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Jim Farrell announced Monday he is seeking a third term on the Janesville City Council.
Community Action of Rock and Walworth Counties and Beloit Public Health Initiative offer a free health fair, dinner and talk by Neil Willenson on Tuesday, Dec. 1.
Property owner Jim Grafft has finally moved forward on demolishing the former Jeffris Theater in downtown Janesville, although it took an ultimatum from the city.
Kevin Leavy, the Janesville School District's public information specialist, resigned Monday, Superintendent Karen Schulte said.
The Milton School District has postponed a meeting to unveil results of a facility needs survey after some district residents never received it.
Beloit Town Board members won't say why they voted unanimously Monday to place Town Administrator Brian Wilson on paid administrative leave retroactive to Nov. 24. The leave will be through "Dec. 21 or sooner," according to the motion approved by the board.
Police are looking to find the person that made a bomb threat, leading to the evacuation of the Janesville Mall on Saturday.
The Janesville City Council will host another neighborhood listening session, but residents will not have to attend to ask questions.
Gov. Scott Walker has ordered flags to half staff on Tuesday, in honor of police officer Ryan Copeland, who died last week.
The cost of 10 lords a-leaping increased 3 percent over last year, but nine of the other 12 gifts listed in the carol “The Twelve Days of Christmas” stayed the same price as last year.
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