Elinor and Bob Lorum are doing their parts to keep the fauna around Cedar Crest well fed and happy.
A Janesville man was arrested Sunday night after holding two women he was dating at the same time at gunpoint and shooting at one of them.
ELKHORN--Gateway Technical College and its students added $933.2 million in income to the Gateway Technical College District economy, or about equal to 5.6 percent of the region's gross regional product, a recent economic survey indicated.
LAKE GENEVA--The Geneva Lake Art Association Inc., which has been a mainstay for
the arts community since 1947, will dissolve as of December 31 and reorganize as The Geneva Lake Arts Foundation Inc., as of January 1, 2015.
The GLAA, as it...
MADISON—Local businesses planning on producing, processing or handling Wisconsin-grown food may want to attend the Local Food Business Seminar Series, scheduled between October and March, and featuring seven different topics, including business...
Corn for grain prices have dropped to less than half of what they were last year. Meanwhile, this year's yields are expected to be good in Wisconsin and possibly record-breaking in other areas of the corn belt.
A recent legal decision is likely to significantly change how Wisconsin manages its groundwater and will especially affect the state's sandy counties where powerful wells are irrigating potato fields, servicing giant dairies, and providing water critical for the state's frac sand mining boom.
UW-Whitewater is adding a two-story building to its Martha van Steenderen Softball Complex, 910 W. Schwager Drive.
Once completed, work on the state owned rail line between Janesville and Avalon would allow for safer travel, more efficiency, faster service and an increase in product output, said Ken Lucht, director of government relations for the Wisconsin & Southern Railroad.
Lori and Wade Stottler are among 18 Janesville families that hosting Janesville Jets players. There's always a need for billet families, said Natalie Tobey of the organization.