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Trend toward convergence: State chambers see strength in joining forces
Trend toward convergence: State chambers see strength in joining forces
Forward Janesville President John Beckord said a serious shift to area chambers forming into larger federations might be on the horizon.
Madison man dies in town of La Grange accident
A 58-year-old Madison man died in an single-car crash in the town of La Grange.
Beloit to welcome $52 million plant, 140 jobs
A Georgia-based recycling and packaging company plans to build a $52 million manufacturing in Rock County that will employ 140 people.
Milton Middle School shatters shoe donation goal for week of 'Acts of Kindness'
Milton Middle School shatters shoe donation goal for week of 'Acts of Kindness'
6,000 pairs of shoes in 15 days. That's how many shoes were collected by students and staff at Milton Middle School for the “Think Kindness” 15-day challenge.
Little local impact expected from Medicaid fee cuts
Little local impact expected from Medicaid fee cuts
To improve access for the poor, President Obama's Affordable Care Act increased Medicaid fees for frontline primary care doctors for two years, 2013 and 2014, with Washington paying the full cost.
Two injured in town of Troy crash
A portion of Highway 20 in the town of Troy was closed for almost six hours Thursday after a crash involving a semitrailer truck.
City could trim lanes on more of Milwaukee Street
The city of Janesville is considering ditching a four-lane system in favor of two lanes on another stretch of East Milwaukee Street, and it wants residents' opinions.
Beloit College named value school by finance magazine
Beloit College has been named a "Best College Values" school by Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine.
Carla Quirk takes out papers for Janesville School Board
Janesville resident Carla Quirk is the latest person to sign a declaration of candidacy for the Janesville School Board.
United Way Blackhawk Region announces 2015 allocations
United Way Blackhawk Region plans to allocate $1.95 million in funding in 2015 to 103 health and human services programs led by 42 nonprofit organizations.