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Is Janesville due for a hotel overhaul?
Is Janesville due for a hotel overhaul?
Janesville is seeing hotel occupancy rates climb to new highs after a years-long lull. Some hotels here are renovating, and city officials hint that a new hotel development could be in the works.
Evansville woman worked against Nazis, carved out fascinating life
Evansville woman worked against Nazis, carved out fascinating life
As a teenager working in the German Air Force during World War II, Elfriede Eager courageously passed info to the French Resistance after she learned of Nazi atrocities.
Will I-90/39 expansion remain on track?
If all or most of the projects slated in 2017 for the Interstate 90/39 lane expansion make the final cut in the new state budget, the massive mega-project will see its most significant glut of work yet.
From Orlando to Sanibel Island, finding magic in the Florida kingdom
From Orlando to Sanibel Island, finding magic in the Florida kingdom

For more than a moment, I found magic in Orlando.

As I stood in the glow of Cinderella's Castle on a crisp November night, fireworks filled the sky and the songs of childhood pealed when Tinker Bell, a human sprite in bright green tights and...

On a trip home, seeing Guatemala's grit and grandeur
On a trip home, seeing Guatemala's grit and grandeur
Guatemala is full of contrasts: a chaotic center, poverty and misery, as well as beautiful people, historic grandeur and natural splendor.
Hitting the road and slopes on Canada's Powder Highway
Hitting the road and slopes on Canada's Powder Highway
The highway delivers snow-seeking visitors to myriad ski operators in Canada north of the Washington-Idaho border.
Milton's historical landmarks face uncertain futures
Milton's historical landmarks face uncertain futures
Milton House and the former Milton College both find themselves in similar positions—historical city landmarks with fiscal struggles.
Catch cruise deals during 'wave season'
Catch cruise deals during 'wave season'
Never heard of wave season? The “calendar phenomenon,” as one cruise industry executive calls it, is that sweet spot when cruise lines announce their best and broadest offers.
In the wake of Viking explorers, a North Atlantic cruise
In the wake of Viking explorers, a North Atlantic cruise
Looking out over the sea, you can almost see the Viking longboat at sail, far off in the distance. Or that might just be your imagination, teased by the whitecaps and swells, as you trace the route taken a millennium ago by so many intrepid seafarers.
The heat is on, and so is the relaxation, at geothermal baths outside Reykjavik
The heat is on, and so is the relaxation, at geothermal baths outside Reykjavik
The number of people traveling to Iceland has more than doubled in the last six years, according to the Icelandic Tourist Board, and that number continues to increase by more than 20 percent a year.