Call it the Janesville question with no subject, or the referendum that's uncertain of its own purpose.
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.
The Republican candidate will be at the Java House, 1101 1st Center Ave., from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m., Tuesday, Oct. 7.
The identity of the woman whose body was found in a burning car in Janesville last week remains a question mark.
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Janesville's First Baptist Church will celebrate its 170th anniversary on Sunday, Oct. 5, with worship, a pig roast and a bluegrass concert.
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.
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.
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.
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.