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Referendum question seeking money for street repair doesn't spell out what the money is for
Call it the Janesville question with no subject, or the referendum that's uncertain of its own purpose.
Website puts Dick's, Gordmans at Janesville Mall
Website puts Dick's, Gordmans at Janesville Mall
A plan loaded onto the website of CBL & Associates on Monday showed Dick's and Gordmans sharing the 140,000-square-foot space that JCPenney vacated at the Janesville Mall.
Senate candidate Fitzgerald plans Brodhead stop
The Republican candidate will be at the Java House, 1101 1st Center Ave., from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m., Tuesday, Oct. 7.
Woman who died in burning car still not identified
The identity of the woman whose body was found in a burning car in Janesville last week remains a question mark.
10 Things to Know for Sept. 29: Pro-democracy rallies spread in Hong Kong
10 Things to Know for Sept. 29: Pro-democracy rallies spread in Hong Kong
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today.
'A remarkable blessing': Janesville's First Baptist celebrates 170 years
'A remarkable blessing': Janesville's First Baptist celebrates 170 years
Janesville's First Baptist Church will celebrate its 170th anniversary on Sunday, Oct. 5, with worship, a pig roast and a bluegrass concert.
Parkview faces budget deficit despite referendum
This year's tax bill in the Parkview School District will be the first since voters in April approved two referendums, resulting in a nearly 35-percent increase in the tax rate under the proposed budget.
Lawsuit against Hufcor subsidiary alleges retaliation against employee
A former employee of Hufcor subsidiary Total Quality Plastics was sexually harassed for three years, was retaliated against when she complained and then was fired, according to a lawsuit filed in federal court.
Elkhorn City Council votes to move forward with ordinance restricting where sex offenders live
Elkhorn City Council votes to move forward with ordinance restricting where sex offenders live
The Elkhorn City Council voted 4-3 Monday to move forward in the process of approving an ordinance that would restrict where sex offenders could live.
Trial begins for man accused of attacking deputies
Trial begins for man accused of attacking deputies
Attorneys made opening arguments Monday in the case involving Daniel White, a Sugar Creek man accused of attacking Walworth County deputies. White claims he is the victim of police brutality.

Local

DDSD referendum information sessions scheduled
Ryan's book caught in retail dispute
The referendum of what?
Hendricks buys Beloit country club
Man accused of sexual assault

Crime

Janitor pleads guilty to assaulting student
Sex offender rule survives vote
Opinions vary on sex offender ordinance
Two ID'd in burglary of Liquor Cabinet
Arrest made in armed domestic case

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