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Janesville City Council stalls on street repair decison
Janesville City Council stalls on street repair decison
Any real plan on how the city of Janesville should pay to fix its ailing streets likely won't come for months—or at least not until the next city council is elected in April.
Widows' support group promotes socialization, friendship and activities in a safe, caring environment
Mercy Hospice Care's monthly Widows' Coffee Support Group, Janesville, reintegrates widows back into the community in a safe, caring and friendly environment.
Police release images of truck that might have been used in Whitewater robbery
Police release images of truck that might have been used in Whitewater robbery
Whitewater police released images of a pickup truck that might have been used in a Whitewater credit union robbery Jan. 21.
The check's in the mail: Postal delays concern Rock County treasurer
The postal service instituted new standards earlier this month that result in an average increase in the time it takes to deliver first-class mail from 1.8 days to 2.1 days.
Sex offender being released in Rock County
A convicted sex offender is being placed at Rock County Community Programs in the town of Rock south of Janesville.
Matt Kealy stepping down from Janesville City Council
Council member Matt Kealy's last day as a Janesville City Council member is Thursday.
UW-Rock, UW-Whitewater officials wary of cuts
UW-Rock, UW-Whitewater officials wary of cuts
UW-Rock County Dean Carmen Wilson said it's difficult to say how changes for the University of Wisconsin System proposed by Gov. Scott Walker would affect the school.
Beloit Turner considers revised lunch policy
A proposed change to the Beloit Turner School District's lunch policy is intended to save taxpayer money and prevent another case like the one that ended up in court last year after two graduating siblings owed a combined $800 in overdue lunch fees, an administrator said.
Walker proposes 13 percent cut, more freedom for UW System
Walker proposes 13 percent cut, more freedom for UW System
The University of Wisconsin System will be given more autonomy, while having its state funding slashed by 13 percent over the next two years, under the budget Gov. Scott Walker will submit to the Legislature next week.
Beloit Turner retiree Mike Kolff named interim Delavan-Darien principal
Retired Beloit Turner High School principal Mike Kolff will serve as interim principal at Delavan-Darien High School through the remainder of the school year, Superintendent Robert Crist announced Monday.

Local

College officials wary of state cuts
Postal delays concern treasurer
Turner considers revised lunch policy
Sex offfender released locally
Vehicle in bank robbery ID'd

Crime

Whitewater police looking for pickup in connecton with robbery
HIV a question in murder case
Whitewater police looking for bank robbery suspect
Police searching for Whitewater robber
Police connect two home invasions

Public Record

Public Record for Jan. 27, 2015
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