word Badger gets in the Wisconsin Christmas mood.
With the MLB season right around the corner, how will you treat Braun, and any gear of his you might own, as he returns from his suspension?
Results on Friday and Saturday made my regional bracket predictions look ugly.
Is it possible to predict how each area boys basketball team will be seeded in the WIAA tournament after this weekend's seed meetings? Probably not, but I'll try anyway.
Wisconsin's syrup harvest, the Janesville police no-serve list and a shortage of .22-caliber ammunition are the topics of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week or so.
A Janesville art studio, the probable end of AirFest and a snowy owl invasion make up the subjects of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week or so.
Local crime statistics, the role of gravel in an industrial park plan and a 1950s all-terrain vehicle are the topics of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week or so.